Creamy white wine sauce, savory chunks of braised braised pork and wild mushrooms are served on a generous portion of curl pasta. This dish will appeal to both gourmets and those looking for the pleasure of tasting. Pure happiness to be enjoyed without moderation!
Happy Yak Braised Pork is a flavorful meal. Drizzled with a creamy wild mushroom and white wine sauce, this meal is simple and easy to prepare. It contains 40g of protein which will give you the energy you need for your activities. Pour the contents of the bag into a saucepan, cook and you're done!
Did you know?
Braising meats has been around for many years. This technique involves cooking very slowly in a covered container, cubes of pork, beef and others. If the word "braised" refers to embers, it comes from the time when the dish was cooked on it. This slow cooking tenderizes the meat and retains the aromas and all the good flavors.
Combine cold water (500 ml / serving) and the contents of the sachet and mix well. Bring to a boil while stirring. Simmer 10 minutes, stirring, over low heat. Cover, remove from heat. Leave to rest for 2 minutes.
With pan insulation
Combine cold water (500 ml / serving) and the contents of the sachet and mix well. Bring to a boil while stirring. Simmer 2 minutes over low heat, stirring. Cover, remove from heat. Let stand 12-15 minutes, stirring once or twice.
Ideally, consume within 3 years of the date of manufacture.
Weight for the sachet of 1 portion: 150 g
Weight for the bag of 2 portions: 300 g
Pasta (wheat), sauce [skim milk powder, wheat flour, corn starch and modified corn starch, modified milk ingredients, dried mushrooms, glucose solids, dextrose, yeast extract, dried onion, dehydrated blue cheese, protein of hydrolyzed soybeans, salt, dehydrated white wine (wine, wheat maltodextrin, sulphites), garlic powder, parsley, dried green onion, chicken fat, flavor, chicken, spices, sugar, coloring], freeze-dried braised pork (pork, onion, spices).
Made in a factory where there are: nuts, peanuts, sesame, egg, fish, seafood, mustard