Iceland Easy Carve Three Bird Roast 1.5Kg
Ingredients Basted Skin On Turkey Breast (53%), Basted Chicken Breast (20%), Pork, Cranberry & Orange Stuffing (13%), Duck (8%), Cranberry & Orange Flavour Glaze (5%). Basted Skin On Turkey Breast contains: Turkey Breast (73%), Turkey Skin, Water, Salt, Stabiliser: Triphosphates, Xanthan Gum; Modified Potato Starch. Basted Chicken Breast contains: Chicken Breast (90%), Water, Salt, Stabiliser: Triphosphates, Xanthan Gum; Modified Potato Starch. Pork, Cranberry & Orange Stuffing contains: Water, Pork (30%), Breadcrumbs (Wheat Flour, Salt, Yeast), Sweetened Dried Cranberries (Sugar, Cranberries, Sunflower Oil), Onion, Orange Peel, Herbs (Parsley, Rosemary), Salt, Black Pepper, Orange Oil. Cranberry & Orange Flavour Glaze contains: Water, Demerara Sugar, White Wine Vinegar, Orange Juice from Concentrate, Cranberry Juice from Concentrate, Corn Flour, Orange Peel, Salt, Ginger Purée, Vegetable Concentrate (Invert Sugar Syrup, Carrot, Radish, Beetroot, Red Cabbage, Tomato, Antioxidant: Citric Acid), Spices (Allspice, Cinnamon), Flavouring.
- Contains: CONTAINS GLUTEN
|Typical values||Per 100g Ovenbaked|
|Energy||713 kJ / 170 kcal|
|(of which sugars)||2.6 g)|
|(of which saturates)||1.6 g)|
1. Pre-heat oven
2. Remove outer packaging and film lid
3. Remove glaze sachet and place to one side
4. Cover loosely with foil
5. Place on a baking tray near the middle of the oven
6. 1 hour 10 minutes into cooking time, remove foil,return to oven for 30 minutes
7. Drain, cover with glaze and return to oven for a further 15 minutes
8. Stand for 10 minutes, remove string before carving
Iceland Easy Carve Three Bird Roast 1.5Kg
Turkey, chicken & duck, with a pork, cranberry and orange stuffing and a cranberry & orange flavour glaze
Produced and Packed in the U.K. for Iceland Foods Ltd., U.K., CH5 2NW.
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