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Chopped steak natural whole caramelized beef bun, dressed with mustard, ketchup, onions and slice pickles loved by many.
Calorie Hamburger sandwich is 255 calories.
Ingredients sandwich Hamburger
The structure includes: a bun, a piece of meat, mustard, ketchup, onions restored, pickles, salt.
Bun for hamburger contains: wheat flour, water, sugar, sunflower oil, salt, yeast, baking, gluten, wheat, dry, processing aids (E300, E500i), Baking improver “Mazhemiks” with a purple label (stabilizer – E170, emulsifier – E472e) baking improver EB1 (stabilizer – calcium carbonate E170, emulsifier – E472e).
Cutlet of beef contains 100% beef.
Tomato Ketchup contains: water, tomato paste, glucose, sugar, salt, acidity regulator, natural flavoring.
Mustard sauce contains: spirit vinegar, water, mustard seeds (13%), salt, spices, natural flavoring cloves.
Bow is made from reconstituted dried onion and filtered water.
Seasoning for grilling – salt, ground black pepper, black pepper extract.
Useful properties and harm sandwich Hamburger
Its beneficial properties lie in its nutritional value, and roll the greens provide the human body in carbohydrate to provide energy for thinking and movement. Fresh lettuce, tomato and condiments that are part of the product, provide people with vitamins A, E, C, F and K, macro and micronutrients (zinc, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, calcium, copper, manganese, and potassium), and fiber.
Dietitians are not advised to eat sandwiches Hamburger day, but once a week it is possible to arrange a 1 meal in the form of the hamburger. In the classic hamburger contains 13 g protein, 30 g carbohydrates, and 9 grams of fat, and the energy value is 255 kcal, which amounts to 13% of the daily norm. The constant use of these foods leads to obesity and metabolic disorders.

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