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Beef in Peppercorn Sauce
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Beef in Peppercorn Sauce

  • Beef Dish

Ingredients

Ingredients: Beef (50%), Single Cream (contains Milk), Water, Shallots, Beef Stock (contains Beef Stock, Salt), Tapioca Starch, Olive Oil, Black Pepper, Sea Salt.

Allergy Advice: For allergens including those containing Gluten please see ingredients in Bold.

Meat Origins: Produced in the UK using Beef from UK, Ireland, Poland, Germany, Spain 

Produced in an environment that handles gluten, sulphites, milk, egg, soya, mustard, fish, celery.

Description

5g carbs per portion 

Tender slow cooked beef in a creamy, delicate pepper sauce.

Please see below for ingredients and nutritional information. 

Heating Instructions: Microwave: Microwave ovens may vary, the following is a guide only. Gently shake the pouch for 10 seconds and then make a small tear on either side of the pouch. Heat for 2 minutes on high, remove the top of the pouch and stir. Heat for a further 1 minute. Stir again before serving, ensuring the product is piping hot.

Saucepan: Empty contents of the pouch into a saucepan and heat gently, stirring occasionally, until piping hot.

Serving Suggestion: Serve with a portion of buttered vegetables. Please refer to your Guide to Success for full details and options.

Storage:  Store in a cool, dry cupboard. Our unique cooking method seals in all the natural flavours, without the use of artificial additives. This enables you to keep the product for months without needing to freeze or refrigerate. If the pack is leaking or damaged do not use.

Nutrition Information

Typical ValuesPer 100gPer Portion
Energy524kJ
125kcal
1310kJ
313kcal
Fat
Of which saturates
6.9g
3.8g
17.3g
9.5g
Carbohydrate
Of which sugars
1.9g
4.8g
0.6g
1.5g
Fibre1.5g1.3g
Protein13.7g34.3g
Salt0.6g1.5g
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