Lobster Pot Pie
- Product Information
You Will Receive:
2 Pot Pies (7 oz. each)
4 Pot Pies (7 oz. each)
8 Pot Pies (7 oz. each) 2 pkgs of 4
2003 Winner for "Outstanding Meat, Pate or Seafood" International Fancy Food Show.
Preparation Instructions: Keep frozen until ready to use. Thaw in refrigerator overnight or for several hours. Preheat oven to 425°. Bake on sheet pan for 15 minutes or until pastry has begun to puff. Reduce heat to 350° and continue baking for another 5-8 minutes until pastry is golden brown. Remove from oven and allow to cool for 3-5 minutes before serving.
Serving Suggestions: Serve as an appetizer or entrée with salad made of fresh greens and grapefruit and avocado slices. Best with a crisp white wine or champagne.
Ingredients: Lobster, Heavy cream, Puff pastry (USDA grade AA butter, unbleached flour, water, salt, lemon juice), Milk, Sherry (sulfites), Lobster base (cooked lobster, salt, maltodextrin, hydrolyzed corn protein, whey, lobster extract, butter oil, autolyzed yeast extract, tomato paste, onion powder, dehydrated potato flakes, paprika, natural butter flavor, spices, garlic powder, saffron), Modified food starch, Butter (cream, salt), Tomato paste (tomato paste, salt, spices, natural flavors, citric acid), Sugar, Paprika, Black pepper. Contains: shellfish (lobster), milk, wheat. Made in a facility that also processes: soy, egg, fish, tree nuts. May contain shell fragments.
Nutritional Information: Serving size 1 pie (198g). Servings per container 2. Calories 410. Calories from fat 300. Total fat 34g. Saturated fat 21g. Trans fat 0g. Cholesterol 235mg. Sodium 680mg. Total carbohydrate 10g. Dietary fiber 0g. Sugars 1g. Protein 18g.
Shelf Life: Please refrigerate or freeze upon receipt. Refrigerated shelf life is 4 days. Frozen shelf life is 9 months.
Pemaquid Point, with its dramatic streaks of granite reaching to the sea, is one of the most visited spots in Maine, to the delight of artists, photographers and tourists. It was the scene of many shipwrecks through the centuries. The Pemaquid Point Lighthouse was built in 1897 and continues to serve as an active aid to navigation today.
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