Hainich Apfel-Rotkohl

German Red Cabbage with Apple | 720 ml, 650 g | Tin | Best Before Date: 14/10/2023

(8 customer reviews)

£1.99 per jar

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Description

Red Cabbage is ready to serve, but can be also be heated before serving.

Nutritional information

Ingredients

Red cabbage, water, sugar, brandy vinegar, apple juice concentrate, table salt, natural flavors.

Allergen advice

100% allergen free.

Nutrition

Per 100g
Energy (kJ) 191
Energy (Kcal) 45
Fat 0.1g
of which saturates 0.0g
Carbohydrate 8.6g
of which sugars 8.5g
Protein 1.1g
Salt 0.8g

Cooking instructions & storage

Cooking times

Ready To Serve.

Cooking instructions

Ready To Serve.

Shelf life

See best before date on product.

Safety

Once opened keep refrigerated and use within 10 days.

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4.75 out of 5 stars

8 reviews

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What others are saying

  1. Emily Menary (verified owner)

    Really tasty, quite mild and sweet and goes well with sausages and pretzels.

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  2. Josh Bramley (verified owner)

    Excellent added to Bratwurst with a brioche roll!

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  3. Robert Chilcott (verified owner)

    This and the sauerkraut go very nicely with the Sausageman pork schnitzel.

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  4. Sam van Ewyk (verified owner)

    Excellent added to beef dogs with a brioche roll!

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  5. B1 (verified owner)

    Paris well with the traditional white cabbage/sauerkraut.

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