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Tomato relish, pickled vegetables, 160 g.

Description

Make your dishes stand out with this tomato relish from Nicolas Vahé. Hints of mustard, lemon, pepper, onion, and vinegar are evident in each spoonful. It might sound complex, but these flavours come together to create the right balance between sweet and spicy notes. Use the relish as a surprising twist to your burger or hot dog as an alternative to your everyday ketchup. It will make an equally fine companion to your Mexican-style dishes. Mixed with mayo, the relish makes a delicious dip for your grilled meat. 

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Additional information

Item ID

160830106

Price (RRP)

50.00 DKK / 73.00 SEK / 68.00 NOK / 7.00 EUR / 6.00 GBP

Ingredients
Sugar. water. vinegar. tomato paste (12%). pickled cucumber (11%) (cucumber. sugar. water. vinegar. salt. preservatives (potassium sorbate. sodium benzoate)). pickled onion (8%) (onion. sugar. water. vinegar. salt. preservatives (potassium sorbate. sodium benzoate)). red pepper (1%). salt. spices. acidity regulator (citric acid). mustard flour. preservatives (potassium sorbate. sodium benzoate).
Nutrition
Energy (KJ): 593 / Energy (kcal): 140 / Fat (g): 0.6 / Carbohydrates (g): 30 - of which sugars (g): 24 / Fibre (g): 1.0 / Protein (g): 2.0 / Salt (g): 2.0

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