Cabbage Red – Exotic – 250 gCabbage Red – Exotic – 250 g
Red cabbage is a vegetable packed with goodness. These are red, round, layered, leafy vegetables that are similar to the common green cabbage. Their leaves are smooth and ribbed and have a mild peppery taste. 100 grams of red cabbage contains just 30 calories.
#Rich in Vitamins
#Has Cholestral reducing Properties
Fresh Broccoli, 1 pc (Approx. 250g-500g)Fresh Broccoli, 1 pc (Approx. 250g-500g)
With a shape resembling that of a cauliflower, Brocollis have clusters of small, tight flower heads. These heads turn bright green on cooking and tastes slightly bitter.
Contains Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Carotinoids, Vitamin B6, Potassium.Vitamin A- Good for eyes. Vitamin C- Improves immunity, skin and hair health. Potassium- helps improving digestive system.
Tomato Cherry Red – Exotic – 150 gTomato Cherry Red – Exotic – 150 g
Cherry tomatoes are a small variety of the regular tomato and are normally less acidic making them sweeter than larger tomatoes. Although usually yellow, red and green varieties also exist, and create a colorful addition to salads. They are halved or as a complete used in salads or as garnish. Also, it can be cooked with herbs to create immense side dishes. It is used in numerous Italian and continental recepies.
#Rich source in Vitamins
#Help to reduce Cholestral
Zucchini is a long, slender, cucumber like green vegetable that is also called squash. The green variant has a firm flesh and a mild flavour.
Advisable to store Zucchini in perforated plastic bags inside a refrigerator drawer. Try not to keep this fruit stored for more than 3 days in the fridge as it can get damaged in overly cold temperatures.
It can be lightly cooked and consumed with the peel as it contains beta-carotene and lutein. Chopped/ sliced zucchinis sauted in olive oil and sesame seeds make a tasty side dish. Chop it into stews and spaghetti dishes or add it as a topping on pizza.