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Mountain House Chicken Teriyaki - 2.5 Serving Entree

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    The Mountain House Chicken Teriyaki 2.5 Serving Entree satisfies your growling stomach after you've hiked for miles to your backcountry campsite. This 2.5-serving pouch offers convenient carrying, thanks to a slimmed-down shape that's easy to pack away. Simply add two-cups of boiling water, and then stir for a couple of minutes before digging in. This tantalizing entree includes a savory teriyaki sauce, cooked chicken, rice, mushrooms, bamboo shoots, red peppers, green peas, and onions.

    • 2.5-serving Teryaki Chicken entree
    • Add two-cups of boiling water
    • Chicken, rice, mushrooms, bamboo shoots, vegetables
    • Contains: Soy, Wheat
    • 220-calories (per serving)
    • 40g of carbohydrates
    • 2g fat (0.5g saturated)
    • 10g protein
    • Item #MHS000S

    Tech Specs

    Protein
    10g
    Calories
    220
    Servings Per Container
    2.5
    Allergens
    soy, wheat
    Claimed Weight
    5.01 oz
    Recommended Use
    backpacking, camping

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    Festival Approved

      So if you are looking for an cheap way to eat at a music festival get mountain house meals. They are a great way to cut down costs and also keep you satisfied. We are going to Electric forest this year and since we can't fly with a larger cooler, like we normally do, we need to cut down on the refrigerated items. So now all we need to bring is water and a camp stove and voila!

      Good camp food

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

      Disclaimer: all my food reviews will be after I've been out in the middle of nowhere for a few days, mostly eating bars, so anything hot is going to be the best meal of my life.
      I'd recommend letting it sit with hot water for an extra 5 minutes at least to make sure everything gets cooked.