Field Fresh Peas & Supersweet Sweetcorn


Field Fresh Peas & Supersweet Sweetcorn


Upgrade dinner times with Birds Eye Peas and Sweetcorn! Two of the nation's most beloved veggies, our frozen peas and sweetcorn work in delicious harmony to bring a splash of colour and goodness to your meal.

Bursting with flavour and nutrients, our peas and sweetcorn are picked and turned into frozen veg within hours to create the perfect taste. 

Try serving this mixed veg alongside fish fingers and mashed potato for a weekday tea or adding our peas and sweetcorn to your favourite pasta dish for a little natural sweetness. Delicious.

 

Preparation

To retain more vitamins, MICROWAVE STRAIGHT FROM THE FREEZER.

  • For 1 serving.
  • Place the Peas and Supersweet Sweetcorn in a microwavable bowl.
  • Add 15ml (1tbsp) water and cover.
  • Microwave on Full Power for: 700W, 3 1/2 mins. 800W, 3 mins. 900W, 2 1/2 mins
  • Drain and serve.
  • Season to taste.
Alternatively, Boil From Frozen
  
  • Place in pan.
  • Add sufficient boiling water to cover.
  • Bring back to the boil.
  • Cover and simmer for 3 mins.
  • Drain and serve.
  • Season to taste.

- Please ensure food is cooked until piping hot.
- These instructions are guidelines only.
- Do Not refreeze after defrosting.
Caution: Do not eat raw, cook before consumption.



Storage Instructions

Store in a freezer at -18ºC or cooler


Ingredient Declaration

Peas (70%)
Sweetcorn (30%)



Please, check the ingredients and nutritional values for possible changes on the packaging. Allergens are highlighted in the ingredient list.



Allergen information

None.



Other

Nutritional Information - Adult

Nutritional Information Per 100g:
Nutritional Information Per Serving:
Energy
 (kJ)
307
 kJ
507
 kJ
Carbohydrate
10
 g
17
 g
of which
 sugars
4.4
 g
7
 g
Fibre
 Dietary
4.9
 g
7.9
 g
Protein
4.2
 g
6.7
 g
Vitamin C
12
 mg
19
 mg
Energy
 (kcal)
73
 kcal
121
 kcal
Fat
0.7
 g
1.1
 g
of which
 saturates
0.1
 g
0.2
 g

Nutrition & Reference Intakes Information

Per serving microwaved provides: 

Reference intake of an average adult (8400kJ / 2000kcal)

Average values per 100g: Energy 307kJ / 73kcal