L+L Chicken Paella
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Reducing consumption of saturated fat contributes to the maintenance of normal blood cholesterol levels.
|free range chicken|
|cooking||microwave / oven|
Sauce (53%) [Water, Tomatoes (25%), Red Peppers (16%), Onions (9%), Fennel (6%), Tomato Puree, Garlic, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Parsley (2%), Mixed Herbs (2%) [Parsley, Thyme, Tarragon, Sage], Paprika (2%), WHEAT Protein, Chives (1%), Lemon Juice, Chicken Stock , Tamari SOY Sauce [SOYA Beans (49%), Water, Salt, Distilled Alcohol (from Sugar Cane), Koji Seed (Aspergillus Oryzae)], Tapioca Starch, Salt, Saffron], Paella Chicken (19%) [Chicken (132g of Chicken per 100g), Paprika (1%), Salt, Black Pepper], SPELT (12%) (WHEAT), Brown Rice (7%), Spinach (5%), Peas (5%)
For allergens please see ingredients in bold.
Typical Values per 100g per serving (359g) energy (kJ) 391 1401 energy (kcal) 93 333 fat (g) 2.4 8.4 of which saturates (g) 0.4 1.4 carbohydrates (g) 8.1 29 of which sugars 2 7.1 fibre (g) 2 7.2 protein (g) 8.6 31 salt (g) 0.47 1.7 vitamin A (ug) 136 537 17% of RI 61% of RI vitamin K (ug) 48 172 63% of RI 226% of RI vitamin C (mcg) 15.8 56.7 20% of RI 71% of RI manganese (mcg) 0.32 1.15 16% of RI 57.44% of RI niacin (mg) 4.2 15.1 26% of RI 93% of RI Sat Fat (g) 0.4 1.6 8% of RI
RI = Reference Intake
LOW SATURATED FAT
SOURCE OF FIBRE
HIGH IN PROTEIN – Muscles
SOURCE OF VITAMIN A – Immunity
SOURCE OF VITAMIN C – Energy, Brain
SOURCE OF NIACIN - Energy, Brain
HIGH IN VITAMIN K
SOURCE OF MANGANESE
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MICROWAVE preferred method 800W 9 mins Remove sleeve and pierce film Cook for 4.5 mins stir, re-cover and cook for a further 4.5 mins Rest for 2 mins, check piping hot & enjoy!
1 Person: OVEN 195°C / 175°C Fan / Gas mark 5 - 55 mins Preheat oven Remove sleeve and pierce film Cook for 55 mins, ideally on a flat baking tray, and then stir. Rest for 2 mins, check piping hot & enjoy!
Contains soy, gluten.
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Keep frozen below -18C and do not refreeze if defrosted.