Posted by Admin on May, 14, 2021
Chicken is a staple in many diets and the juicy dark meat of chicken legs fits well in a number of dishes. Chicken legs also make good dietary supplements to provide the cells with vitamins and minerals. Just remove skin and fat from chicken legs before cooking, to reduce the consumption of saturated fat.
Chicken legs and thighs supplied by chicken Bombay legs exporters in India are a good source of a large number of vital nutrients. Iron and zinc are present in much greater amounts that are vital to a healthy immune system.
Fat and Protein
Chicken Bombay legs have a modest amount of calories – with the skin removed, each drumstick has 106 calories, with a skinless chicken thigh containing 176 calories. Both chicken leg cuts provide sufficient protein, an essential nutrient for the repair of tissues and the development of muscle. There are 17 grams of protein in every drumstick and there are 28 grams in each thigh. This significantly improves the daily intake of proteins in women by 46 grams and men by 56 grams. Chicken legs are also fat – 3.7 grams of fat per drumstick and 6.2 grams of fat per thigh. This fat gives the lifestyle energy and assists in the absorption of vitamins.
The addition of chicken legs increases your consumption of minerals, supplying important levels of selenium and phosphorus. Selenium forms a part of several enzymes in your cells that help your thyroid gland function and protect your blood vessels from damage in its function as an enzyme operation. Phosphorus also helps to regulate the function of your enzyme and is part of the membranes and DNA of your cells. Intake of a chicken thigh raises your selenium intake by 265 milligrams or 39% of the recommended daily intake by 30,9 microgram — 56% of your daily selenium requirement.
Each drumstick contains 18.5 microgram selenium and 158-milligram phosphorus – 34% and 23% of your recommended daily intakes of selenium and phosphorus.
Their vitamin content also gives chicken legs some benefits. They include adequate quantities of vitamin B-12 – an essential vitamin for nerve cell health and gene activity regulation – as well as pantothenic acid, a nutrient that supports healthy cell metabolism. Each thigh contains 0.84 micrograms of B-12 vitamin that is 35% of your daily needs for B-12 and 1.7 milligrams of pantothenic acid, or 34% of the recommended daily intake.
Cooking Tips And Recommendations
Take your chicken legs off the skin for the lightest meal and cut off clear fat before cooking. Prevent methods of preparation - including frying - that involve large quantities of oil to be added to the cooking. Mix the chicken with fresh rosemary, thyme before cooking, but then make juicy rosy chicken legs and add a splash of bare ground pepper. Alternatively, sear chicken thigh with a low amount of olive oils to sift to humidity and add chicken stock to a healthy chicken stew, along with chopping potatoes, carrots and parsnips.
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