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Masterfoods Country Beef Casserole Recipe Base 175g

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    Create a wholesome crowd pleaser with MasterFoods Country Beef Casserole Recipe Base Sauce Pouch.Packed full of classic ingredients including tomatoes, red wine and onion. Just add lean beef, onion, carrot, celery and short cut bacon for a delicious meal you can enjoy as part of your daily diet. Preparation: 10 mins Cook: 30 mins Serves: 4What you'll need:Canola Oil Spray500 g Lean Beef, diced1 Onion (160 g), diced3 Carrots (300 g), peeled & diced6 Celery Sticks (240 g), sliced2 Middle Bacon Rashers (64 g), diced. 1 MasterFoods Country Beef Casserole Recipe Base1/2 cup Water (125 mL) 1 cup dry Brown RiceHow to make:1. Heat pan on medium heat. Spray with oil and cook beef until browned. 2. Add vegetables and bacon and cook until soft. 3. Add Recipe Base and water. Stir through. 4.

    Ingredients: 

    Tomatoes 74% (from Paste), Red Wine 9% (contains Sulphites), Onion 4%, Vegetable Protein Extract, Garlic, Thickener (Modified Cornstarch), Glucose Syrup, Sugar, White Wine Extract (contains Wheat), Salt, Flavour (contains Chicken), Food Acid (Citric), Pepper 0.5%, Bay Leaves, Thyme 0.5%.

    Contains:

    Sulphites & Wheat. May contain Peanuts.

    Allergen:

    Contains Wheat, May Be Present Peanuts, Contains Sulphites

    Best Before 19/04/2021
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