Thai red curry

10,15 

55 in stock

Brand: Real Turmat

Description: This spicy freeze-dried meal, produced by Norwegian brand Real Turmat, is a recipe prepared with natural 100% ingredients. This dehydrated meal is suitable for vegan diets and more, for gluten-free and lactose-free diets. This portion weighs just 113g when dry, and 460g after being rehydrated.

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Description

Brand: Real Turmat

Description: This spicy freeze-dried meal, produced by Norwegian brand Real Turmat, is a recipe prepared with natural 100% ingredients. This dehydrated meal is suitable for vegan diets and more, for gluten-free and lactose-free diets. This portion weighs just 113g when dry, and 460g after being rehydrated.

Storage: Store at room temperature. An opened bag should be treated as a fresh product. Please eat the meal within 2 hours of adding water.

Peso Neto: 113g

Gross weight: 130g

Portions: 1

Expiry date (from date of manufacture): 5 years

Nutritional information:

Composition Per 100g Per sachet
Energy value in Kcal 426 481
Energy value in Kj 1783 2015
Protein (g) 15 17
Carbohydrates (g) 49.6 56
Lipids (g) 16.8 19

 

Ingredients: Rice (31%), soya protein (soya (98%), salt, pepper) (11%), coconut milk, tomatoes (9.7%), chickpeas (6.7%), chilli (6. 5%), baby corn, tomato paste, leek, corn starch, rapeseed oil, vegetable stock (salt, glucose syrup, yeast extract, onion, modified starch, maltodextrin, vegetable concentrate, spices, sugar, vinegar extract), lime juice, lime sauce (soya, salt, vinegar), ginger, garlic, spices, antioxidant (ascorbic acid).

 Allergens:  Soya.

Informação adicional

Weight 130 g
Dimensions 5 × 15 × 20 cm

Brand

Real Turmat

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