by @ritikakitchen08
Chicken tikka in pan / chicken tikka masala by Ritika'skitchenIf you like Indian food and you have fresh chicken or cooked leftover chicken on hand, you can make chicken tikka masala. This savory Indian dish has a tomato-based sauce and traditional Indian spices and spice blends such as coriander, cumin and garam masala. The precise nutrition information depends on the recipe you use to make it. Consider the Effect on Your Cholesterol Levels A serving of chicken tikka masala contains 53 grams of fat, or 81 percent of the daily value based on a 2,000-calorie diet. Saturated fat can increase your risk for heart disease and raise your cholesterol levels, and each serving of chicken tikka masala contains 28 grams of saturated fat, or 138 percent of the daily value. Dietary cholesterol can also raise your cholesterol levels, and chicken tikka masala contains 230 milligrams of cholesterol per serving. The maximum recommended daily consumption of cholesterol is 300 milligrams for healthy adults. - The main ingredient being chicken has its health advantages. chicken is rich in protein. - It is also lean in saturated fat while there is an adequate amount of selenium, zinc, phosphorus, and vitamins. - It also contains various amino acids which are necessary for the human body. - There are also various diseases that can you can get infected with such as tapeworm infection and food poisoning if you consumed infected chicken. The condition can be highly serious and can be fatal too. It is highly recommended to everyone that they should always go for chicken or other meat products from FSSAI certified vendors such as Zappfreshand Bigbasket. There are some good local stores that are certified too but we all know how easy is to manipulate the system in India. But in the case Of big brands, they can't do the same as there will be serious consequences faced by them. Bread gulab jamun - Masala egg curry - Tawa pizza - #chickentikka #chicken #tikkamasala #chickentikkamasala #chickentikkainpan