Mild Chicken Korma Meal For Kids | Little Dish
Mild Chicken Korma

Mild Chicken Korma

One of the nation's favourite curries, tailored to meet your toddler's nutritional needs. Our delicious Chicken Korma is made with pieces of tender British chicken and sweet potato in a mildly-spiced creamy sauce, alongside soft Basmati rice in a separate tray. We've added mild spices - like ginger, ground coriander, cumin, turmeric and paprika to gently introduce little foodies to some interesting new flavours. Plus, this tasty dish provides 1 of your little one's recommended 5 a day.

  • 100% natural ingredients
  • Low in salt and contains no added sugar, additives or preservatives
  • 1 of 5 a day
  • Source of protein
  • British Chicken

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Ingredients

Basmati rice (45%): Water, Basmati rice. Korma sauce (40%): Water, onion, yellow pepper (15%), cauliflower (10%), mango (7%), sweet potato (6%), coconut cream (6%), cornflour, rapeseed oil, ginger, garlic purée, tomato purée, paprika, lemon juice, cumin, coriander, onion powder, turmeric, fennel, fenugreek, all spice, cinnamon, cardamom, black pepper, nutmeg. British chicken (15%): chicken, water, cornflour.

Nutrition per serving

Energy
822KJ 194Kcal
Fibre
2.0g
Protein
10.4g
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TYPICAL VALUES(per 100g) TOTAL VALUES(per 200g serving)
Energy 411KJ / 97Kcal 822KJ / 194Kcal
Fat 2.2g 4.4g
- Of which saturates 0.8g 1.6g
Carbohydrates 13.7g 27.4g
- Of which sugars 1.1g 2.2g
Fibre 1.0g 2.0g
Protein 5.2g 10.4g
Salt 0.03g 0.06g
Did you know?

Peppers

Our Mild Chicken Korma contains hidden veg in the sauce including yellow peppers, which are so high in Vitamin C that just one pepper contains more than 3 x your recommended daily intake! As well as being a powerful antioxidant, vitamin C helps iron to be absorbed by the body, keeping your little one's blood healthy.

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