Chicken Medallions Ticino Style
Aldi, in the TK-chest, to 2,50 Euro.
Chicken breast fillet (62%) ), Mozzarella cheese spread (15%) (cheese, water, butter, molten salt (E331, E450, E452) dye E171, acidity regulator citric acid), pork salmon ham (10%) (pork, iodinated nitrite pickling salt (iodized salt, preservative E250) , Sugar, dextrose, antioxidant E301, flavor, smoke), drinking water, starch, iodized table salt, spinach, maltedroxin, cream cheese, balsamic vinegar (wine vinegar, grape must concentrate), dextrose, glucose syrup, vegetable oil, sugar, hard cheese, herbs, spices, thickener (E412, E415, E461), modified starch, emulsifier E472C).
May contain traces of celery, mustard, gluten and soy.
E 331 - Sodium citrate (monosodium citrate, disodium citrate, trisodium citrate ): Sodium citrates are sodium salts of citric acid, which are considered intermediate The product of the energy metabolism is an integral part of every living cell. In foods citrates are used as complexing agents, acidulants, acidity regulators and melting salts. Citrates are produced biotechnologically from citric acid. They are generally approved for food, play a special role in gelatinization with pectin and are also commonly found in condensed and dried milk, sliced packaged fruit, vegetables and potatoes, canned fruits and vegetables, sweets and desserts, and meat products/p>
E 450 - DiphosphatesDiphosphates are chemically synthesized derivatives of phosphoric acid. Depending on the number and type of bound substances, they differ in disodium diphosphate, trisodium diphosphate, tetrasodium diphosphate, tetrapotassium diphosphate, dicalcium diphosphate and calcium dihydrogen diphosphate. They have very different properties and are used in the food industry as antioxidants, leavening agents, emulsifiers, setting agents, complexing agents, acidity regulators, melting salts and stabilizers. Your approval is limited in limited quantities to certain foods, including but not limited to Meat products, processed cheese and preparations thereof, desserts, ices, flours and baking mixes. DetailsWhen consuming larger amounts of phosphates, a drop in calcium levels and a rise in the level of parathyroid hormone were observed. It is discussed whether an excess of phosphate is associated with an increased risk of bone fracture in childhood and adolescence. While legislators assume safety, consumer advocates advise against frequent consumption.
E 452 - PolyphosphatesPolyphosphates are chemically synthesized derivatives of phosphoric acid. Depending on the nature of the bound alkali metal ions, a distinction is made between sodium polyphosphate, potassium polyphosphate, sodium calcium polyphosphate and calcium polyphosphate. They have very versatile properties and are used in the food industry as an antioxidant, leavening agent, emulsifier, consolidator, complexing agent, acidity regulator, molten salt or stabilizer. Your approval is limited in limited quantities to certain foods, including but not limited to Meat products, Processed cheese and preparations made thereof, Desserts and Ice cream. DetailsWhen consuming larger amounts of phosphates, a drop in calcium levels and a rise in the level of parathyroid hormone were observed. It is discussed whether an excess of phosphate is associated with an increased risk of bone fracture in childhood and adolescence.It is widely accepted for use with no limit on the amount of food and can be found in dragees, chewing gum and coatings. DetailsTitanium dioxide is considered harmless and is excreted undigested by the body.
E 250 - Sodium nitrite: Sodium nitrite is a synthetically produced preservative containing bacteria, e.g. Clostridium botulinum, kills. Like all nitrites, sodium nitrite is also produced from nitrate, which is a natural component of lettuce, vegetables, fruits and mineral water. Sodium nitrite may be used together with potassium nitrite only in pickling salt, which may be added in fixed quantities to cured meat products and cured pancetta as well as goose and duck liver paste. Details Nitrites have a vasodilator effect and thus lower blood pressure. The red blood pigment hemoglobin is altered by nitrites so that it can no longer bind and transport oxygen. Infants and toddlers in particular are at risk of excessively high nitric acid intake, suffocating internally because their hemoglobin can be changed relatively easily and the enzyme that reverses this change is still insufficiently present. For adults, nitrite is considered to be acutely toxic from a quantity of 0.5 g. In addition, nitrites in combination with certain proteins can cause carcinogenic nitrosamines at temperatures above 130 ° C. Frequent consumption is discouraged.
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