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Ostrich burgers

  • Sourced from South Africa

  • A great source of Protein

  • Partially cooked to lock in moisture, nutrients and flavour

  • Over 93% Ostrich Meat

  • 2 in a 240g pack

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Stock Code: MOSBUFP51

£2.11
£1.75
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Ostrich (93.5%), Water, Wheat Flour (Gluten), Maize Starch, Stabiliser E170, Raising Agent E503, Salt, Pepper

Allergy Advice: For all allergens, see ingredients in BOLD

WARNING! Although every care has been taken to remove bones, some may remain.

Values of cooked product Product (Per 100g)
Energy (kJ) 627
Energy (kcal) 149
Fat (g) 4.3
of which Saturates (g) 1.8
Carbohydrates (g) 3.5
of which Sugars (g) <0.1
Fibre (g) 0.2
Protein (g) 23.9
Salt (g) 0.49

For best results pan fry from frozen. The following instructions are guidelines only. Ensure that the product is piping hot, thoroughly cooked and no pink colour remains before serving. Do NOT refreeze after defrosting.

PAN FRY from Frozen

  • Remove from all packaging.
  • Heat a little oil in a frying pan over a medium heat.
  • Fry burgers over a low to medium heat for 18 minutes.
  • Turn occasionally, reduce heat if necessary.

Should this product defrost, keep refrigerated and consume within 24 hours. Keep frozen at -18°C. Best before date indicated on the pack.

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Ostrich burgers

Tried these for the first time today and will definitely be buying again. Very lean and tasty. Maybe a little to many spices.

Delicious!

Recommended by a friend for dietry reasons, these are tasty and good for you all at the same time. Makes a pleasant change from tinned fish! Shame they can't be obtained in any local supermarkets despite them being listed on some of the web sites.