Leek Frittata Calories & Nutrition Values

Leek Frittata Calories & Nutrition Values

Leek frittata or patties are a good source of vitamin C. It contains more than 24 percent vitamin C. Leek contains a very high amounts of vitamin K. Leek has shown to be effective in protecting the blood vessel lining from damage. It contains good amounts of antioxidants. Leek can support the cardiovascular system in varies ways. Potatoes used in the leek frittata are an excellent source of vitamin B6. Some believe that potato is one of top ten healthiest foods. Surprised? French fries have given potatoes a bad name but potatoes are in fact very healthy. They contain high amount of vitamins such as vitamin B6, vitamin C and vitamin B3. If baked and not fried, potatoes can help you loose weight. Potatoes are often compared broccoli. Potatoes are high in antioxidants. They can also help you with your nervous system and brain cell and they can also have similar effect on cardiovascular system as leeks. Leek frittata or leek patty has 122 calories (46 calories from fat) in 3.5 oz or 100 grams of it. 5.1g of fat, 1.1g of saturated fat, 43mg of cholesterol and about 309mg of potassium. It contains about 3.5 percent protein.

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Beet Garnish

Beet Garnish

Beet U-Shaped Garnishing Tool Paring Knife HOW TO GARNISH A SMALL BEET A simple and easy way to garnish a small beet. Cut the root and stalk and peel the skin of the beet. Make a row of cuts half inch through the beet's surface with a U shaped garnishing tool in 20 degree angle. Using a paring knife, just under the row, cut around the beet (quarter inch) and dig out the layer beneath the U cuts. Repeat the steps to make as much as rows possible.

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 kabab koobideh recipe
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"Luleh Kabob"

  • 3 lbs (1360 g) Ground Beef (85% Lean)
  • 2 Small Onions
  • 1 Tbsp (Approximately) Salt or as preferred
  • 1 Tsp (Approximately) Black Pepper Powder or as preferred
  • 1 Tsp Turmeric
  • 1 Tsp (Approximately) Ground Sumac.
  • 1/4 Tsp Saffron

1- Soak the saffron for 10 minutes.
2- Grate the onions and drain the excessive juice.


1- Combine grated onions with ground beef in a large bowl.
2- Add salt, black pepper powder, turmeric and ground sumac to the bowl (Knead the mixture thoroughly after adding each ingredient).
3- Add 2 to 3 tsp of the soaked saffron to the bowl.
4- Knead for 7 minutes.
5- Cover the bowl with a lid or plastic wrap.
6- Keep the beef mixture in refrigerator to marinate for 8 to 12 hours.
Note: For the best result use koobideh skewers to grill the kabobs (koobideh skewers are long and flat and wider than normal skewers).
7- Place a fistful of beef mixture on a skewer and flatten as show in the video.
8- Grill the kabobs on the grill.
9- turn the kabobs often to avoid burning.
10- Grill few tomatoes and peppers to serve on the side.
11- Kabobs can be served with rice.

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 Basmati Rice