Healthy Recipe Cabbage and Duck Kimbap2023

Healthy Recipe: Cabbage and Duck Kimbap

Hi, I’m HEEJIN, a violin player and a lover of healthy food. Today, I’m going to share a healthy kimbap recipe using cabbage and high-protein duck. This kimbap is also a good choice for those who are interested in dieting. Would you like to make a healthy and delicious kimbap? Let’s get started right away.

Healthy Recipe Cabbage Duck Kimbap

Ingredients

– Common kimbap ingredients:
– Nori (10 sheets)
– Rice (about 3 cups)
– Daikon radish
– carrots
– flavoring
– Sausage This is just regular kimbap.

– Cabbage and Duck Kimbap Ingredients: Today’s recipe calls for
– A handful of shredded cabbage
– Duck meat (100g)
– Egg (2pcs), cucumber, carrot, paprika, homemade pickled radish, homemade stewed burdock
– Salt (to taste)
– White pepper (to taste)

Preparation

1. Wash the cabbage and shred it with a shredder, if you don’t have a shredder, use a knife.
2. Prepare the duck by cutting it into thin slices and cooking it. Make sure it’s well done, I used smoked duck.
3.Beat the egg well and mix it with step 1 to make the cabbage paste.
4. Chop the vegetables, sauté the carrots, and marinate the cucumbers with a teaspoon of salt for 10 minutes and drain well.

Making cabbage and duck kimbap

1. Prepare a bowl of rice for the Dakdak Gimbap. Place the cabbage, duck, and egg roll in a separate bowl for each ingredient.
2. Wash and drain the nori thoroughly.
3. Spread a thin layer of rice over the nori, preferably about 1.5 cm thick.
4. Arrange the cabbage, duck, and egg rolls evenly over the rice.
5. Sprinkle with salt and white pepper to taste, adjusting to your personal preference.
6. Roll the kimbap into a tight ball. If you use specialty rice, it will hold the steam well and roll neatly.
7. Cut the rolled kimbap into 10 pieces.
8. Decorate the kimbap with other ingredients. You can use daikon radish, carrots, flavoring, sausage, etc. to create different flavors and looks.

 

Health benefits

1. Cabbage is rich in potassium, vitamin C, dietary fiber, and more. These play a role in regulating blood pressure and aiding digestion.
2. Duck is a low-fat, high-protein food that can help with weight loss and muscle recovery. It is especially rich in vitamin B12 and iron, which provide nutrients needed for energy and blood formation.
3. The combination of cabbage and duck helps you consume fewer calories while providing a nutritious meal. It’s a good choice for those who prefer to eat healthy.

Duck is high in protein and contains a variety of nutrients.

Nutritional content of duck:

1. Protein: Duck is known as a high-protein food. Protein is a nutrient needed to build muscles, tissues, enzymes, and more, and plays an important role in growth, development, and immune function.

2. Vitamin B12: Duck is one of the best sources of vitamin B12. Vitamin B12 is a nutrient that plays an important role in brain function, blood formation, nerve function, and more.

3. Iron: Duck is a good source of iron. Iron is needed for red blood cell production and circulation, and can help prevent anemia caused by iron deficiency.

4. Zinc: Duck is a good source of zinc. Zinc plays an important role in boosting immune function, cell division, and antioxidant activity.

Benefits of duck:

1. High in protein: Duck is a good source of protein, which helps build and maintain muscle. This is especially true for athletes and those who need protein for muscle recovery.

2. Iron: Duck is a good source of iron, which can help prevent iron deficiency. Iron is necessary for the production of red blood cells, and plays a role in energy production and immune function.

3. Supplements vitamin B12: Duck contains vitamin B12, which can help maintain brain and nerve function. It’s important to eat duck to supplement your vitamin B12 intake, especially if you have a vitamin B12 deficiency.

4. Provides zinc: Zinc in duck is a nutrient needed for immune function and cell division. Zinc also has antioxidant properties and can help support skin health and the normal functioning of the immune system.

 

Duck is good for your diet

1. Lean, high-protein food: Duck is a lean, high-protein food that is low in fat and high in protein. Protein helps to keep you full for a long time after eating, preventing you from overeating and boosting your body’s energy expenditure.

2. Relatively low in calories: Duck is low in calories compared to other meats. If you’re on a diet that requires calorie restriction, you can enjoy a nutritious meal while consuming fewer calories.

3. High nutrient density: Duck contains a variety of nutrients, including protein, vitamin B12, iron, and zinc. It’s important to maintain a balance of nutrients when dieting, and duck can provide a good source of these nutrients.

4. Helps build and repair muscle: When you’re dieting, it’s important to maintain or build muscle. Duck can help build and maintain muscle with its rich supply of protein.

5. Helps with satiety and dieting: Protein is slow to digest and has the ability to keep you feeling full. The protein content of duck can help you feel fuller longer after a meal, which can help you avoid snacking and other unnecessary foods.

However, when it comes to dieting, you should consider your individual dietary needs and physical condition. Duck is one of the foods that can help you lose weight, but it’s important to consider proper portion sizes and combinations with other foods. We recommend that you consult a doctor or nutritionist to develop an optimal diet plan based on your individual health conditions and goals.

Bottom line

Today, we’ve shared a healthy cabbage and duck kimbap recipe that’s perfect for health-conscious eaters and dieters alike. You can enjoy the fresh flavor of cabbage and the high-protein taste of duck while consuming fewer calories. We hope you enjoy this healthy and flavorful dish and share it with others.

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