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Haricots Lingots (840g)
Cooked Cassoulet Beans
Ready to use cooked lingot beans cooked in a flavoursome sauce identical to the sauce used in cassoulet.
Lingot beans can be useful for those who enjoy adding more lingots beans with your cassoulet.
Also delicious served as a side dish to accompany Sunday roast.
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|Storage:||Store in a cupboard. Once open store in a fridge and consume within 7 days.|
|Shelf Life:||3 Years.|
|Dietary Information:||Gluten free and wheat free. Nut free. Egg free. Lactose free.|
|Nutritional Information:||Per 100g : 467 kJ (112 kcal) Fat : 4.8g of which saturated : 1.7g / Carbohydrates : 7.9g of which sugars : 0.7g / Protein : 5.3g / Salt : 0.9g|
Lingot beans, goose fat, tomatoes, garlic, salt, pepper.
Cooking Preparation Tips
Simply pour contents into a saucepan and warm gently.
Or you can prepare your own cassoulet by cooking your own charcuterie (chorizo goes well) and duck confit and adding this to the lingot beans.
You can also gently fry some shallots, add a cup of white wine when golden brown and add to the rest of your dish for even better results.
Also optional, 50ml of tomato sauce and half a cup of chicken stock! You can experiment!
Very many thanks for the speedy delivery and especially for the gift of the lamb stock.
Coincidentally I found a recipe for a tasty-looking lamb tagine in my newspaper this week which I want to try which includes lamb stock!
All the best,