Lentil, Beef & Bacon Soup

Hearty and old-fashioned Lentil, Beef & Bacon Soup

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£3.75
PRICE PER KILO: £12.50
CODE: Q133
 
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A really hearty, old-fashioned soup, full of wholesome, earthy flavour, and peppered with tasty chunks of beef shin and dry-cured bacon.
  • Made to a traditional Scottish recipe
  • Over 10% tender cubes of Donald Russell grass-fed beef
  • Hand made by chefs using traditional slow cooking methods
  • Just like homemade with no artificial colours or flavourings
Box Contains:

    • 1 Lentil, Beef & Bacon Soup
      (pack weight 300g e)

SERVINGS    
 
1
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Storage Conditions:
Store at < -18ºC (Supplied frozen)
Recommended Shelf Life once defrosted: Store between 0 - 5ºC. Use within 48 hours
Cooking instructions from frozen/defrosted

Microwave:
Based on 800 watt. Pierce the film and cook from defrosted 3-4 minutes, from frozen 6-8 minutes. Decrease the cooking time for ovens with a higher wattage.

On the Hob:
Defrost in fridge overnight. Remove film and empty the contents of the tray into a saucepan. Heat gently without allowing to boil, stirring occasionally, until piping hot.

Stir before serving.
Ensure the product is piping hot throughout. Do not reheat once cooked.

Please note:
Cooking appliances vary in performance, these are guidelines only.
Ensure the product is piping hot throughout before serving.
Do not re-heat once cooked.

Allergy Advice: Contains Milk and Celery

Ingredients:
Water, Beef (12%), Red Lentil (10%), Onion, Carrot, Potato, Smoked Bacon (Pork Belly [85%], Water, Salt, Preservatives [Potassium Nitrite, Sodium Nitrite], Antioxidant [Sodium Ascorbate]), Chicken Bouillon (Maltodextrin, Salt, Yeast Extract, Chicken Fat, Sugar, Natural Chicken Flavouring, Spices [Celery Seeds, Turmeric, Garlic & Nutmeg] Rosemary), Modified Maize Starch, Black Pepper.

Nutritional Information: (raw, typical per 100g)
Energy values: 275kJ/65kcal, Protein: 4.9 g, Carbohydrates: 6.8 g of which sugars: 1.1g, Fat: 2.2g of which saturates: 0.9g, Fibre: 0.6g Total Salt content: 0.96g

100% of customers liked this product (60 reviews)

Posted Rating Comment Company Comment
20-Feb-2016  
Another lovely soup to warm you on a cold day.
19-Feb-2016  
Very nice, not much meat but was good n tasty
11-Feb-2016  
Good
06-Feb-2016   
Yummy ideal size portion for one made of healthy ingredients and easy to serve
30-Jan-2016   
Nice and tasty, family all like this 1.
31-Dec-2015  
Very salty but quality was fantastic
25-Dec-2015   
Excellent
06-Dec-2015  
Wholesome soups, makes an enjoyable evening supper.
02-Nov-2015  
Lovely soups , they make a good evening snack.
31-Oct-2015  
Good thick soup, although portions are perhaps a little small
27-Aug-2015   
Tasty, love it.
05-Aug-2015   
We both loved it. Whilst I do make soups quite often this one of yours was fab and will definitely order again.
26-May-2015   
Re-ordered - speaks for itself
01-Apr-2015   
Excellent
31-Mar-2015  
Good
30-Mar-2015   
Really hearty soup a very good lunch
26-Mar-2015   
Excellent
12-Mar-2015  
Good
07-Mar-2015  
As Above
04-Mar-2015   
Almost homemade!!!!!
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