There are few foods more Icelandic than Lamb Stew. Now you can finally enjoy this traditional Viking Superfood freeze-dried!
Just to add 300 ml (10 oz) of boiling water into the bag, close it, let it rest for 5-10 minutes and enjoy.
All Natural Soup Greens (Carrot Flakes, Chopped Onions, Red Bell Peppers, Celery Flakes, Tomato Flakes, Green Bell Peppers, Spinach Flakes), Dehydrated Potato Diced, Soup Herbs (Dried Nips, Carrots and Leeks), Ground Lamb (Freeze Dried Premium Cut Icelandic Lamb Meat Ground, Fully Cooked), Dried Oats, Goulash Soup (Vegetables (6,7% Tomato, 5,5% Potato, 4% Onion, 2,7% Bell Pepper, 2,6% Carrot, 2% Celery, 1% Garlic), Modifiedstarch, Flavour, Glucose Syrup, Spices (Paprika, Cayenne, Caraway), Salt, Milk Protein, Sugar, Beef Fat, Caramelised Sugar, Maltodextrin, Thickening Agents (Xanthan Gum, Guar Gum), Rosemary Extract), Lamb Bouillon (Salt, Glucose Syrup, Flavoring, Starch, 2% Lamb Powder, Sugar, Onion, Garlic, Spices, Acid (Lactic Acid, Calcium)), Lamb Islandia (Parsley, Garlic Powder, Oregano, Marjoram, Sage), Salt.
I would buy Polo wafer cookies, the thin wafers topped with dark chocolate, with a hint of coconut. They are an Iceland product (not the Polish kind). I bought them at Bonus when I was there twice, and once a kind, generous Icelandic women living in Boston brought some back, mailed them to me here in Chicago, as a gift. A complete stranger.
Hi Barbara, Sorry for the late reply. How many would you like? :) https://shop.grapevine.is/products/polo-biscuits-from-fron?_pos=1&_sid=97b16c770&_ss=r
I totally loved the stew! It’s very easy to cook, great meal if you’re a student and also a great meal for protein and vegetables. I only wish there was more in each container!
I didn't use the bag to prepare it, so I can't rate the use of the bag. The stew is just the right amount of thickness and not much salt. There's almost enough for two servings per bag! I love the herbs; however, the carnivore in me would like to have more lamb per serving (just a little bit more?).