Mini Steak and Gravy Pies *12
  • Mini Steak and Gravy Pies *12

Mini Steak and Gravy Pies *12

£9.902021-11-28instock
Weight 1.2kg
Serves 12
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Description

A light pastry shell with a steak beef and gravy filling, topped with a puff pastry lid, made in Scotland. 

When cooked, these will turn golden brown.  Each pie is approximately 97g in weight, 65mm in diameter, 30mm in height, and ¾ filled. 

Please note :- the pastry used is fragile and we can't guarantee the condition the pies will arrive in the same condition they left in!

Refrigerated Shelf Life From Despatch Date: 4 days

 

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Nutrition guide

Nutrional Information (Per 100g)

Energy (Kcal): 260
Energy (KJ): 1088
Fat (g): 12.0
Saturated Fat (g): 5.4
Carbohydrates (g): 30.4
Sugars (g): 0.5
Protein (g): 9.3
Salt (g): 1.30

Ingredients

Beef (25%), WHEAT Flour (with Calcium, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin), water, margarine [palm & rapeseed oils, water, salt, emulsifier (E471)], gravy (10%) [maize starch, modified starch, WHEAT flour, salt, spices, onion, natural colour (E150c), dextrose], modified starch, seasoning [salt, pepper, corn flour, WHEAT flour, natural colour (E150c), flavouring], Salt, glaze [palm & rapeseed oils, MILK protein, acidity regulator (E331), emulsifiers (E475, E473), salt, natural colour (annatto)], natural colour (lutein).

 

 

Allergens

Gluten, Wheat, Milk

Allergen Information

Whilst every care has been taken to ensure product information listed on the website is correct, products could occasionally be substituted with an alternative to ensure availability meaning that ingredient, allergen and nutritional information is liable to change.

Therefore, please always read the product label for ingredient, allergen and nutritional information before consuming any products and never rely solely on the information displayed on the website.

We regularly update our product information however we are unable to accept liability for any incorrect information. This does not affect your statutory rights.

If you have any product queries please feel free to contact our Customers Services team who will be happy to help.

This information may not be reproduced in any way without the prior consent of Campbells Prime Meat Ltd

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How to cook

The timings given are a guide only as variations can occur between different appliances.

To ovenbake: remove from packaging and place on a baking tray. Heat in a pre-heated oven at 180°C, 350°F or Gas Mark 4 for approximately 15 minutes until cooked thoroughly. For fan assisted or combination ovens adjust heat according to manufacturer’s guidelines. Consume immediately, do not reheat.

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Packaging

Your meat order is kept cool in transit because we either use an insulated expanded polystyrene box, or a recyclable tough corrugated cardboard box which is foil lined and insulated with bubble wrap. Both boxes are leak-proof and sturdy.

To keep your delivery cool, it is packed along with specially designed ice packs. Our ice packs are made with a frozen water-based gel, which keeps the meat at the correct temperature for up to 48 hours. When the ice does melt, it stays as a gel, which prevents the delivery becoming wet.

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