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Perard du Touquet - Lobster Bisque De Hombard 780g jar
Perard du Touquet - Lobster Bisque De Hombard 780g jar

Perard Lobster Soup (780g Serves 3) Recommended

£9.95

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Description

A delicious (100% natural) lobster soup prepared by Perard in Le Touquet, Northern France.

Awarded “Label Rouge” status in 2010 – a sort of “order of merit” for very high quality fine foods – this lobster soup has great depth of flavour and is really really good!

Perard lobster soup simply requires warming gently in a saucepan and makes a delicious French starter for three.

Add optional fried bread croutons (you can rub a garlic clove into these) and rouille and grated Emmental cheese.

Gluten free and 2 years life.

Ingredients

Water, lobster, fish, tomato, salt, corn starch, modified corn starch, pepper, fennel, star anise, anise, paprika, garlic, thyme, natural flavor: yeast extract.

Product details

Storage:

Store in a cupboard and once open store in a fridge and consume within 3 days.

Shelf Life:

2 Years.

Dietary Information:

Gluten free and wheat free. Egg free. Lactose free. Nut free.

Nutritional Info:

Per 100g : 217 kJ (52 kcal) Fat : 2.2g of which saturated : 0.46g / Carbohydrates : 3.6g of which sugars : 0.5g / Protein : 4.4g / Salt : 1.05g

Cooking Preparation Tips

Simple requires warming gently in a saucepan and goes well with fried bread croutons rubbed with fresh garlic and rouille.

Another way to enjoy this soup is to add a little fresh cream prior to serving to give it a certain veloute.

You can also make a bouillabaisse by adding pieces of white fish, prawns and mussels as you warm your soup.

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