Basmati Rice Calories and Nutrition Values
After maize, rice is the highest produced grain in the world. Rice is high in carbohydrates, a great energy source. Rice as we know contains all the amino acids needed for building and maintaining muscle tissue. Rice is one of the easiest food to digest. Rice has all the characteristic benefits of a grain. Rice is a good source of minerals, vitamins and fibre. 4 oz (115 g) of rice contains 458 calories, it is low in sugar and has no cholesterol.Read More
30 oz (850g) Kidney or Red Beans (2 Cans) 1 Small Onion 3-4 Lemons Salt 3 Tbsp Olive Oil 2 Bunch Parsley PREPARATIONS: 1- Mince the parsley. 2- Pre-cook the kidney or red beans or use their canned product. 3- Dice a small onion. DIRECTIONS: 1- Put the parsley in a large bowl. 2- Add the beans, sliced onions, salt (as needed). 3- Squeeze the lemons on top of all and pour the olive oil. 4- Mix thoroughly.Read More
- 1 lb (453g) Ground Beef
- 1 Large Potato
- 2 Medium Garlic Cloves
- 1 Small Onion
- Persian Spice (Advieh Shami)
- Ground Chili Pepper, Black Pepper Powder, Turmeric, Salt
1- Grate the onion.
2- Grate the garlic cloves.
3- Grate the potatoes.
1- In a big bowl, combine the grated onions, garlic cloves and potatoes.
2- Add the ground beef and sprinkle Persian spice mix, ground chili pepper, black pepper powder, turmeric and salt and mix thoroughly until well combined.
3- Take a fist full of the mixture and flatten the patties (using the palm of hand).
4- Fry the beef patties in vegetable oils and flip for both sided to fry.
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