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Back Country Cuisine

Roast Lamb & Vegies GF

From $9.00

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92 Richmond Rd, Keswick SA Mon - Fri: 9am - 5.30pm
Saturday: 9am - 5pm
Sunday: 12pm - 5pm
17 Doherty St, Brendale QLD Mon - Wed: 9am - 5.30pm
Thursday: 9am - 7.30pm
Friday: 9am - 5.30pm
Saturday: 9am - 5pm
Sunday: 9.30am - 2.30pm
  • Gluten free
  • Oven baked lamb and mint gravy with vegetables and creamy mashed potato
  • One of the uniquely convenient food dishes in the range of Back Country Cuisine especially designed for the outdoor adventurer
  • Consists of the finest ingredients to provide nourishing, sustaining and tasty meals
  • Just mix contents with 250ml (1 cup) of boiling water in the pouch provided, stir and let stand for at least 10 minutes, and then serve
  • Re-sealable foil pouch helps retain warmth
Snowys Code:
124777
Supplier Code:
BC502
In Use Dimensions:
25L x 19W x 4H cm
Packed Dimensions:
25L x 19W x 4H cm
Meal Type:
Lamb
Weight:
0.09 Kg
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Oct 13 2017

Pretty mediocre food

Simple to prepare but pretty ordinary. I'm in no hurry to ever try this again.There has to be better than this out there.

- Hawthorn, SA
Response from Snowys Oct 13 2017

Sorry it wasn't to your taste Michael, I personally haven't tried this one. Freeze dried meals, in general, aren't to everyone's likings, but Backcountry Cuisine would have to be the best on the market. ~ ben

Apr 20 2017

Nice to have a hot meal

Thank you ,very fast delivery and best price around.

- Sydney
Apr 04 2017

Just ok

I've had a few of the back country meals & this one is my least favourite to date, not horrible but not as good as others, the roast chicken I would buy again but not the roast lamb.

- Hobart
Mar 04 2017

Back Country LAmb Roast

Need to leave longer than the 10 minutes to ensure veges dont have that not quite done texture and taste. Great flavor!

- Gold Coast
Feb 16 2017

Surprised

Thought I would try these meals on a camping trip on my bike as trying to keep weight etc down & save a bit on meals. Well I was pleasantly surprised, very filling and tasted good. Will be buying more for next trip.

- Mandurah
Feb 13 2017

Average and a half!

I enjoyed this but my 15 year old son thought it was mediocre. Was my first ever meal of this kind. Easy to prepare.

- 3802
Dec 26 2016

Sensational product

LOVE this meal. Great pack design and thoroughly yummy meal. Cannot wait to use again - would highly recommend.

- Southern Highlands
Apr 17 2016

Delicious and sustaining

Took it on a 3 day hike and loved it. It tastes good, it's lightweight and fills you up pretty well. I'm definitely using it again.

- Horsham, VIC
Nov 22 2015

Liked it a lot

We have tried a few Back Country Freeze dried meals on our hikes and this was our favourite so far. Excellent.

- CROYDON, VIC
Jul 16 2015

Sufficient

Meat texture was a little weird, overall taste was fine. This is convenient lightweight food and this does the job.

- YANCHEP, WA
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is there a use by date on your products? and are there meals for 2?1 answer

We are travelling around and are interested in your and products similar but need to know a few things?. what is the shelf life? how much heat can the products handle as inside a 4x4 in the bush gets very hot? what id the amount in each ? ie: we are 2 do we need to buy 2 packs or will 1 suffice for 2 of us?. And very important what is the overall weight of the meals as carrying around can food is a pain in th butt as well as it weighs far too much?.

- Darwin N.T.(11 months ago)

G’day Lenny,

I’ve just checked with the supplier, and on the stock we have in store, and in general Back Country cuisine has an expiry date of three years.

They are intended as single serve meals, so it’s probably best to get a double serve for more than one person. You can select the double sizes from the dropdown on the product page.

Each single serve weighs 175g, and the pack size is 25L x 19W x 4H cm so they don’t take up much room/weight in your vehicle.

There’s no moisture in them so they should be able to handle a bit of warmth in the back of a vehicle, but just like anything that’s in direct sunlight for a long period of time – there will be a chance that it will be affected, but I doubt it would make it unsafe to eat.

- Snowys(11 months ago)