YJX Fried Dace With Black Bean.
Fried dace with salted black beans is a canned food of Chinese origin. Fried dace with salted black beans can be eaten cold straight out of the can or heated before being served. Other classical ways are eating with stir fried green vegetables, noodles or plain white rice. In addition, it is usually served with stir-fried Indian Lettuce.
Fish (Dace) (48.91%), Soybean Oil (25.54%), Black Beans (Black Soybean, Water, Salt) (21.2%), Water, Sugar, Spices, Soy Sauce (Water, Soybean, Salt, Wheat (Gluten) Flour), Flavour Enhancer (E621), Salt
|Typical Value||Per 100g|
|Energy||1305kJ / 312Kcal|
|Of which Saturates||4.8g|
|Of which Sugars||1.1g|
Including fish, soybean and cereals containing gluten. See ingredients in bold.
The black beans *could be* described similar to a fishy marmite and the dace has the texture of grilled eel.
Easy to prepare and is a famous Chinese dish.
Serve it with boiled rice, and vegetables steamed to your choice.
Ready to eat.
Suitable for vegetarian.
Use as a meal
Ready to eat.
Best Serve it with boiled rice, and vegetables steamed to your choice.
Store in a cool dry place and refrigerate after opening.
For Best Before End: See packaging.
Country of Origin:
Interlink Direct Ltd
402-404 Roding Lane South,
Woodford Green, Essex,
IG8 8EY UK
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