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SS Cottage Pie (GF)


Perfect comfort food - warming & nurturing

Premium Aussie lamb and beef and a deep, rich gravy, all topped off with a gorgeous creamy mash crust

Single Serve 350g
Gluten Free

This simple yet nourishing dish is a welcome heart-warmer at the end of any day

Our chef’s tried and true recipe base is of pure Aussie lamb and beef, gently cooked in our home-made stock to give a deep, rich gravy. The pie is topped off with a gorgeous mashed potato crust (no ‘milk solids’ or ‘thickeners’ here, it’s made the old-fashioned way will real milk and butter.)

Originating from family farm kitchens in the UK and Ireland, Cottage Pie has been adopted as an Aussie favourite for generations. Our chefs have used their own recipe to continue on with this tradition, giving you a meal that truly tastes as if it was made in a country kitchen. Home-made food without you having to spend hours making it yourself.

Perfect for a really satisfying dinner when you feel like a little nurturing - or as a rainy day lunch. A meal in itself on it’s own - or try serving with some green peas, or lightly steamed beans and carrots.

Potato, Australian Lamb, Australian Beef, Onion, premium beef stock, Water, Milk, Cream, Tomato paste, Worcestershire sauce, Maize flour, Peas, Carrots, Thyme, Garlic, Butter, Vegetable oil, Black pepper, Salt, Parsley, Mixed herbs, Paprika, Nutmeg.

Heating Instructions:
Oven: (If thawed) Preheat oven to 180 C. Remove lid and place container in oven for approx 10-15 minutes. (Container is oven safe.) If still frozen - add extra heating time.
Microwave: (If thawed) Remove lid and leave resting on top. Heat for 2 minutes. Then heat for another minute. Let stand for 1 minute before serving. (Time may vary according to microwave oven.)
If still frozen - add extra heating time.

Allergen Notice: This dish contains Milk, Cream & Butter.

Individual ingredients - such as coconut cream/milk, tomato paste, spice mixes, sauces (fish, tabasco, etc) - may also contain their own preservatives/additives, although in very small amounts in proportion to the cooked dish.