Offer - British Summer Fruits Frozen Waitrose 300g
Price per 100g: 93p
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Preparation and Usage
Room Temperature 2 1/2 hours
To defrost: spread on a tray for 2 1/2 hours.
Recipe / Serving Suggestion
For Summer Pudding
300g pack frozen British summer fruits, defrosted
4 slices medium white bread, crusts removed and halved
2 tbsp caster sugar
2-3 basil leaves, chopped
1. Line a 750ml bowl with clingfilm.
2. Place 100g British summer fruits and also 3 tbsp water in a food processor and blend until pureed.
3. Sieve and discard the pips.
4. Dip the bread in the juice and line the bowl reserving 2 halves or bread for the top.
5. Mix the remaining fruit into any left over juice with sugar and basil and spoon into the bowl.
6. Top with the reserved bread. Cover the top with clingfilm and place a small saucer with a weight on top.
7. Chill for 3 hours.
8. Serve with cream for ice cream.
Country of Origin
Film - Plastic - Not Currently Recycled; Sleeve - Card - Widely Recycled
Allergy Advice: For allergens see highlighted ingredients
Blackberries (40%), Raspberries (25%), Blackcurrants (25%), Redcurrants (10%).
|Typical Values||As Sold Per 100g|
|of which saturates||Trace|
|of which sugars||5.6g|
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