Mild coconut curry flavoured jackfruit, delicious in buddha bowls or with rice.
What is Jackfruit?
Jackfruit is the world's largest and heaviest tree borne fruit. Once you get through its spiky shell, young jackfruit has a meat-like texture that resembles shredded chicken, beef or pork when cooked.
It can take on whatever flavour it is paired with, making it an unbelievably convincing alternative to meat. Being naturally low in sugars and a source of dietary fibre, jackfruit is truly a wholesome choice.
MEAT FREE ALTERNATIVES
Eat jackfruit, help the planet!
NEW. Eat Wholesome sustainably grown jackfruit meat alternatives are marinated in herbs, spices and coconut for a truly meaty flavour and texture. With 100% natural ingredients, they are all organic, gluten free, soy-free, vegan and ready in less than 10 minutes!
Ingredients: Young Jackfruit* (55%), Coconut Milk* (20%), Purified Water, Spices* (Turmeric* (3%), Cumin*, Cinnamon*, Coriander*, Lemongrass*, Cardamom*, Ginger*), Onion*, Garlic*, Curry Leaves* (0.9%), Sea Salt, *Organic
Allergen Information: Free From Gluten, Free From Soya
Dietary Information: Suitable for Vegans, Organic, No Added Sugar
Preparation and Usage
How to cook
Remove jackfruit from pouch and add to a pan at medium heat. To prevent sticking, stir occasionally and cook for 8-10 minutes or until the jackfruit starts to brown.
Add cooked jackfruit to burger bun with salad leaves, sliced tomato and avocado. Optional: Add gherkins or sauerkraut for extra deliciousness. Serve immediately.
Add cooked jackfruit to warm tortilla with sliced avocado, black beans and shredded red cabbage. Top with 1 tsp natural vegan yoghurt. Optional: Top with chopped coriander.
Add cooked jackfruit to bowl with rice, sliced avocado, salad leaves, shredded carrots and roasted chick peas. Top with chopped spring onions. Mix and enjoy.
Refrigerate after opening and best eaten within 3 days.
|Typical Values||Per 100g|
|Energy||652 kJ / 155,8 kcal|
|of which saturates||6 g|
|of which sugars||2,2 g|