Natureta Fried gyuvech | Prženi đuveč 800g

For many years, this Balkan dish has been popular among both vegetarians and non-vegetarians. Simply heat up Natureta gyuvech, add a piece of meat if you like, and a great dish that will surely satisfy even the more demanding palate is ready for you to savour. Natureta guarantees excellent taste with a proven home-made recipe based on a long tradition. Just heat it up and enjoy.


Ingredients: pepper 30%, tomato juice 20%, tomato 18%, aubergines 9%, onion 9%, carrot 7%, peas 1%, sunflower oil, kitchen salt, sugar, parsley.


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Delivery service UK mainland £7.99, free over £120*
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Delivery service Zone C £10.99
Delivery service Zone D £14.99
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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Great for rice

This is a regular purchase for me. I simply add a handful or two of rice to this djuvec and make a risotto. It is not very nice on its own because it is mushy and thin (like soup), so not like a classic djuvec people might be used to. But it does make a quick and tasty meal with some barbecue meat or salad. This might be a nice base for a minestrone-like soup too.

not great however STILL eatable in a life and death emergency

on it's own very DISAPPOINTING overcooked veg mush... but I did find use for it.. DILUTE it with water and used it as base for cooking rice ... I will not buy again .