Saag Potato Pie

Saag Potato Pie

Regular price $26.00
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A healthy, wholesome 'Shepherds' Pie' style dish. We start by making a rich saag style curry, spiced with ginger, fenugreek and garam masala, then we add creamy chickpeas, broccoli, roasted sweet potato, button mushrooms and baby spinach. Finally, we top with creamed potato and black sesame seeds. 

A healthy midweek warmer with no accompaniments needed. Just pop it in the oven and warm it through. Easy and delicious!

Serving Sizes

Our Saag Potato Pie weighs 1.4kg and is suitable for four to five people.

Ingredients & Allergens

Ingredients: Spinach, Chickpeas, Lentils, Broccoli, Coconut Cream, Onion, Potato, Carrots, Sweet Potato, Mushrooms, Tomato Paste, Baby Spinach, Ginger, Garlic, Tahini, Tapioca, Garam Masala, Cumin, Turmeric, Coriander, Olive Oil, Almond Milk, Lemon Juice, Pomegranate Molasses, Maple Syrup, Stevia, White pepper, Salt

Allergens: SESAME, TREENUTS (COCONUT, ALMONDS)

Allergen statement: Whilst all of our food is made with entirely plant-based ingredients, using equipment used only for plant-based food, our kitchen facilities are shared with other businesses. As such, at this time, we cannot guarantee our food is allergen free. That includes: gluten, wheat, fish, shellfish, peanuts, milk, egg and sesame seeds. We apologise to all of our friends with severe allergies. For further information, please feel free to contact us at foodie@plantkitchenco.com.au

Cooking Instructions

From frozen: remove compostable bag and cover with aluminium foil or another, clean aluminium tray. Preheat oven to 160°C and bake for 30-40 minutes, or until warmed through. Remove Foil and turn oven up to 180°C for the last 10 minutes. 

"Stumbling across The Plant Kitchen Co has been our best discovery for 2020. These are the best meals on the market today (plant based or otherwise). The meal sizes are great, the taste is amazing, and the cost is about on par with what you'd spend to buy the ingredients for a similar sized meal yourself from the supermarket - except it takes 2 minutes of prep time to pop them in the oven, rather than spending an hour on prepping a fresh meal each night." - Matt H

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