Phantassie Organic Rocket each

Price: £1.85
Quantity:

This item is not available to buy. This could be because it is seasonal or out of stock.

1 Customer Review(s)
Customer Rating: 4.5
(2 votes)

About Organic Rocket

Rocket leaves look like a longer leaved and open lettuce. It is rich in vitamin C and potassium. With a rich, peppery taste, and has an exceptionally strong flavour for a leafy green. It is generally used in salads, often mixed with other young greens in a "mesclun", but is also cooked as a vegetable or used raw with pasta.

Ingredients

Organic Rocket ingredients: Organic Rocket

Why not try one of our healthy recipes using this product

Falafel Burger with Grilled Halloumi

Summary: A tasty and surprisingly simple burger recipe that also teaches you how to make falafel!

Gluten Free No added sugar Vegetarian

Vegetarian Roasted Beetroot and Preserved Lemon Salad Recipe

Summary: Preserved lemons give this salad a lovely Middle Eastern touch. They are very salty, though, and so are feta or halloumi, so don't salt the beetroots. If you don't have them, you can also use blanched lemon slices, in which case you might choose to salt the beetroots. For a warm salad, do not allow the beetroots to cool completely, and maybe swap the feta for grilled halloumi. In this case, serve immediately, as halloumi gets hard if allowed to sit too long after grilling. Serves 4 as a starter or 2 as a main dish (you can add some cooked quinoa to make it a more substantial meal).

Gluten Free No added sugar Nut Free Vegetarian Wheat Free

Pear and rocket salad

Summary: Can be served as a starter, or a light lunch.

Grain Free No added sugar Vegetarian

Show more recipes for this product

People Who Bought This Also Bought

Broccoli ORGANIC
Real Foods
Lemon ORGANIC
Real Foods (each)
£0.45
Spinach Scotland ORGANIC
Phantassie (1pack)
£1.95
Carrots ORGANIC
Real Foods

How would you rate this product?

Write a review

E-mail:

Customer reviews

Added ByReview
Jennifer Reeves Everyone should try the pear and rocket salad - you can find the recipe on the site - it  is a inspired mixture and a great way to eat rocket!