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
Exotic Yellow WatermelonExotic Yellow Watermelon
Exotic Yellow Watermelon can vary greatly in size, shape and colour depending upon variety. Whether round or oblong, they usually come in 2 varieties.
The first one exhibits the standard bright green outer rind striped with darker green markings. The flesh can range from pale yellow to deep gold and may contain large brownish black seeds or be completely seedless and the second one with a bright yellow outer rind and the flesh can range from light red to dark red colour. While their succulent and crisp texture is comparable to other standard red watermelons, their flavour is usually much sweeter offering notes of honey and apricot.
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.