MM Hake Thermidor

Hake Thermidor; wild Atlantic hake on a bed of basmati rice and baby peas smothered in a brandy cream and mushroom sauce with steamed paprika prawns.

50g PROTEIN / 50g CARBS / < 14g FAT / 520 CALORIES

  Ingredients: Fresh hake (33%)

  Basmati rice (30%)

  Peas (3%)

  Prawn (6%)

  Thermidor sauce (28%) – onions, mushrooms, fresh oregano, cream, brandy, rock salt, white pepper, olive oil.

  Gluten Free

  ALLERGENS: Dairy, Shellfish, Fish (This product has been made in a factory that uses cow’s milk, shellfish, tree nuts, eggs & wheat)

Typical Nutritional InformationPer 100gPer 440g
Energy (kcal)114520
Protein (g)1150
Glycaemic Carbs (g)1150
   Of which is sugar (g)1.36
Total fat (g)3.315
 Of which is saturated (g)0.221
Cholesterol (mg)19.187
Dietary fibre* (g)0.73.3
Total sodium (mg)68.2310

*Method of analysis: A0AC98529

R88.00

Heating instructions for your Muscle Meal Hake Thermidor:

Defrost thoroughly before use.

  • Remove the cardboard sleeve. DO NOT PIERCE FILM. Place on a microwavable plate in the center of the microwave, at least 1cm away from the sides of the door.
  • After defrosting microwave on 100% power for 2 minutes 30 seconds, alternatively from frozen microwave on 100% power for 4 minutes 30 seconds. The film will rise creating a steam environment and the film may pop, all of which is normal.
  • Use caution when peeling back the film as steam will escape.
  • Check that food is hot throughout, if not, heat for a further brief period.

As microwaves ovens may vary, these timings are a guide only and are based on an 850-1100-watt oven.

*HOME FREEZING. FREEZE ON DAY OF PURCHASE. USE WITHIN FIVE MONTHS OF FREEZING. LEAVE OVERNIGHT IN FRIDGE TO DEFROST (USE WITHIN 5 DAYS OF DEFROSTING IF LEFT IN FRIDGE).

A PRODUCT OF SOUTH AFRICA PRODUCED IN A HACCP CERTIFIED KITCHEN.

Hake fish is one of the finest sources of essential fatty acids, protein, minerals and fat-soluble vitamins like vitamin A, E and D. It is non-oily, deep water fish, and therefore, low in calories and saturated fats; 100 g holds just 78 calories in comparison to 91 calories in halibut.

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