If you are a lover of animal-based superfoods, look no further than their organs. Mutton heart is a wonder food loaded with many essential nutrients and vitamins.
Mutton heart is similar to steak, roasts, and ground beef in many aspects and is less expensive. They are rich sources of a higher amount of protein, thiamine, folate, selenium, phosphorus, zinc, CoQ10, and several B vitamins. B vitamins are beneficial in helping to maintain healthy blood pressure and reduce high cholesterol. They also reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease, depression, dementia, and stress. Like other organ meat, fresh mutton hearts contain amino acids that help to improve metabolism. They are beneficial for skin health - contain compounds that aid the production of elastin and collagen, which prevents wrinkles and premature aging. Mutton hearts are also beneficial to build muscle, store energy and boost stamina.
How to use:
Mutton heart can be eaten in several ways and can form an important part of the Keto diet. It can be eaten as roasted, curry, soup, etc.
The cooked mutton heart can be stored by keeping it in a refrigerator or in a freezer.