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Breaded Mozzarella Stick 1kg

Nice flavoured, breaded mozzarella sticks.
£8.49
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LeDuc Mozzarella Sticks are perfect as an appetizer or as a side dish to complement your favorite meal. Coated in a delicious breaded batter, these cheese sticks are bursting with the savory flavor of melted mozzarella. Already pre-cooked, these sticks are easy to prepare. Simply de-frost, fry or bake, and enjoy!

Especificações dos produtos
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Ingredients Mozzarella (50%), bread crumbs (23%) [wheat flour, salt, yeast], water, sunflower oil, wheat flour, stabiliser (methylcellulose), raising agents (diphosphates, sodium carbonates).
Frozen Prepare the product from frozen. Oven (preheated): At 225 °C 18-20 min. Deep-fryer: At 175 °C 1:30 -2 min. Airfryer (preheated): At 180 °C 6 min.

LeDuc Mozzarella Sticks are perfect as an appetizer or as a side dish to complement your favorite meal. Coated in a delicious breaded batter, these cheese sticks are bursting with the savory flavor of melted mozzarella. Already pre-cooked, these sticks are easy to prepare. Simply de-frost, fry or bake, and enjoy!

Especificações dos produtos
Nome do atributo Valor do atributo
Ingredients Mozzarella (50%), bread crumbs (23%) [wheat flour, salt, yeast], water, sunflower oil, wheat flour, stabiliser (methylcellulose), raising agents (diphosphates, sodium carbonates).
Frozen Prepare the product from frozen. Oven (preheated): At 225 °C 18-20 min. Deep-fryer: At 175 °C 1:30 -2 min. Airfryer (preheated): At 180 °C 6 min.
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