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22
May
2009
The Quick Englishman – Baked Beans on Toast
Posted By: Bluebelly

This meal is an excellent source of magnesium and vitamin C (if consumed with orange juice), and is a moderate source of protein (therefore 5-HTP and tryptophan). To add additional vitamin B-6 and vitamin E, also snack on a handful of almonds and a banana.


Baked beans are also a very nutritious alternative to cooking a meal.  As they can be stored for a long time in the cupboard, and bread can be frozen, it is easy to keep a supply on hand.


Ingredients
  • 1 220g can baked beans
  • 2 slices bread, any type
  • Margarine, if desired

Method
Pour baked beans into a microwave safe bowl and microwave until they reach the desired temperature.  Toast bread, spread with margarine if desired, and pour baked beans over bread.

Serves 1.


Nutritional Information Per Serve

Energy

1827 kJ
435 kCal

Protein

16.9 g

Fat

11.2 g

Carbohydrate

60.5 g

Sodium

1373 mg

Fibre

12.9 g

Vitamin C

0 mg

Magnesium

78.3 mg (200% RDI)


To add additional vitamin C to this meal, consume with a 200ml glass of orange juice – provides 94mg Vitamin C (200% RDI)


(RDI = Recommended Dietary Intake)

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