A food rich in protein, chicken can help with weight management and reduce the risk of heart disease. Chicken contains the amino acid tryptophan, which has been linked to higher levels of serotonin (the “feel good” hormone) in our brains
78.Tulip liver pate
Tulip Picante Liver Paté combines the classic and rich Liver Paté with a spicy taste. Use it to spice up your favorite paté dish.
Ingredients: Pork Liver (46%), pork fat, water, salt, maltodextrin, dextrose, glucose syrup, spices and herbs extracts, preservative (sodium nitrite).
Per 100 g
Energy 1098 kJ / 265 kcal
Fat 23 g
– of which saturates 9.2 g
Carbohydrates 1.5 g
– of which sugars < 0.5 g Protein 13 g Salt 2.7 g Traditionally made with liver, and mixed with wine and spices until it's cooked down into a spreadable texture, pâté can also be created with liver or other parts of pork, venison, chicken, fish, duck and other game, and even created with veggies on occasion. Do not eat liver or liver products, such as pâté, more than once a week. You should also be aware of how much vitamin A there is in any supplements you take. If you're pregnant or thinking of having a baby: avoid taking supplements containing vitamin A, including fish liver oil, unless advised to by your GP. Liver and liver products, such as liver pâté and liver sausage, are a good source of iron, as well as being a rich source of vitamin A. You should be able to get all the vitamin A you need from your daily diet.At Danish Crown Foods - producer of the brand Tulip - we are proud of our more than 100-year-long tradition in making high quality and good tasting products. But we also know that good company is the final ingredient to any meal.