Mezza - Cevapcici Mezza | Cevapi Banjaluka | 730G

Quantity: 19

Typical meat dish from the former Yugoslavia made of seasoned, shaped beef. Raw meat product, deep frozen. Made from Halal raw materials.

The Banjaluka Cevapi are portions of four connected sausages: Therefore even easier to prepare than the loose Cevapi. So you can turn a portion in an instant.

Preparation advice: Frying pan: sauté on high heat with a knob of margarine or oil, cook over low heat for approx. 8 minutes from a frozen state. Turning regularly.

Oven: preheat oven to 200 ° C. Place the product on a grid, make sure that the baking tray is under the grid because of shortening. Cook the product from a frozen state in ± 8 minutes. Turn the product halfway through the baking time. The product must be thoroughly heated before consumption. Do not refreeze after thawing.

Storage advice: Store at -18 ° C
Chilled: 3 days (max. + 7 ° C)
Frozen -18 ° C: 365 days;
Frozen -12 ° C: 3 weeks;
Frozen -6 ° C: 1 week

Ingredients: beef (86%), water, breadcrumbs (whole wheat flour, salt, yeast), salt, sugar, dehydrated vegetables (carrot, parsley, celeriac, garlic, onion), corn starch, spice, raising agent Sodium carbonate (E500), flavor enhancer ( E621), coloring agent: vitamin B2 (E101).

Allergen info: Product contains: gluten, wheat, beef, corn, celery and carrot


Net weight: 730 g
About 10 pieces.

Nutritional value table

Nutritional value per 100g product / Nutrition facts per 100g product

* Calculated based on recipe /

Energy / Energija / Energy: 999 kJ / 241 kcal
Protein / Protein / Protein: 16.4 g
Carbohydrates / Ugljikohidrati / Carbohydrates / 1.4 g
-of which sugars / od čega šećer / or which sugars: 0.1 g
Fat / Masnoće / Fat / 18.8 g
- of which saturated / od čega zasićene / or which saturated: 9.2 g
Dietary fiber / flatna / Fibers: 0.1 g
Sodium / Sodium / Sodium: 725 mg

* Calculated based on recipe

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