La Chaiseronne - Stewed pork with Isigny AOP cream

Stewed pork with Isigny AOP cream

La Chaiseronne
€12.80

(€17.07 /KG)

Tax included

Discover the pork stew with Isigny AOP cream from La Chaiseronne, butcher's shop in the south of the Channel, in Brécey, in Normandy.

Pork stew with Isigny AOP cream is a traditional dish of Norman cuisine, as our grandmother cooked it in her casserole dish.

Resulting from artisanal know-how since 1980, the pork is raised in the Manche with a diet without GMOs or antibiotics.

Accompanied by tender carrots, tender potatoes and tasty mushrooms, the pork stew with Isigny AOP cream reveals all the richness of local Normandy products.

Cooked with Brécey cider and enhanced with Isigny AOP cream, this dish will introduce you to all the Normandy and gourmet flavors.

Prepare the pork stew with Isigny AOP cream in just a few minutes, reheat it gently over low heat or in the microwave, then enjoy without moderation!

The pork stew with Isigny AOP cream is a real delight for 2 to 3 guests.

Pork stew with Isigny AOP cream from La Chaiseronne and many other French local specialties are available in our selection of Cannery. Enjoy your tasting!


Capacity : 0.75kg

Advice

Simple and quick, reheat the pork stew with Isigny AOP cream over low heat or in the microwave. To be enjoyed by 2 or 3 guests. Enjoy your meal!

Composition

Pork from Normandy (France) raised in barley flour and pork belly smoked in bacon bits from Normandy (France) 46%, cooking broth, carrots, potatoes, Brecean cider (sulphites), mushrooms, onions, shallots, 2% AOP Isigny cream (milk), cider vinegar (sulphites), modified starch, salt, sugar, pepper

Nutritional value per 100g expand_more expand_less

Energy: 130 kcal / 570 kJ, fat: 8.7g, of which saturated fatty acids: 2.9g, carbohydrates: 6.2g, of which sugars: 2.1g, protein: 12.7g, salt: 1.3g

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