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  • Chicken, rice, mushrooms, bamboo shoots and vegetables with a sweet and tangy oriental sauce
  • 2.5 one-cup servings
  • 30 year taste guarantee
  • Allergens: peas, soy, wheat, and sulfites
  • Just add water—plan easier, travel lighter and eat heartier
  • For nearly 50 years, Mountain House has been a premier choice of campers and backpackers; it has a proven history of reliability and, most importantly, delicious flavor
  • Mountain House meals are perfect for camping, backpacking, travel and emergency preparedness
  • Nutrition facts displayed here and on packaging may differ; information on packaging reflects actual contents

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Ingredients: Cooked chicken, soy sauce (wheat, soybeans, salt), brown sugar, bamboo shoots, mushrooms, red peppers, green peas, modified cornstarch, sherry wine (contains sulfites), onions, green peppers, garlic powder, spice and salt. Rice: precooked rice. Contains: soy, wheat. Allergens: peas, soy, wheat, and sulfites.

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Best Use Backpacking
Serving Size 1
Servings per Container 2.5 serving(s)
Calories Per Serving 220
Calories from Fat 20
Total Fat 2 grams
Saturated Fat 0.5 grams
Trans Fat 0 grams
Cholesterol 25 milligrams
Sodium 660 milligrams
Carbohydrates 40 grams
Potassium 0 milligrams
Dietary Fiber 1 grams
Sugars 12 grams
Protein 10 grams
Meat Chicken
Net Weight 5.01 ounces
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great meal after a long day of hiking! Had the meal this past weekend after a 10 mile hike through Shenandoah National Forest. I really enjoyed the taste. Probably one of the best freeze dried meals I have ever had. It is a little high in sodium content put it doesn't taste overly salty like some meals I have had. My only complaint would be that the chicken pieces were a little on the small side. Every once in awhile I would get a decent chunk but for the most part they were in tiny cubes. I would definitely buy this meal again.
Date published: 2012-10-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Too Sweet I love Mountain House products, but I can't recommend this flavor and will steer people away from it in the future. After a long day of eating nothing but sugary energy bars and Cliff Shots I look forward to a nice savory meal at the end of a hard day. The last thing you want is this sugary sweet Chicken Teriyaki dinner which seems to be a mix between dinner and dessert.
Date published: 2015-08-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A nice change from lasagne and chile I used this on a backpacking trip last month and thought it was pretty good. My wife and went backpacking last week and I suggested it. She liked it too. It's not something you'd compare to real or even Panda Express, but it tastes fresh and the chicken tastes real. It's a bit heavy on the sauce, it's more of a sticky, thick, sweet sauce. They could double the rice and I think it would be better, but it's a nice option. On my first trip, I ate the whole pkg myself and was too full, on this trip I shared with my wife and was a little hungry. But that's about par for most freeze-dried meals.
Date published: 2016-08-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Overall pretty good This is my first entry into freeze-dried food and this stuff tastes pretty darn good. It tastes very much like any frozen teriyaki meal just a bit better and the chicken texture is MUCH better(much closer to actual chicken vs. the cartilage nuggets you find in microwave meals - not that I eat them very often) You could even eat it dehydrated if you had to. It tastes fine, and would pass for a freaked-out crispy trail mix Only 2 cons: 1. The salt content is a little high (1250 mg per serving vs < 1000 for many of the other Mountain House meals) 2. It's a bit soupy. I'd guess you could get rid of half the sauce powder and still have a pretty good result (or just eat with a fork so it can "drain"). Plus that would probably cut a good bit of the salt out
Date published: 2007-09-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Okay, for freeze dried this is good! It may not be ______________ (insert name of favorite Asian eatery here) but for freeze dried it's darn good! The "salt police" probably boo about the sodium (1240mg total). But let's face reality, who eats this stuff regularly except maybe guides? As with most MH (and others)"2 serving" entrees, it's not really 2 servings unless combined with something else. To extend/expand the volume some, try adding a package of the MH freeze dried peas (1/4 cup additional water if that) to make it closer to 2 servings.
Date published: 2012-06-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Basically a decent meal The thing about these meals is they are easy to prepare and quick to buy. Add boiling water and wait ten minutes. This one in particular tasted okay. After a long day of hiking, it was nice to have a hot meal. I would recommend maybe a 1/4 cup less water. It came out a little soupy. I get that, since it needs to rehydrate, but I say cut the water a little and kneed the bag to work it around. The soupy-ness almost ruined it for me. I would buy it again, but with the recipe modification above!
Date published: 2012-07-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from too good I have a bunch of these in my home not just for backpacking but for home emergency supply. It's so good that I end up grabbing one to make for dinners at home. Back to REI to replenish!
Date published: 2014-11-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from What a great surprise! I picked up one of these meals the day before a weekend trip. I was skeptical to say the least. Honestly it was more of a "lets see how terrible these are" type of purchase. Although the package calls for 16 oz. of boiling water, I heated about 12 oz. of water and actually took the pan off the stove before it came to a boil. I was hoping for a stronger flavor and less of a 'cooldown' wait. I was VERY surprised when I took the first bite. This stuff is great!! I didn't look up from the bag until every last bit was gone. The sauce is mild, but flavorful. There's no overpowering saltyness as I was expecting. The chicken and rice both have very natural flavors and textures. Match the great taste with a sub-10 minute cook time and you've got yourself a perfect trail meal. The only problem with this meal is the serving size. There's NO way that this is going to serve two adults after a day of hiking. I'm an average male eater and I downed this thing in a matter of 2 minutes and still had room for more. I'm glad I went with the two serving packet instead of the solo version, because I would have gone to bed hungry.
Date published: 2009-03-30
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