boil-in-the-bag


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boil-in-the-bag

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boil-in-a-bag

adj
(of food) able to be boiled in a sealed bag until ready to eat
Translations

boil-in-the-bag

[ˌbɔɪlɪnðəˈbæg] adj (rice) → da bollire nel sacchetto
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Uncle Ben's Boil-in-the-Bag Long Grain Rice (500g) is half price at PS1.
For anyone who might not have heard, Kirk was rushed back into hospital yesterday after trying to make boil-in-the-bag rice.
They are fully cooked and are simply heat-and-eat that can be prepared either in the microwave or boil-in-the-bag," Scott Dockendorff, vice president, of the Morrell, Prince Edward Island, Canada-based firm, tells Grocery Headquarters.
Harry said troops away from main garrisons were fed 24-hour ration packs that include a notorious boil-in-the-bag corned-beef hash known as corned-beef gash.
Inside they find ration packs, fondly known as rat packs, with a range of boil-in-the-bag meals and snacks.
With no idea what to expect, I was pleasantly surprised by the boil-in-the-bag meatballs and pasta in tomato sauce.
Ready cooked and flavour-sealed in portion control pouches, Duckling Select products are ready to heat in a microwave or boil-in-the-bag and serve in minutes.
But when you're dodging bullets on the front line, the last thing on your mind is whether the chicken in your boil-in-the-bag ration pack comes from a free-range farm.
The vast majority of their food comes courtesy of boil-in-the-bag ration packs.
The boil-in-the-bag rice could have cost him brownie points but the best bit was pudding.
The survival-style boil-in-the-bag meals will include tasty dishes such as sausages and beans as well as pasta and curry.