- Easy outdoor food
- Eat hot or cold
- No refrigeration required
- Long shelf life
- Weight - 300g
- Serves 1
Can be eaten cold but heating brings out the best flavours. Heating options:
- empty content into suitable pot and heat on your stove
- place the foil pouch unopened into boiling water for 7-8 minutes then open and enjoy
Ingredients: Pea Beans (29%), Water, Pork Sausages (24%) (Pork (62%), Water, Rusk, ( Wheat Flour (contains Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Thiamin, Nicotinamide), Salt, Raising Agent: E503ii),Salt, Pork Rind, Sugar, Spice Extracts, Stabiliser: Calcium Lactate; Spices, Mustard Flour, Sage), Tomato Puree (9%), Sugar, Rapeseed Oil, Modified Maize Starch, Salt, Stabilisers (E412, E466, E412), Onion Powder, Paprika, Flavouring
Allergy Information: Contains Gluten from Wheat, Mustard.
Nutrition Per 100g
Energy 151kcal, Protein 5.0g, Carbohydrates 16.0g, Sugar 7.5g, Fat 6.6g, Saturated Fat 1.5g, Fibre 3.6g, Salt 0.8g
Nutrition Per Pack (300g)
Energy 342kcal, Protein 15.0g, Carbohydrates 48.0g, Sugar 22.5g, Fat 19.8g, Saturated Fat 4.5g, Fibre 10.2g, Salt 2.4g
This made the family a lot less nervous joining me on an adventure into the wilderness. They were very impressed with how tasty the meal was and just how easy I made it look. It really is easy though. Placed the unopened packet in a pot of simmering water for about 5-6 minutes and then opened and poured into a bowl.
Excellent meals from Wayfayrer, I’ve had a few myself now, but this one also gets the double thumbs up from the kids.
As always, ordering from basecampfood.com was simple, free and fast delivery options. Faultless service!! Will be ordering again soon. Thank you everyone at Base Camp Food!!
My son had his Duke of Edinburgh expedition so just right amount and easy instructions
theres not a whole lot of complexity to this one but it is very good, if you like beans and you like frankfurter style saussages then youre good to go, bit of pepper makes an excellent addition.
These pouches served really well for my recent hiking trip. I had 3 pouches per day, not all sausage and beans of course!
I'm sure I burnt off more calories on the hike than were supplied by the food I was carrying, but that's no bad thing.
They're easy to cook. I tried both options for cooking: boiling the unopened pouch in water and squeezing out the contents into the pan.
I favour squeezing the contents out for cooking - it can be a waste of water for the other method. I had to carry all my water and I found I was running short.
The sausages are a bit pale and uninspiring, but I wasn't expecting haute cuisine. My favourite flavour was the veg chilli + rice.
Watch out for the sharp edges of the plastic pouches - they had a tendency to cut through the thin plastic of my rubbish bags.
I would not recommend either, both ADB and SaB taste like plain baked beans (not even good baked beans). ADB lacks proper bacon, rather just has pork cubes (which were genuinely gross). SaB was mediocre, definitely get a mix and match of different meals, personally wouldn't reccomend these two. However is good for dofe due to lack of cleaning up and easy cooking