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Is the nutritional value of frozen food intact?

by Rahul Yadav Blogger

When it comes to serving or preparing a quick meal, nothing beats frozen food. Stocking up frozen food saves a lot of money, easy to make and on top of that, they fit into the freezer nicely.


One of the myths about frozen food is that they are not healthy as they lose their nutrition. Let’s just burst this myth of yours. The act of freezing something neither adds the nutritional value nor decreases it. The nutritional value of any food depends on the nutritional content it carries, freezing it doesn't have to do anything with it.

Freezing doesn’t change the amount of fat, protein, sodium or sugar either. Living out of your homes might make you crave for home-made food, and this is when frozen food helps to save you from this hustle. Haldiram’s is the one stop shop for the best-frozen food - and it tastes homelike.

Here are some of the Haldiram frozen food with their nutritional values:

Paneer Tikka Masala
Paneer Tikka Masala, a marinated cottage cheese grilled with perfection in spicy gravy which melts in the mouth. The burnt taste of paneer marinated in curd and spices gives it a delighting flavour.


Nutrition

Quantity

Sodium

600mg

Carbohydrates

12g

Fiber

1g

Protein

7g


Phulka Roti:
A tender and delicious griddle bread from Central India which is similar to pita bread is known as roti. It is cooked on traditional Indian roti griddle called “tava”. The nutritional values of frozen rotis are listen down below.

Nutrition

Quantity

Sodium

25mg

Carbohydrates

15g

Fiber

2g

Protein

3g


Palak Paneer
A delicious Indian dish, cooked with cheese and spinach. It is generally served with roti, but you can also mix it with rice and add some chopped green chillies to the mixture to give it a spicy touch. To make it vegan, you can use tofu instead of paneer.The nutritional values of frozen palak paneer are listen down below.

Nutrition

Quantity

Sodium

570mg

Carbohydrates

8g

Fiber

2g

Protein

7g

Vitamin A

6%

Vitamin C

25%

Calcium

15%

Iron

50%


Dal Makhni
Dal Makhani is an authentic North Indian recipe, popularly a Punjabi dish. Every Indian restaurant undeniably serves it. This dish takes a lot of time and efforts to prepare. It is made with lentils, red kidney beans, cream and butter, and is undoubtedly everyone's favourite when it comes to dining out. This version is vibrant, but you can leave out the cream to make it lighter. Kasuri methi (fenugreek leaves) is almost impossible to find in the U.S., even in NYC, but it gives this dish something extraordinary. To get the same flavour of the dish in the USA, it’s better to go for Haldiram’s minute khana. It is generally served with rice or roti.

Nutrition

Quantity

Sodium

510mg

Carbohydrates

16g

Fiber

2g

Protein

6g

Vitamin A

4%

Calcium

4%

Iron

6%


Hope through this article helped you in clearing your myths about frozen food and now you can easily go for frozen food without giving it a second thought.


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