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Frozen Chicken with Bacon & Stilton en Croute (2 x 225g)

SKU: FZECCBS
Try the Country Victualler delicious Ready-to-cook chicken en croute, made with boneless chicken breast pieces, plain bacon, stilton cheese encased in a puff pastry lattice with a hint of Paprika. These are perfect for a quick and simple meal without compromising on taste or quality.

Ingredient Information

Chicken (35%), Flour [Wheat Flour, (Calcium, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin)], Margarine [Water, Emulsifier: (E471), Flavouring, Colour: (E160B, E100), Vegetable Oil (Palm, Rapeseed)], Bacon [Pork, Water, Salt, Preservatives (E252, E250)], Water, Stilton Cheese (Milk), Paprika, Glaze [Dextrin (Sulphites), Stabiliser: (E412), Colour (E160A)]

Allergy Information

Cereals Containing Gluten,Milk,Sulphites

Nutritional Information

Typical ValuesPer 100g
Energy267 KJ
Energy1111 KCal
Fat16.5 g
Of which Saturates5.9 g
Carbohydrate15.4 g
Of which Sugars0.3 g
Protein14.5 g
Salt0.6 g

Storage Information

-18 Deg. C

Cooking Information

Instructions: Oven from frozen: 190C / Gas mark 5 Place the product on a baking tray in the centre of a pre-heated oven for 35-40 minutes, until pastry is golden brown. Allow to stand for 2 minutes before serving. Rehiting: 160C / Gas mark 3 Place the product on a baking tray in the centre of a pre-heated oven for 20 minutes, until pastry is golden brown.
Country of Origin
United Kingdom
£5.95
The Country Victualler
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