FieldGoods, Dauphinoise Potatoes
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Why we love this
Finely sliced potato gratin is baked in a creamy sauce of garlic, black pepper and very good cream. Topped with loads of cheese for the perfect side dish.
We LOVE serving FieldGoods, Dauphinoise Potatoes alongside a fabulous grass fed beef steak, or with a really indulgent weekend roast. This is proper hassle free food that is full of flavour.
Founders of FieldGoods, Sam and Elliot Day grew up on a farm in Devon, igniting their passion for properly sustainable ingredients. Their mission is to make amazing comfort food from carefully-sourced, sustainable produce to be enjoyed at your dinner table.
The trays and sleeves of FieldGoods meals are made from responsibly sourced plant-based materials, so they can be chucked onto your compost pile or into your food bin, and will become plant food before you know it. You can also give them a wash and pop them in your recycling.
Potatoes, Milk (DAIRY), Double Cream (DAIRY), Garlic (SULPHATES), Mature Cheddar Cheese (DAIRY), Butter (DAIRY), White Flour (GLUTEN), Salt, Black Pepper.
Made in a kitchen that handles; nuts, soya, gluten, fish, celery, mustard, sulphates.
Typical Values Per 100g Per Portion
Energy Kcal 123 221
Energy kJ 513 924
Fat (g) 7.3 13.2
Of which saturates (g) 4.6 8.2
Carbohydrates (g) 9.6 17.2
Of which sugars (g) 2.2 4.0
Protein (g) 4.3 7.7
Salt (g) 0.68 1.23
We recommend cooking from frozen.
Preheat the oven to Fan 170 ºC / Electric 190 ºC / Gas 5.
Remove the outer cardboard sleeve and pierce the film. Place on a baking tray and position in the centre of the oven. Cook for 40 – 45 mins. Leave to stand for 2 minutes and stir well before serving.
Not suitabe for microwave cooking.
Please be careful, steam may be released when removing the film lid.
All appliances vary, these are guidelines only. Ensure food is piping hot before serving.
How to store
FieldGoods meals will arrive frozen and should be stored in the freezer.
If they have thawed slightly during their journey they are absolutely fine to place in the freezer.
Once fully defrosted, store in the fridge and eat within 48 hours.
Use By date is printed on the back of pack.
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