This is my ultimate side dish. It’s versatile and tastes delicious when paired with chicken, seafood, beef, lamb, salad, vegetables or just gobbled up by itself. I find the waxy style of Royal Blue Potatoes can hold their flavour well when partnered with fresh, local cream and garlic. Topped with lashings of cheese and baked until golden brown. Try this with my C Si Bon Boeuf Bourguignon, C Si Bon Stuffed Chicken Thighs or C Si Bon Chicken Chasseur and sides of green vegetables or salad. You will love it so much you will be able to serve it to guests the next time they come for lunch or dinner. Nobody needs to know!!
NO ARTIFICIAL COLOURS, FLAVOURS OR PRESERVATIVES • GLUTEN FREE
Net Weight 300 gms / 1 kg / 2 kg
Cooking Instructions - Oven
Re-heat from frozen at 180 degrees celsius for 30-40 minutes (until piping hot). 1kg takes 40-60 minutes at 180 degrees celsius. If defrosted it will take less time.
Potatoes (86%), Cream (10%), Garlic (2%), Cheese (2%), Salt, Pepper
|Quantity Per 100g||Quantity Per Serving 150 g|
|Energy||762 kJ (182 Cal)||1143 kJ (273 Cal)|
|Protein||2.9 g||4.35 g|
|Fat, total||11.5 g||17.2 g|
|- saturated||3 g||4.5 g|
|Carbohydrate||16.9 g||25 g|
|- sugars||2.2 g||3.3 g|
|Sodium||130 mg||195 mg|
Servings per pack : 300 gms 2 serves, serving Size – 150 gms. 1kg 4 serves, serving Size – 250 gms
Storage Instructions : Store in your freezer until ready to re-heat.
Allergy Advice : Cream
Made in Australia
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