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Swordfish Polpette

Regular price €7.95

GF / SF / 532 Cal in a 350g Portion

Polpette made with fish is typical street food in Sicily. We've chosen some top-quality swordfish for ours and combined them with lemon zest, cinnamon, toasted pine kernels, and fresh mint. They come in a sweet and sour tomato sauce that we make from scratch in the kitchen. Serve them up Sicilian style with some of our oven-ready fries from our potato sides or on their own as a starter.

Ingredients

Swordfish (Fish), Gluten-Free Panko Breadcrumb, Pine Nuts, Parmesan Cheese (Milk), Fresh Mint, Organic Lemon Zest, Ground Cinnamon, Sea Salt, Black pepper, Piquant Tomato Sauce [Chopped Tomato, Olive Oil, Red Wine Vinegar (Sulphites), Garlic, Parsley, Oregano, Sea Salt, Black Pepper]

Last updated 01/02/22

Nutrition & Portions Explained

A 350g portion is appropriate for a healthy & active adult with a good appetite or maybe for two lighter eaters to share.


Serving suggestion

Serve them up Sicilian style with some of our oven-ready fries from our potato sides or on their own as a starter.

Cooking  Instructions

These cooking instructions are only a guide. Your appliance may have a different set of power ratings. Adjust accordingly. Make sure your food is piping hot (>70ºC) before serving.

For best results use your conventional oven

Conventional fan oven:

From Frozen: Preheat your oven to 180°C. Remove the cellophane and place the tray in the oven. Cook for at least 25/30 minutes or until the meatballs are piping hot at the centre.
Defrosted: As above but reduce time to 15/20 minutes

Microwave:

From Frozen: Pierce the cellophane and place the tray in the oven on low power or defrost setting for about 12 minutes. Check how hot the meatballs are and return on high heat for 1/2 minutes if need be
Defrosted: As above but reduce time to 3/4

Store at <-18ºC  
If defrosted, refrigerate at <5°C  & eat within 24hrs

Allergens

Milk, Sulphites.

*Pine Kernels are botanically classed as fruit and are not considered as being part of the category ‘nuts and products thereof’ by the Food Safety Authority of Ireland.

*As many of our dishes as possible are made without the most common allergens, for instance, we use cornflour instead of wheat flour in our sauces. While we make dishes that are wheat, nut and dairy free, we do handle these products in our Kitchen. So if you have a Clinical Diagnosis of Coeliac Disease or other allergies, you need to exercise care in your choices. Please get in touch with us if you have any specific dietary requirements.

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