Eggplant Parmiggiana

$12.50
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SKU:
M03
Availability:
gluten free, egg free, nut free, wheat free
Weight:
350.00 Grams
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Eggplant coated in rice crumbs and shallow fried till golden, then layered with mozzarella, parmesan and home-made Napoli sauce

Ingredients

Eggplant, rice crumbs [100% baked brown rice], rice flour, garlic powder, sun-flower oil, parmesan [milk, salt, tapioca, starter cultures, enzymes], mozzarella [milk, salt, starter culture, enzyme (non-animal rennet), anti-caking agent (460)], Napoli sauce (crushed tomato [tomatoes, tomato juice, acidity regulator (330)], garlic, olive oil, onion, basil, sea salt, sugar, spices), cultured dextrose.

Contains Milk

Please note that while every care is made to prevent gluten in our product, we are ultimately not a 100% gluten free environment.

Nutritional information

  Per Serving (350g)Per 100g
Energy 1542.64 kJ
367.29Cal
440.755 kJ
104.94 Cal
Protein 16.78 g 4.796 g
Fat, Total 10.15 g 2.901 g
- Saturated 4.99g 1.427 g
Carbohydrate 50.20g 14.342 g
- Sugars 5.00 g 1.429 g
Sodium 1234.66 mg 352.76 mg

All specified values are averages only.

Heating instructions

Ready to heat & serve.

Microwave: remove plastic packaging & microwave on high for 4 mins.

Oven: preheat oven to 180°C, remove plastic packaging & heat for 20 mins.

Storage instructions

Refrigerate below 4°C. Consume within 24 hours of opening.

Freeze for up to 3 months. If frozen, thaw in refrigerator for 24 hours before consuming.

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  • 5
    YUM SLISH DELISH..

    Posted by Lilly Anoneavic on 27 Feb 2020

    Love ALL food from Veggie To Go.. As I am a lazy and NOT a good cook, I let Veggie To Go Cook and Deliver tasty food to me. Amen, xxxxxxx

  • 4
    Really yummy

    Posted by Tee on 18 May 2015

    I really enjoyed this, it was so incredibly easy to throw in the oven after getting home. Add some extra veg or salad and it's a great meal. Tasty, tasty, tasty!

  • 4
    Great with a salad

    Posted by Ej on 3 Dec 2014

    These are pretty tasty. I would recommend pan frying them, or grilling them though so they are not soggy.

  • 4
    Very satisfying

    Posted by Keti on 22 May 2014

    Very tasty, great texture, surprisingly filling, can easily share between two people with a side salad...best coked in the oven for a crisper finish