Organic Cottage Pie 680G
Organic cottage pie topped with mashed potato. Slow cooked grass pastured beef in rich bone broth & tomato sauce, topped with buttered mashed potato. Perfect with steamed seasonal vegetables.
Serves two people.
Daylesford Signatures have been inspired by some of our favourite recipes. This brand new range of four handmade meals are perfect for easy suppers and taste just like homemade.
THIS PRODUCT HAS A minimum 2 DAY SHELF LIFE
OVEN BAKE IN 45 MINUTES
Pre-heat oven to 180˚C. Remove film, and place wooden container onto a baking tray.
Cook for 45 minutes or until golden & piping hot. Not suitable for microwave cooking.
To be used as a guideline only, appliances may vary.
COOKING FROM FROZEN
Suitable for home freezing. Please ensure the product is completely defrosted before cooking.
Mashed Potato (49%), minced beef (20%), onion, tomato (6.7%), carrot (5.6%), celery, water*, milk, tomato puree, rapeseed oil, wheat flour with added (calcium carbonate*, iron*, niacin*, thiamin*), Worcester Sauce (spirit vinegar, water*, raw cane sugar, molasses, sea salt*, date syrup, caramel syrup, chilli powder, garlic, cloves), butter (milk) (0.13%), vegetable stock (sea salt*, maize maltodextrin, rice flour, vegetables, (onion, carrot, parsnip), yeast extract*, sunflower oil, parsley, turmeric), salt*, black pepper. *Non-Organic.
ALLERGY ADVICE: see ingredients in bold. May contain traces of small bones.
Typical values per 100g/per 340g serving
Energy 552kJ/1877kJ 132kcal/446kcal
of which saturates 2.4g/8.2g
of which sugars* 2.4g/8.2g
*Contains naturally occuring sugars
Keep refrigerated below 5˚C. Freeze on day of purchase and use within 1 month.
This cardboard is printed with vegetable-based inks and is fully recyclable. The wooden tray is sustainably grown and fully biodegradable and compostable. The plastic film is not currently recyclable. We are always looking for more sustainable packaging and will replace this plastic with a recyclable, reusable or compostable alternative when it becomes available.
Any kitchen scraps are composted or given to local farmers to feed livestock.