From Ruby Tuesday's menu entry:
"Fresh, pulled white meat, chicken, fresh steamed broccoli and penne pasta, tossed in Parmesan cream sauce. Topped with Wisconsin Cheddar cheese, then baked."
Some of you undoubtedly already know that cream and cheese add saturated fat, but this dish out-does most.
Ruby's Fresh Chicken and Broccoli Pasta dish contains 2060 calories, 128 grams of fat. Most of that fat is from dairy products which makes most of it saturated fat.
Saturated fats are either solid or semi-solid at room temperature. Examples are butter, hard margarine, lard and shortening. Exceptions to the rule are coconut and palm oils, which have very high saturated fat levels.
All in a day's eats...
To equal 2060 calories, you would have to ingest two sirloin steak dinners with Caesar salad and a buttered baked potato.
If you have to watch what you eat, or are trying to lose weight, steer clear of this buster!
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