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Delmaine Three Cheese & Spinach Tortellini

300g

Tortellini is the most popular of the filled pasta shapes, particularly in NZ. Normally boiled, tortellini is great as a baked dish as well. Cheese and Spinach is a popular combination that works well with many of our Delmaine pasta sauces.

  • No Artificial colours or flavours
  • Made with free range egg
  • Suitable for vegetarians
  • Quick ideas; Mix with cooked cubed pumpkin and serve with Alfredo sauce, topped with toasted sesame and pumpkin seeds. Serve with sundried tomatoes, wilted spinach and Cipriani sauce. Bake with Alfredo sauce mixed with a small tin of tuna in olive oil.
  • Contains wheat and/or grain products containing gluten.

COOKING INFORMATION

Cook pasta in plenty of boiling water. If fresh, cook for 5 minutes; if frozen, cook for 6 minutes. Product must be fully cooked before eating.

  • Delmaine Code: 00246
  • Size: 300g
  • Pack Size: 6
  • Country of Origin: NZ
  • Storage Conditions: Pasta will stay fresh until its use by date if kept sealed and refrigerated below 4C. Cook or freeze before the use by date. Once opened, use within 3 days. May be kept frozen for 3 months. Cook from frozen.
  • Best Before/Use By: Use By
  • Unopened Shelf Life: 84
  • Open Shelf Life: 3 days

INGREDIENTS

Durum Wheat Semolina, Wheat Flour, Cheese (16%) (Cheddar (6%), Parmesan (6%), Feta (3.5%), Cheese Powder) [Milk, Salt, Starch, Cellulose, Cultures, Rennet, Lipase, Rice Flour], Breadcrumbs [Wheat Flour, Salt, Sugar, Yeast], Water, Spinach (9%) (Leaf, Powder), Egg (4.5%) [Water, Free Range Egg Powder], Cream (from Milk), Vegetable Oil (Rapeseed), Onion, Salt, Yeast Extract, Garlic, Onion Bouillon (Contains Wheat & Barley), Black Pepper, Natural Colour (E141).

NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION

Serving Size: 150g (uncooked) Servings per Pack: 2

Average Quantity Per Serving Per 100g
ENERGY 1750kJ 1170kJ
PROTEIN 17.4g 11.6g
FAT, TOTAL 13.8g 9.2g
SATURATED 6.0g 4.0g
CARBOHYDRATE 53.4g 35.6g
SUGARS 1.9g 1.2g
SODIUM 929mg 620mg

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