* These values indicate the amount and distribution of the macronutrients, for one portion of this recipe
Reference intake of an average adult (8400 kJ/ 2000 Kcal).
Vitamins and minerals
100 ** NRVs
74% ** NRVs
42% ** NRVs
41% ** NRVs
36% ** NRVs
31% ** NRVs
22% ** NRVs
**NRVs: Nutrient Reference values for one portion.
Per portion (g) ***
175 Kcal / 732 KJ
471 Kcal /1969 KJ
of which saturates:
of which sugars:
*** This recipe contains 4 portions, the values correspond to one portion.
Rice, chickpeas, hard-boiled quail egg & lime vinaigrette Delta Poke Rice Bowl is high in folates (vitamin B9 (folic acid), thanks to the chickpeas, spinach, eggs and honey. Folates contribute to the growth of maternal tissues during pregnancy and the normal formation of blood cells.
In addition, the recipe is also a source of vitamin E and is high in vitamin D. Vitamin D contributes to the normal maintenance of bones and teeth.
200 g of Montsià Bomba Rice
200 g of cooked chickpeas
4 spring onions
8 quail eggs
100 g of fresh spinach
2 cloves of garlic
1 pinch of curry
extra virgin olive oil
4 soy sauce spoons
2 honey spoons
Cook Montsià Bomba Rice with plenty of water and a little salt for 15-16 minutes. Drain, cool and reserve.
Boil quail eggs covered with water for 5 minutes. Cool, peel and reserve.
Peel and cut garlic into thin slices. Heat a little olive oil and cook the garlic until they try to take color, then we will raise the heat and sauté the spinach.
Sauté the chickpeas with a drizzle of olive oil, a pinch of salt and curry.
For the sauce we will mix the juice and the grated lemon peel with honey, soy, olive oil and chopped thyme.
To assemble the Delta Poke Bowl: At the bottom of the bowl, we will place rice and on top we will harmoniously arrange the previous preparations.
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