£1.10£1.10 per kg
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FrozenSuitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||(as sold) per 100g||(as sold) per portion (80g)||per portion (80g) %RI||your RI*|
|of which saturates||0.1g||0.1g||<1%||20g|
|of which sugars||2.7g||2.2g||2%||90g|
|*Reference intake of an average adult (8400kJ/2000kcal) (RI)|
|Contains approximately 13 portions|
Add 400g of frozen button sprouts in boiling water. Bring back to the boil, cover and simmer as shown or until tender. Drain and serve.; Microwave - From Frozen. Cat E 850w 3 min
Cat D 750w 4 min
Place 80g of frozen button sprouts in a microwavable bowl and add 1 tablespoon of water. Cover and heat as shown, stir halfway. Allow to stand for 1 minute before serving.; Steam - From Frozen. 7 min
Bring steamer to the boil and add 240g of frozen button sprouts. Steam as shown or until tender. Top up water as necessary, do not allow the steamer to boil dry.
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (9)
Gorgeous green colour & very easy to cook. These are a new freezer staple for me.
Really easy to & convenient tasty sprouts
A Bit Off Colour
I wasn’t sure if they were Raw & frozen or Cooked & Frozen. I boiled them until they were to my liking with a Fork Test, but once on my Plate, I discovered that they were Purple on the inside. Not a sight I had expected, and a most unappetising sight at that !! Those on my Plate and the rest of the Bag in my Freezer went straight into the Bin !! It’ll be “Fresh Only” for me from now on.
Really good for frozen.
I prefer fresh sprouts as my memories of frozen sprouts from years ago are not good. However, based on the reviews here I decided to try these. After all, I'd nothing to lose. I was surprised how small they were and maybe this makes them easier to cook from frozen. I'd still go for fresh, but these make an excellent alternative.
Tried these because of the good reviews. Not impressed. Bitter taste, and several still had the hard bit where it had been attached to the stalk. I'll stick with fresh.