Lamprais ( Each ) (Serves 1)

Dutch influenced “festive dish” of flavoured basmati rice, Mutton curry, Fish cutlet, Aubergine pickle, Seeni sambal, Prawn Sambal and a boiled egg served on a banana leaf

  • Allergy advice: Contains Milk, Mustard, Wheat Flour (Gluten), Fish (Dried Tuna), Egg, Vinegar(Barley)
    This product is made in facilities which handle nuts, mustard, sesame, peanut, egg, gluten, fish and crustaceans
  • Sold as cold.


Heating Guidelines:  Heating appliances may vary.


  • Open the lid leave ajar (Optional: transfer to a microwavable plate & cover ajar)
  • Heat on full power for 3 Mins
  • Remove lid and stir gently & re-cover
  • Reheat on full power for further 1 Min

Ensure food is piping hot. Allow to stand for 2 mins before serving.

Store below 8c, keep refrigerated and eat within 48 hours. Suitable for home freezing, once thawed do not refreeze. Follow the microwave guideline to reheat.

Warning: Steam may be released when removing the film cover.


Ghee Rice[(Basmati Rice Ghee (Milk), Salt, Turmeric, Onion, Pandan Leaf, Whole Spice), Mutton Curry[(Mutton, Onion, Curry Powder ( Red Chilli, Coriander, Cumin, Fennel, Fenugreek, Turmeric, Black Pepper, Clove, Cinnamon), Salt, Garlic, Ginger, Green Chilli, Fennel, Mustard, Lime, Curry Leaves, Rapeseed Oil, Water), Fish Cutlet [(Mackerel, Onion, Green Chilli, Black Pepper, Turmeric, Salt, Curry Leaves, Rapeseed Oil, Lemon, Bread Crumb (Wheat Flour, Yeast, Salt, Turmeric, Colour-E160c)], Aubergine Moju (Aubergine, Onion, Mustard, Chilli Powder, Turmeric, Sugar, Salt, Barley Vinegar (Gluten), Green Chilli, Curry Leaves, Black Pepper, Garlic), Seeni Sambal (Onion, Rapeseed Oil, Salt, Sugar, Chilli Powder, Cinnamon, Cardamom, Cloves), Shrimp Sambal (Coconut, Onion, Red Chilli, Tamarind, Salt, Shrimps (Crustacean), Curry Leaves ), Boiled Egg.


Lamprais – A Dutch burgher influenced festive dish with Ghee Rice, Mutton Curry, Fish Cutlet, Aubergine Pickle, Boiled Egg, Prawn Sambal served on Banana Leaf. Lamprais is derived from the Dutch word “lomprijst”, which loosely translated means a food parcel. Usually made for a long voyage.

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