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Satay Beef

Tender pieces of beef, with a variety of fresh, hand-cut vegetables in a rich, sweet satay sauce.

Good Source of Protein
Low Fat
Low Sugar

Sizes Available

Nutrition Information

Servings per kilo:

5

Serving size:

200g

Average Quantity per Serving
Average Quantity per Serving 100g
Energy
731.0 kJ
366.0 kJ
Protein
16.7 g
8.4 g
Fat, total
7.1 g
3.6 g
– saturated
3.0 g
1.5 g
Carbohydrate
10.1 g
5.0 g
– sugars
4.5 g
2.3 g
Sodium
721.0 mg
361.0 mg

Ingredients

Beef (33%), Celery, Onions, Capsicum, Salt, Sugar, Sesame Oil, Curry Powder, Peanut Butter, Satay Sauce (Soy Sauce, Soy Bean, Wheat Flour, Caramel, Spring Onion, Garlic, Shrimp, Chilli), Creamed Coconut, Vegetable Oil, Canola Oil, Starch, Bicarbonate Soda, Flavour (Salt, Sugar, Maize Starch, Flavour Enhancer (621), Hydrolysed Vegetable Protein (Soy), Dehydrated Vegetables, Dextrose, Spices, Food Acid (330)).

Allergen

Gluten, Soy, Peanuts, Sesame, Seafood, Milk Products.

May Be Present

Egg, Crustaceans.

Cooking Instructions

Results may vary according to the appliance used and portion sizes. Please adjust cooking times and temperatures if necessary.

Store at or below -18°C
Boil in Bag from Frozen
  1. Place unopened and unpunctured sachet in a pot of hot or boiling water.
  2. Bring water to boiling point and simmer for approximately 18 minutes (less heating time if product is thawed).
  3. Remove sachet from pot cut with scissors half way across the top, and serve.
Microwave from Thawed (Based on 1000MW Microwave)
  1. Remove contents from bag and transfer to a microwave dish or container.
  2. Cover the meal with a microwave dish and heat on high power for 5 minutes. Carefully stir meal, then heat on high for a further 3 minutes or until hot.
Stir Fried from Frozen and Thawed (Heating time will differ between the two)
  1. Empty contacts into pan and heat slowly.
  2. Stir frequently until hot.
Note: Heating instructions are provided as a guide only.