• med fat 3.06g 3.06%
  • med sat fat 0.80g 0.80%
  • med salt 171.54mg 0.17%
  • low sugar 1.34g 1.34%
*As guideline of daily recommended intake per 100g

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Ingredients:

Dressing

Cooking method:

  1. Combine chicken, cucumber, capsicum, tomato and corn.
  2. Placed rice on a shallow dish and sprinkle generously with chives or dill.
  3. Top with chicken mixture.
  4. Pour dressing over top.

Nutritional information:

Average quantity per Serving
Average quantity per 100g
Weight (g)
460.78g
100.00g
Energy (kJ)
2453.70kJ
532.52kJ
Protein (g)
48.28g
10.48g
Total fat (g)
14.08g
3.06g
- Saturated fat (g)
3.68g
0.80g
- Polyunsaturated fat (g)
2.18g
0.47g
- Monounsaturated fat (g)
6.22g
1.35g
Cholesterol (mg)
124.08mg
26.93mg
Carbohydrate-available (g)
63.32g
13.74g
CarbohydrateSE (g)
63.27g
13.73g
- Sugars (g)
6.17g
1.34g
Water (g)
325.60g
70.66g
Dietary fibre (g)
4.43g
0.96g
Thiamin (mg)
0.26mg
0.06mg
Riboflavin (mg)
0.27mg
0.06mg
Niacin (mg)
12.01mg
2.61mg
Niacin equivalents (mg)
22.53mg
4.89mg
Vitamin C (mg)
36.31mg
7.88mg
Total folate (ug)
53.35ug
11.58ug
Total vitamin A equivalents (ug)
61.11ug
13.26ug
Retinol (ug)
30.19ug
6.55ug
Beta carotene equivalents (ug)
184.38ug
40.02ug
Sodium (mg)
790.41mg
171.54mg
Potassium (mg)
795.41mg
172.62mg
Magnesium (mg)
99.32mg
21.55mg
Calcium (mg)
40.09mg
8.70mg
Phosphorus (mg)
624.14mg
135.45mg
Iron (mg)
2.67mg
0.58mg
Zinc (mg)
3.08mg
0.67mg

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