Frozen New Zealand Small Lamb Shanks Sold Per kg
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|Description||Various Brands Frozen Newzealand Small Lamb Shanks Price Per kg|
|Kcal||201Kcal Per 100g raw on average|
|Kj||912Kj Per 100g raw on average|
|Fat (g)||13.5g Per 100g raw on average|
|Of which saturates (g)||5.8g Per 100g raw on average|
|Carbohydrate (g)||0.0g Per 100g raw on average|
|Of which sugars (g)||0.0g Per 100g raw on average|
|Salt (g)||< 0.1g Per 100g raw on average|
|Protein (g)||18.6g Per 100g raw on average|
|Fibre (g)||0.0g Per 100g raw on average|
|Ingredients||Lamb Shank (100%).|
|Country of Origin|
|Storage||Storage Keep frozen. For star marked freezers. * Up to 1 week ** Up to 1 month *** (-18°c) Up to 3 months **** (-18°c) Until best before date Once defrosted, do not refreeze.|
|Cooking Guidelines||When it comes to cooking, the key is to take your time. Lamb shanks are a very tough cut and need to be cooked slowly for a period of time. The fats and sinews in this cut need to render down, making for beautifully tender meat that’s full of flavour. You can cook it low and slow for up to 8 hours which is great for slow cookers. Or you can cook it higher for around 2 hours in the oven.|
|Usage Statements||For best before see packaging.|
|Allergen Advice||Contains allergens= None.|