Shirmal Bread Calories & Nutrition Values
Shirmal or Sheermal is a traditional saffron flavored bread. It is still very popular in Iran, Pakistan and india. One serving (100g) Shirmal has 361 calories (143 calories from fat), 15.9 total fat (3.4g Saturated Fat) and 43mg cholesterol. Shirmal or Sheermal is a good source of energy. 3.5 oz of sheermal has 7.7g protein. It contains 16 percent iron but doesn't have consider amount of vitamins. One Serving of sheermal contains 46.5g carbohydrates and 1.6g dietary fiber and 5.8g sugar.Read More
1 Bunch Watercress Or Persian Watercress (Shahee) 1/4 Cup Sesame Seeds 3 Cucumbers 1 Avocado Olive Oil (Approx. 2 Tbsp) Rice Vinegar (Approx. 1 Tbsp) Salt, Black Pepper PREPARATIONS: 1- Mince the watercress. 2- Dice the cucumbers and avocado. 3- Roast the sesame seeds. DIRECTIONS: 1- Place the diced cucumbers and avocado into a large bowl. 2- Add roasted sesame seeds to the bowl. (Allow few minutes for the sesame seeds to cool down before adding to the bowl). 3- Add the minced watercress to the bowl. 4- Add salt, black pepper, olive oil, rice vinegar and stir thoroughly.Read More
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