New Maggie Beer products now in supermarkets
Two new pate flavours have been added to Maggie Beer’s eponymous range.
The first of the pates, Duck, Honey and Cumin, is described as going well with flatbread and orange zest.
The second pate, Chicken and Smoky Garlic, matches with radicchio leaves and ground pepper.
Maggie Beer, the Australian celebrity chef behind the pates, said they combine some of her favourite ingredients.
“Pate always forms the foundation of any entertaining I do at home, I’m never without it,” she said.
The pates are available now from independent and gourmet supermarkets. The recommended retail price is AUD $6.79 for a 120g serving.
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