Aloo capsicum masala fry you can serve this dish for rice and even chapati. Potatoes helps in weight gain, for those who are struggling to increase their weight include potatoes in your daily diet.
Potatoes Nutrition Facts
The reason that potatoes have spread across the globe so quickly and has been so widely accepted is because they are a storehouse of energy and nutrition, including vitamins, minerals, and essential organic compounds.
Mineral Content: If you eat potatoes regularly, you ensure a good supply of water and ions in your body. This is because they are rich in potassium. The concentration is highest in the skin and just beneath it. So, eating the potato with its skin is always beneficial. They also contain calcium, iron, and phosphorus.
Vitamin Content: Potatoes are known for the large amounts of Vitamin C present in them. Typically, 100 gm will contain about 17 mg of Vitamin C. In addition to this, they also contains Vitamin A, B and P. (Source : organifacts website)
- Just 110 calories
- No fat, sodium or cholesterol
- Nearly half your daily value of vitamin C
- More potassium than a banana
- A good source of vitamin B6
- Fiber, magnesium and antioxidants
- Resistant starch
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Capsicum Nutrition Facts
Using whole chili peppers from the Capsicum genus provides nutritional value, including high amounts of vitamin C and vitamin A.
These vitamins are best obtained from the fresh fruit. Capsicum chili’s harvested when red rather than orange and yellow have higher concentrations of these beneficial nutrients. Other beneficial bioactive components of the capsicum chili are the content of flavonoids. Alkaloids and tannins are some of the other important bioactive compounds contained in it. Alkaloids work as anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and antioxidant agents. (From organifacts)
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