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Frozen Organic Garden Peas Waitrose 500g
Price per 100g: 29p
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Organically grown garden peas.
Specially selected for tenderness and sweetness. From our selected growers in Lincolnshire.
Keep Frozen. Freeze in a four star food freezer or a three star frozen food compartment, which should be -18°C or colder. In a 2 star frozen food compartment use within one month. In a 1 star frozen food compartment use within one week. Do not refreeze after defrosting but keep cool and use within 24 hours.
Prepare & Use
Cook from frozen. For best results - boil. To boil: place peas in a saucepan of boiling water. Bring back to the boil and simmer for 3 minutes. Microwave oven: Place 250g (9oz) peas and 30ml (2tbsp) water in a microwaveable container and cover with a lid or suitable film, pierced in several places. For ovens carrying the Microwave oven symbol, cook on full power for 3 minutes for heating category B, 2 minutes for heating category D. For other microwave ovens, cook on full power for 2 minutes for 650W power rating. Stir and re-cover. Cook on full power for 3 minutes for heating category B, 2 minutes for heating category D. For other microwave ovens, cook on full power for 3 minutes for 650W power rating. Allow to stand for 1 minute. Check that the peas are piping hot throughout. If not, re-cover and heat for a further brief period
Country of Origin
Country of Packing
Waitrose Ltd br/>Bracknell
|Typical values||per 100g|
|of which sugars||2.6g|
|of which saturates||0.2g|
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