This is a deliciously simple dish but when cooked the flavours are superb. I source local Western Australian, farm fresh chicken thighs and stuff them with glossy, black prunes and pine nuts. I then wrap the chicken thighs in prosciutto and bake them in the oven until golden brown. The end result is perfectly cooked chicken with a sweet sticky centre and a salty, crispy outside. The mix of sweet and salty is heaven. Serve with C Si Bon Potato Gratin and salad or vegetables.
NO ARTIFICIAL COLOURS, FLAVOURS OR PRESERVATIVES • GLUTEN FREE
Net Weight 300 gms / 1kg
Re-heat from frozen at 180 degrees celcius for 30 mins (until piping hot). 1kg re-heat from frozen for 35-45 minutes at 180 degrees (until piping hot).
Chicken Thighs (90%), Prunes (6%), Pine Nuts (2%), Prosciutto (2%), Olive Oil.
|Quantity Per Serving 150g||Quantity Per 100g|
|Energy||1048 kJ (250 Cal)||699 kJ (167 Cal)|
|Protein||32.5 g||21.7 g|
|Fat, total||7 g||4.7 g|
|- saturated||1.8 g||1.2 g|
|Carbohydrate||13.8 g||9.2 g|
|- sugars||2.5 g||1.7 g|
|Sodium||300 mg||200 mg|
Servings per pack : 300 gsm 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 : Nuts
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