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Roasted carrots and parsnips


Roasted carrots and parsnips are a delightful and flavorful side dish that is both visually appealing and delicious. Carrots and parsnips belong to the same family, and when roasted, they develop a rich sweetness that is enhanced by the caramelization process. Please note, this dish is suitable for vegetarian, plant-based, gluten-free and lactose-free diets.


Each Ptn contains
Energy
378kJ
90kcal
4.51%
Fat
4.8g
6.79%
Saturates
0.4g
2.1%
Sugars
5.9g
6.6%
Salt
0.27g
4.5%
of an adult's reference intake
Typical values (as sold) per 100g: Energy 356kJ / 85kcal
Nutritional Information
TYPICAL VALUES Per 100g Per Ptn % RI*
Per Ptn
Energy 356kJ
85kcal
378kJ
90kcal
4.51%
Fat 4.5g 4.8g 6.79%
of which Saturates 0.4g 0.4g 2.1%
Carbohydrate 8g 9g 3.39%
of which Sugars 5.6g 5.9g 6.6%
Fibre 4g 4g 12.47%
Protein 1g 1g 2.54%
Salt 0.25g 0.27g 4.5%

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

Ingredient Specification
Carrots [Carrots 100%], Parsnips Kg [Parsnips 100%], Rapeseed Oil 20 ltr Olleco [Rapeseed Oil, Anti-foaming Aent (Dimethylpolysiloxane).], Greens Chopped Garlic [Garlic (100%)], Chef William Cooking Salt [Salt, Anti-caking Agent E535.], Brakes Rubbed Thyme [Dried Thyme.]