Today's Special

Briam

“Briam” stands for mixed vegetables and potatoes, originally cooked in beehive ovens throughout Greece, during the early summer, when vegetables are at their best, herbs are plenty and meals have to be light and refreshing under the Mediterranean sun. It is exactly this combination that Palirria turned into a vegetarian dish, mild in taste, full in aromas, healthy as much as filling -the closest thing to Nature’s idea of gourmet.
  • No Preservatives 
  • Cooked with Olive oil
  • Suitable for vegeterians
Available in packages of 400, 1000 and 1700gr.

   


Briam
  • NUTRITIONAL FACTS

  • INGREDIENTS

  • INSTRUCTIONS

  • NUTRITIONAL FACTS

  •  Nutritional Information
     Per 100g
     Energy Value
     450 kJ / 108 kcal
     Fat  6,0g
         of which saturated  1,0g
     Carbohydrate  9,2g
         of which sugars  3,5g
     Dietary Fibres  2,4g 
     Protein  3,1g 
     Salt  0,5g
  • INGREDIENTS

  • Potatoes 26%, aubergines 22%, courgettes 20%, peeled tomatoes, onions, olive oil 3%, white wine, tomato paste, parsley, sugar, sea salt, garlic,black pepper, sprearmint, oregano, basil.
  • INSTRUCTIONS

  • In Conventional oven: Remove outer packaging and the film lid from tray. Preheat oven to 180οC. Always place tray in the middle shelf of the oven.

    A) Defrost in refrigerator for 24 hours before use. Heat at 180οC for 45-50 minutes or
    B) Heat directly from frozen at 180οC for 55-60 minutes

    Let stand 10 minutes before serving.

    In Microwave: In case you should desire to enjoy only part of the dish: Defrost in refrigerator for 24 hours before use.Take out the desired portion from tray. Heat at 180οC for approximately 8 minutes at 750 Watt.

    Let stand 2 minutes before serving.

    Οvens may vary and baking instructions should be used as a guide only.