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Lamb Neck 1kg

Neck of lamb is a becoming more popular and can be found sold in supermarkets at a premium! However, when purchased from an independent butcher they represent greater value.

These neck chops are cut up and ready to drop into the pot. Expect to receive even coloured meat with a layer of fat running through it.

Lamb neck can be fried, grilled or roasted but typically it is used in recipes for lamb neck soup.

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SKU: LFB-LAMNE-1KG
£10.22
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Ingredients

Lamb

Storage

Must Be Refrigerated

Supplied by

R. Andrew's (Quality Meats) Ltd

Return to

457 Bromley Road

Kent

BR1 4PH

Net Content 1kg

Nutrition

Typical Values

per 100g

Energy

235kcal

Fat

17.6g

of which saturates

8.3g

Carbohydrate

0g

of which sugars

0g

Protein

18.4g

Salt

0g


Ingredients

Lamb

Storage

Must Be Refrigerated

Supplied by

R. Andrew's (Quality Meats) Ltd

Return to

457 Bromley Road

Kent

BR1 4PH

Net Content 1kg

Nutrition

Typical Values

per 100g

Energy

235kcal

Fat

17.6g

of which saturates

8.3g

Carbohydrate

0g

of which sugars

0g

Protein

18.4g

Salt

0g

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