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Cockles and skate wing with coriander (2,8 oz.)

ARR~80

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Perfectly tasty, fresh or toasted under the grill... ready to spread!

The “Rigadell” (in Breton) or “coque" (in French) is a tasty mollusc with a tangy-flavoured juice.  Here it is mixed with sweet, smooth chunks of skate for a delicious pairing of flavours. With the freshness of ginger, lemon and lightly crushed coriander seeds into the mix, this recipe offers a real blast of fresh sea air. 

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4,90 € tax incl.

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INTERESTING FACTS

Recognized by their striped shells, the cockles live on soft beds such as mud or sand into which they can burrow, which makes them really easy to fish at low tide. 

INGREDIENTS

Cream (milk), skate wing 37% (fish), cockles 17% (mollusc), ginger purée, lime, Millac sea salt, seaweeds [wakame], coriander seeds 0,2%, chili pepper, thickener: agar-agar (algae extract).

The information in bold is intended for people who are intolerant or allergic.

NUTRITIONAL VALUE FOR 100G (3,52 OZ.)

Energy 849 kJ / 204 kcal; fat 16g among which saturated fats 9,8g; glucids 5,1g among which sugar 0,3g; proteins 10g; salt 0,84g.

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