The Back Country Cuisine Roast Lamb and Vegetables bring the comfort of home to the trail with the flavours of oven-baked lamb and mint gravy with vegetables and creamy mashed potato for a hearty meal on a lightweight adventure.
This is just one of the uniquely convenient food dishes in the range of Back Country Cuisine especially designed for the outdoor adventurer. This meal consists of the finest ingredients to provide a nourishing and sustaining dinner out in the field.
Just mix contents with boiling water in the pouch provided, stir and let stand for at least 10 minutes, and then serve. It also comes in a re-sealable foil pouch which helps to retain warmth when you're out in the elements.
No added MSG (monosodium glutamate E621), but glutamate products may be present from other processed ingredients.
In Use Dimensions:
25L x 19W x 4H cm
25L x 19W x 4H cm
Staff tip:Manufactured on a premises that processes gluten, dairy, egg, soy, fish, tree nuts, sesame and sulphite products. An allergen management programme is implemented to store allergen products separately and ensure thorough cleaning between product lines.
Staff tip:Unfortunately, due to safety reasons, we're unable to accept returns on food for a change of mind. You will, however, still be covered by the full manufacturer's warranty.
Is the 5 serves five individual packets or is it 5 serves on one packet 1 answer
I am curious
Laura - Gloucester (4 years ago)
I've had a chat to our warehouse where the 5 serves are kept and the 5 serves are actually in one bag and the side dish is in a separate bag. Its designed to feed 5 people at once rather than the same meal for 5 separate nights. However I'm sure it can be rationed out!
Susie - Snowys(4 years ago)
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?.
Lenny - Darwin N.T.(7 years ago)
Iâ€™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 itâ€™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 donâ€™t take up much room/weight in your vehicle.
Thereâ€™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 thatâ€™s in direct sunlight for a long period of time â€“ there will be a chance that it will be affected, but I doubt it would make it unsafe to eat.