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Description

Fill up without filling up your pack.

Get more taste and nutrition for less weight with the two-serving Mountain House Chicken Teriyaki stuffed into your meticulously organized backcountry pack. This pouch weighs just over four ounces and yields two one-cup servings of surprisingly tasty chicken and rice to refuel you after long hikes, climbs, or days exploring your chosen wilderness area.

  • Add boiling water directly into this bag, reseal it, and wait for your meal to cook to perfection
  • Compact vacuum pack won't take up much room in your pack or expand at high elevations
  • Contains protein and carbohydrates to keep you going in the backcountry
  • Check the tech specs (on right of page) for complete list of ingredients and nutrition facts

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4 5

Solid Meal

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

It gets the job done, tastes pretty good as well. Out of all the meals I tried from Mountain House this one lands right in the middle. Nothing too delicious, but better than some of other meals I've tried.

5 5

Pro Pack feature is great

I like the flavor and texture of all of the Mountain House offerings, but their "Pro Pack" option is what really separates them from the rest. It is the same food and ingredients as the other offerings, but the Pro Pack versions have the packaging vacuum packed, which creates a much tighter, smaller unit, which in turn makes packing them much easier.

On regular freeze dried foods, the packaging often expands (especially at higher altitudes), which makes them really bulky. I fix this by piercing the packaging, squeezing the air out and then taping over the hole, but then it shortens your shelf life if you don't eat them right away. But, with the Pro Packs, you never have this problem

5 5

So good, a great trail meal!

Just enough calories for a hearty lunch or dinner, without having to waste leftovers. Tasty and full of energy, packs compactly and very lightweight. I buy 10 at a time!

5 5

Delicious!

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Great lightweight food for my long hiking trips.I?m sold on freeze dried food on long hikes or food storage. Very tasty and filling.

4 5

Mountain House Chicken Teriyaki

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I really enjoyed the taste. Probably one of the best Mountain House meals I use. It is a little high in salt content but it doesn't taste to salty like some meals I have had. I would definitely use this meal again.

4 5

Tastes like Chicken!

This is a great camping/backpacking dehydrated version of everyone's favorite dish Chicken Teriyaki. Mountain House kills it as far as camping cuisine is concerned. So if you like normal chicken teriyaki, you should give 'er a shot!

4 5

Great Flavor, not my favorite

I do like the chicken teriyaki a bunch. The rice is flavored great and is not crunchy, the chicken tastes a bit "dehydrated" I like the lasagna a bit better than this one, but it does the drink. Loaded with all the carbs, vits, minerals, protein, etc that you need for a day on the trail. I recommend deflating the meal with a pinhole then taping over that.