Wednesday, 7 November 2007

What's in a Turkey Twizzler?

We've got a new feature, titled: "There's no excuse for Turkey Twizzlers" which features a range of cook books to inspire you in the kitchen and banish the infamous turkey twizzlers to the bin, where it belongs.

However, if Jamie Oliver didn't turn you off these Iceland friendly products, then why not have a glance over the ingredients, courtesy of the Guardian.

What's in a Turkey Twizzler?

Turkey (34%),
Pork fat,

Coating (sugar, rusk, tomato powder, wheat starch, dextrose, salt, wheat flour, potassium chloride, hydrogenated vegetable oil, citric acid, spices, onion powder, malt extract, smoke flavourings, garlic powder, colour [E160c], mustard flour, permitted sweetener [E951], herb, spice extracts, herb extracts),
Vegetable oil,
Turkey skin,
Wheat flour,
Stabiliser (E450),
Yeast extract,
Antioxidants (E304, E307, E330, E300),
Herb extract,
Spice extract,
Colour (E162).


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