Risotto Mix  - Wild Mushroom and Tarragon 100g

Risotto Mix - Wild Mushroom and Tarragon 100g

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Locally Produced Thistle Be Good Wild Mushroom and Tarragon Risotto Mix. 

The perfect balance of earthy flavours. This is a great pantry staple Risotto to have on hand for a quick and easy meal. 

It has champignons (button mushrooms) and porcini mushrooms – a beautiful combination. Eat a big bowl of this on its own or add in some chorizo mixed through – very simple but oh so tasty.

Handmade here in Aldinga.

Preservative free, gluten free, and suitable for vegetarians

How Much?

300g serves 4 as a side dish.

Single full serve is 150g (makes 450g when cooked)

Cooking Instructions:

For each serve (450g when cooked) place 1/2 tbsp olive oil, 150g risotto mix into a pan with 400ml of boiling water. Cover and bring to a boil, stirring occasionally. Reduce to a simmer, cover for 15 min stirring occasionally. Remove from heat, cover and let sit for 5 min. Stir well before serving.

To "revamp" once cooked stir in boiling water to desired consistency and reheat.

Please refrigerate after cooking and use within 48hrs.

Ingredients:

Arborio Rice, parmesan cheese, porcini and champignon mushrooms(5%), onion, garlic, vegetable stock powder, salt, tarragon (0.5%), chives and black pepper

Storage: Store in a cool dry area away from direct sunlight

Origin: Made and packed in South Australia with local and imported ingredients

Nutritional Information: Per 100g

Energy 582kJ
Protein 3.2g
Fat - Total 2.9g
Fat - Saturated 0.8g
Carbohydrate - Total 24.3g
Carbohydrate - Sugars .3g
Sodium 246mg

 

We pack a range of natural food products on shared equipment including nuts (almonds, peanuts and cashews), seeds, grains and cereals. We do our best to avoid cross contamination but need you to know that our products may contain traces of other products. 

Our suppliers also pack foods on shared equipment including sesame, peanuts, soya protein and gluten containing products. They also do their best to avoid cross contamination but it can occasionally occur.