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Certified Organic Vegetable Minestrone Soup (1.2kg)

Auga
ST426

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Description

You get 3 convenient 400g packs, that's a total of 1.2kg (2.6lbs) of ready-to-eat 100% organic vegetable minestrone soup for the whole family. Pre-cooked. Heat, season and serve only. Minestrone goes very well with our organic chicken products such as chicken breast and chicken thighs. You can add pasta or beans to the minestrone soup to make it a hearty meal. This is a high-quality product usually only found at high-end restaurants. No additives, no artificial ingredients. Allergen-free, gluten-free, palm oil-free, GMO-free, lactose-free. Rich in taste and thick in consistency all-natural soup. All ingredients are certified organic from Europe. Only fresh, locally grown and carefully selected vegetables are used.

Our Minestrone soup is made from 9 kinds of organic vegetables - carrots, cabbage, potatoes, green beans, peas, paprika, onions, leeks, and tomatoes. Lightly pre-seasoned with Italian spices. The usual serving size is 200g, one pack easily serves 1-2. 

The pack comes frozen and can be defrosted in hot water within a few minutes. Pour contents into a large pot and season with sea salt and freshly ground pepper to your liking - be easy on the black pepper. By adding pasta or mixed beans (red kidney and chickpeas) you will create a full meal. See the cooking instructions below.



Contents

Contents 3 packs
Weight 400g per pack / total of 1.2kg (2.6lbs)
Serves Serves 3-6

Shipping & Handling

Shipping Shipping and delivery is frozen.
Handling Keep frozen or chilled.
Defrosting Time In the fridge: approx. 24h
In ice-water: 1 hour
Expiration Usually around 6 months. Please see labels attached.

 

Details

Ingredients organic carrots, organic cabbage, organic potatoes, organic beans, organic peas, organic paprika, organic onions, organic leeks, organic tomato paste, organic rapeseed oil, salt, organic sugar, organic rice flour, organic garlic powder, organic basil, organic marjoram, organic oregano, organic black pepper
Country of Origin Lithuania (Europe)
Packaging Non-resealable vacuum bag
Cooked/Uncooked Fully cooked, ready to eat. Heating, salt and pepper seasoning required before serving.
Nutritional Information Nutritional Values Per 100g

Energy: 45kcal/ 188kJ
Protein: 1.0g
Fat: 1.8g
Carbohydrate: 7.3g
Salt: 0.7g

 

Minestrone Soup Recipe Instructions

Organic Minestrone Soup

You can heat the soup while it is in the package. Remove the pack from the freezer and place it in a large enough pot with boiling water. Depending on the temperature it should take 10-15 min to defrost the soup. 

Organic Minestrone Soup

Once defrosted, open the pack and pour the contents into an empty pot. Heat up to the boiling point and then simmer while continuously stirring. Taste the soup and slowly add sea salt and freshly ground pepper - be easy on the pepper. Continue until the taste of the soup is to your liking. 

Organic Minestrone Soup

Optionally you can add pasta (pre-cook first) or a mix of (pre-cooked) beans. This will make a hearty minestrone full meal. Serve while hot. 


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They don’t go well with spaghetti sauces

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Finally a nice breakfast sausage in Japan

Coming from the west one tends to do without when it comes to certain traditional foods. This is the best breakfast sausage I have tasted in years. The bonus is that you can make a perfectly sized patty out of two sausages for the perfect egg and sausage sandwich.

I will be ordering again!

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They’re easy to eat because they’re skinless! The herbal scent is amazing!

Translated from Japanese: They’re naturally without skin, but these are soft and easy to eat. It has just the right amount of salt and you can smell the herbs well. At times when you don’t want to eat more than two sausages, if you just cut open the package, you can conveniently separate them in their frozen state.
Without oil, I slowly cooked them with their own oils and eggs. It was extremely delicious!
I want to stock up on them in my freezer.
I need to buy a bigger freezer!!!

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Translated from Japanese: It was delicious. Although these kind of sausages are usually very salty, these were just right.

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Delicious!

Delicious product! Easy to make a quick and tasty meal!

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Better than anything I found in the supermarkets

I was lucky enough to try these earlier and they were fantastic. Both variants are really excellent better than anything you can find in your supermarket.

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These sausages, that are carefully made, are amazing!

Translated from Japanese: They’re big and the meat very delicious. I think that safe and organic sausages at this price where you also know the origin of the ingredients are too cheap.
After boiling the whole bag, I cooked them and ate them with grain mustard. I was very satisfied with one pack, so I think it's okay to use about two.

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Very meaty!

Translated from Japanese: They were really good!
I boiled and cooked them it in a frying pan and left no bite behind!
The taste of the meat was solid and the aroma of the herbs used was wonderful.
I want to buy them again. I wondered if four are enough, but because they’re so big, two people could each enjoy 3 pieces.
I’m very satisfied!

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Translated from Japanese: They’re filling. A solid meal was completed with one pack. Not only are they juicy, but the herb scent is also authentic, and they were well received by my family! I want to order again.

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Translated from Japanese: Some people may find it difficult to just boil them. I like herbs so I liked the scent. I wasn't used to the texture, so when I cut and cooked them until crispy in a frying pan, they looked like hamburgers and were very delicious. If you add a lot of garlic and put them in tomato sauce, they go well with pasta.

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Translated from Japanese: The raw sausage felt like it was packed with meat, and it was filling. I think it's a sausage that the experts likes. It was so delicious that I kept remembering eating it even days after. Thank you.