Mussels with Ragout Sauce
For mussel lovers, this new and exquisite preparation of Ramirez mussels in ragout sauce is an authentic delicacy and a new and delicious proposal to share with family and friends in the most delicious moments of life!
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Nutritional information per 100 g:Energy: 196 Kcal (818 kJ)Fats: 15 g, of which,- Saturated: 4.3 g Carbohydrates: 5.9 g, of which,- Sugars: 1.4 gProteins: 9.9 gSalt: 1.2 gIngredients: Mussels (molluscs), sunflower oil, tomato, onion, wine, salt and spices.Net weight: 111 gStorage conditions: After opening, keep 1 day in the cold, in appropriate container
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