Quantity of Waitrose Easy To Cook 2 Scottish salmon fishcakes with sweet chilli sauce in trolley 0
Salmon fish cakes with ginger, lemon grass and spices, served with a sachet of sweet chilli sauce.
Common Name: Atlantic salmonLatin Name: Salmo salarWild Caught or Farm Reared : Farm rearedCountry of Origin: ScotlandMethod of catch/Farming method: Marine open nets pens
- Suitable for freezing
- Waitrose own label
Per Portion/per 1/2 pack with sauce
For allergens, including cereals containing gluten, see ingredients in bold.
Typical values as prepared. Contains 2 Servings
|Typical values||PER 100g||per 1/2 pack with sauce|
|Of which Saturates||1.3g||1.7 g|
|Of which Sugars||7.2g||9.3 g|
|Omega 3||270mg||349 mg|
- United Kingdom
- WARNINGS: Filleting removes all major bones: small bones may remain
- This product contains Additives
- This product contains Natural Colourings
Pan Fry from chilled. Medium Heat. Time: 8 mins. Remove sleeve, film and sauce sachet. Heat 1 tbsp oil in frying pan, add fish cakes and cook on a medium heat, turn halfway through cooking. Cut open sachet of sweet chilli sauce and serve as a dip. Alternatively drizzle some sauce over the fish cakes to serve and share the remaining sauce as a side dip.
|tape||Plastic - HDPE (High Density Polyethylene)|
|film||Plastic - Other|
|Cardboard Outer Case||Paper & card|
|Outer case label||Paper & card|
|sachet||Plastic - Other|
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