Indian Meal for Two

Half a pack of this chicken tikka masala dish contains 260 calories (13% of the Reference Intake (RI) for calories) and 11.4g of sugars (13% of the Reference Intake for sugars). Most of the sugars come from the cream, tomatoes, yoghurt and honey used to make the sauce.

For half a pack of the chicken madras, there are 217 calories (11% of the Reference Intake for calories) and 11.4g of sugars (13% of the Reference Intake for sugars). Most of the sugars come from the ingredients in the sauce, which includes tomatoes, coconut milk and coconut cream powder.

As the labels show, half a pack of pilau rice has 363 calories (18% of the Reference Intake for calories), but a very low level of sugars, containing only 0.5g of sugars (0.6% of the Reference Intake for sugars).

There are also very low levels of sugars in the naan bread. Half a large plain naan contains 1g of sugars (less than 1% of the Reference Intake for sugars) and 205 calories (0.5% of the Reference Intake for calories).

Most of the sugars in the onion bhaji come from the onions. Half a pack (or two) onion bhajis contain 12 calories (0.6% of the Reference Intake for calories) and 6.8g of sugars (8% of the Reference Intake for sugars).

Per person, these dishes contain a total of 1,057 calories (53% of the Reference Intake for calories), and 31.1g of sugars (more than 25% over the Reference Intake for sugars).