Iceland Lamb Mince 450g

(20 customer reviews)


Iceland Lamb Mince 450g

(20 customer reviews)


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£6.67 per 1 kg

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How to cook

Pan Fry Frozen

Heat a little oil in a frying pan over a medium heat.

Add required amount to the pan.

Fry over a medium heat, turning gently until browned.

Drain and continue with your chosen recipe.

Lamb (51%), Mutton (49%).

A blend of lamb and mutton mince.

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Manufacturers Address

Packed in the U.K. for Iceland Foods Ltd., U.K., CH5 2NW & Iceland Stores Ireland Ltd., Unit 250, Corporate Park 2, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15.

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To contact us please call: 0800 328 0800

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Storage information

Keep Frozen at -18°C or Colder

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Customer Reviews

(20 customer reviews)

Very good quality and value. Easy way to get your food delivered

Luv using the lamb mince for my spaghetti bolo n chilli con carne.. no need to use oil to cook as it cooks in it's on fat.. Happy dayz 😊

Not a nice taste very mushy

Very fatty.Best avoided.Imported from Australia.

Quite nice mince once you’ve scooped all the fat off. Too many small pieces of bone! Thought I’d broken a tooth several times!

We used this to make Shepherds pie. Portionable so no waste

Fantastic value and quality - amazed


Tasted ok with a bit of seasoning but only 51% lamb, 49% mutton!


Nutrition Info


Lamb (51%), Mutton (49%).