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Shepherd’s Pie
meal for 1

A rich lamb ragout with carrots and petit pois finished with a creamy Desiree potato mash

25 minutes


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meal for 1

cooking instructions

1. preheat oven to 200°c or 185°c fan. remove sleeve and film, keeping the dish in it’s wooden trays*. cover the rice tray with foil and place both dishes vertically side by side on a rack in the centre of the oven and bake for 25 minutes.

2. after cooking time ensure the dish is piping hot throughout

3. serve immediately

nutrition information

*per 100g

  8 g fat

  15 g carbs

  19 g protein

  181 kcal energy

our nyum ingredients:

Potato Desiree, lamb*, chopped tomatoes (tomato, tomato juice, citric acid), cream, water, petit pois, milk, tomato ketchup**(tomato paste, sugar, vinegar, corn flour, salt, citric acid, natural flavourings [clove, pimento, cinnamon]), red onion, carrot, passata (tomato, salt), breadcrumb, celery, butter, tomato puree (tomato, salt), vegetable stock powder**(salt, dehydrated vegetables [onion, carrots, mushrooms, garlic, tomato, celery], modified corn flour, sugar, maltodextrin, herbs, yeast extract, vegetable oil [canola seed], antioxidant: vitamin E, black pepper, flavouring, colourant, spices, citric acid), vegetable oil, modified corn flour, Dijon mustard**(mustard seeds, vinegar, salt, citric acid, sodium metabisulphite), garlic, mozzarella cheese, Parmesan cheese, garlic, Worcestershire sauce**(malt vinegar, molasses, sugar, water, salt, onions, anchovy, clove, tamarind extract, natural flavourings, chilli pepper extract), sea sale, balsamic vinegar glaze**(cooked grape must, balsamic vinegar, grape vinegar, guar gum, xanthan gum, antioxidant: sulphites), cornichons**(cucumber, water, vinegar, salt spices, natural flavour), parsley, thyme, extra virgin olive oil, sea salt, Tobasco sauce**(distilled vinegar, red pepper, salt), black pepper, star anise, cinnamon, bay leaf
*all meat is Halal **we only use ingredients you would use at home

Allergens: wheat (gluten), milk, celery, fish, mustard, sulphites

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