£1.15£3.83 per kg
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Product life guaranteed for 4 days excluding delivery day, with an average of 5 days.
|Typical Values||(microwaved) per 100g||(microwaved) per 1/2 pack (149g)||per 1/2 pack (149g) %RI||your RI*|
|of which saturates||0.7g||1g||5%||20g|
|of which sugars||0.8g||1.2g||1%||90g|
|*Reference intake of an average adult (8400kJ/2000kcal) (RI)|
|Contains 2 portions|
Cooking appliances vary. These instructions are given as a guide. Please ensure that the product is piping hot throughout before serving. Packaging is not suitable for oven heating. Please refer to heating guidelines. Not suitable for oven heating from frozen. Do not reheat.
During heating, the packaging may become flexible. Leave on a plate at all times during the reheating and stirring process. Handle carefully to avoid scalding. Packaging will regain strength on standing. When removing the film after heating, do so with caution as hot steam may escape.; Microwave - From Frozen. Remove sleeve and pierce film several times. Place on a microwavable plate and heat on full power for 2 minutes 30 seconds (Cat E/850W, Cat D/750W). Peel back film, add 1 tablespoon of water to the rice and stir well. Re-cover and heat for a further 2 minutes (Cat E/850W), 2 minutes 30 seconds (Cat D/750W). Allow to stand for 1 minute. Remove film and stir well.; Microwave - From Chilled. Remove sleeve and pierce film several times. Place on a microwavable plate and heat on full power for 2 minutes (Cat E/850W), 2 minutes 30 seconds (Cat D/750W). Allow to stand for 1 minute. Remove film and stir well.; Oven cook - From Frozen. Defrost thoroughly before heating and follow guidelines from chilled.; Oven cook - From Chilled. Pre-heat oven to 190°C/375°F/Gas Mark 5. Remove sleeve and peel back film. Decant product into an ovenproof dish of a similar size and cover with foil. Place on a baking tray in the centre of the oven and heat for 25 minutes. Allow to stand for 1 minute. Remove foil and stir well.
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (13)
Really poor practically tasteless. No signs that it has ever been near an egg or even fried. It's essentially boiled rice and a few peas
would not eat if last food on earth
Consistency of gruel, flavour of death. Awful.
i agree had a very nice texture however was bland.
difficult to fathom why all the calories
it's not as nice as the sticky Thai rice, made an excellent filler for the dogs dinner, or holes in cavity walls.. perhaps one could use this to defend oneself, lobbing a pot of this may of been a reason for its creation, for I've never tasted anything so nothing.. so how do you get the calories? baffling,
Will stick to plain rice from now on
I truly dislike this, so 3-stars is the best I can do. I threw away the first pack as soon as I tasted the first forkful, then I gave away the other one I'd bought. However, if I'd read the ingredients list I wouldn't have bought it (I didn't because I used to like it, but I should have checked the ingredients were the still same). With that in mind, marking it down further seemed wrong as there are probably more who prefer this recipe to the old one. I didn't expect onion, garlic, ginger and sesame oil in what I thought would contain rice, peas, egg and cooking oil, but I got onion which I hate, garlic I don't mind garlic but I avoid it when meeting people who dislike garlic-breath over them when I talk. Then there was a flavour I really didn't like but couldn't tell what it was: it turned out to be the blend of ginger and sesame oil. I don't mind ginger, but I dislike sesame, so when the onion, garlic, ginger and sesame oil were mixed it made it totally unpalatable for me.