Nutritional value of Palirria products' recipes

Stuffed vine leaves “gialantzi” (filled with rice, no meat) (the details for stuffed vine leaves are shown on the site) with yoghurt (2% fat content):

Dietary Claims:
  • A high protein source, since 22% of the energy value of the food is provided by proteins.
  • Low sugar content, since they contain 1.9 g of sugars per 100g of food.
  • A good source of Vitamin A, since it covers 25% of the recommended daily amount.

Sweet & spicy stuffed vine leaves with rice & hot cherry peppers & feta cheese

Dietary Claims:
  • A high protein source, since 25% of the energy value of the food is provided by proteins.
  • A good source of calcium, since it covers 25% of the recommended daily amount.

Stuffed vine leaves with rice, pomegranate syrup & spices & roasted mushrooms

Dietary Claims:
  • Low sugar content, since it contains 1.3 g of sugars per 100g of food.
  • A source of protein, since 12% of the energy value of the food is provided by proteins.

Giant beans in tomato sauce with tuna in oil (drained)

Dietary Claims:
  • Low sugar content, since it contains 1.4 g of sugars per 100g of food.
  • A high protein source, since 44% of the energy value of the food is provided by proteins
  • Rich in Omega 3 fatty acids, since it covers 89.3% of the recommended daily amount.
  • A source of dietary fibre, since it accounts for 20% of the recommended daily amount.

Chickpeas with onions & carrots in lemon sauce & quinoa

Dietary Claims:
  • Low sugar content, since it contains 1.4 g of sugars per 100g of food.
  • A source of protein, since 13.8% of the energy value of the food is provided by proteins.
  • Rich in potassium, since it covers 86% of the recommended daily amount.
  • A source of magnesium, since it covers 17% of the recommended daily amount.
  • A source of dietary fibre, since it accounts for 24% of the recommended daily amount.

Eggplants in onion & tomato sauce “Imam” & feta cheese

Dietary Claims: 
  • A high protein source, as 25% of the energy value of the food is provided by proteins.
  • Low sugar content, since it contains 2.3 g of sugars per 100g of food.
  • A source of calcium, since it covers 24.6% of the recommended daily amount.
  • A source of dietary fibre, since it accounts for 12% of the recommended daily amount.

Okra in onion & tomato sauce & roasted chicken

 Dietary Claims: 
  • A high protein source, since 38.5% of the energy value of the food is provided by proteins.
  • Low sugar content, as it contains 1.3 g of sugars per 100g of food.
  • A good source of Vitamin B6, since it covers 29% of the recommended daily amount.
  • A source of dietary fibre, since it accounts for 16% of the recommended daily amount.

Meatballs in tomato & onion sauce with brown rice

Dietary Claims:
  • A source of protein, since 14% of the energy value of the food is provided by proteins.
  • Low sugar content, since it contains 1.5 g of sugars per 100g of food.

Flat beans in onion & tomato sauce with 1 boiled egg and “anthotiro” fresh low-fat cheese

Dietary Claims:
  • A source of protein, since 16% of the energy value of the food is provided by proteins.
  • Low sugar content, since it contains 2.6 g of sugars per 100g of food.
  • A source of dietary fibre, since it accounts for 12% of the recommended daily amount.

Fava beans puree with onions & lemon juice & marinated anchovies

Dietary Claims:
  • A high protein source, since 41.6% of the energy value of the food is provided by proteins.
  • Low sugar content, since it contains less than 1 g of sugars per 100g of food.
  • A good source of iron, since it covers 23% of the recommended daily amount.
  • A source of calcium, since it covers 15% of the recommended daily amount.
  • A source of potassium, since it covers 19% of the recommended daily amount.
  • A source of copper, since it covers 17.5% of the recommended daily amount.

Giant beans in vinaigrette sauce with sardines or smoked salmon

Dietary Claims:
  • A source of protein, since 20% of the energy value of the food is provided by proteins.
  • Low sugar content, since it contains less than 1.15 g of sugars per 100g of food.
  • High dietary fibre source, since it provides 25% of recommended daily requirements.
  • A source high in Vitamin D, since it covers 83% of the recommended daily amount
  • A good source of iron, since it covers 30% of the recommended daily amount.

Giant beans with spinach in tomato sauce with basil and couscous or bulgur cracked wheat

Dietary Claims:
  • A source of protein, since 15.5% of the energy value of the food is provided by proteins.
  • Low sugar content, since it contains less than 1.8 g of sugars per 100g of food.
  • High dietary fibre source, since it provides 20% of recommended daily requirements.