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Mountain House Chicken Stew - #10 Can
This tasty freeze-dried version of homemade chicken stew from Mountain House is one of our top sellers! A delicious, hearty blend of chicken, potatoes, carrots, and peas will be sure to satisfy your taste buds in any situation.
Mountain House freeze-dried #10 cans provide an amazing 30+ year shelf-life when stored at 72°F or cooler. They make food storage easy.
Try a can of Mountain House freeze-dried food today and see why customers continually rate it as the best tasting freeze-dried food on the market!
|Size||# 10 Can|
|Product Supply Type||Food|
|Shelf Life||30 + Years|
|Shelf Life (Opened)||7-21|
Serving Size 1 Cup
Servings Per Container 10
Ingredients: Potatoes, Cooked Chicken, Carrots, Peas, Corn Oil and Contains 2% or less of Nonfat Dry Milk, Modified Corn Starch, Salt, Hydrolyzed Corn Soy Wheat Gluten Protein, Dehydrated Onions, Chicken Fat, Sugar, Spices, Soybean Oil, Garlic Powder, and Spice Extract.
CONTAINS: Milk, Wheat, Soy.
Directions: To prepare a single servings:
1. Mix can contents.
2. Bring ¾ cup water to a boil.
3. Remove from heat.
4. Add 1 cup dry mix.
5. Stir until mixed thoroughly.
6. Cover. Let stand 5 to 10 minutes.
7. Stir and serve.
To prepare entire can:
Add 8 cups (64 oz) boiling water to contents of can. Follow steps 5 through 7 above.
NOTE: Oxygen removed by either nitrogen flushing or oxygen absorbers. Oxygen absorber not for human consumption. Discard packet immediately upon opening.
It is necessary to store Mountain House products properly to ensure maximum shelf life. Store the product in a cool area, avoid long-term storage above 72 degrees F, and be careful to not puncture the cans. Under these conditions, Mountain House meals will maintain its shelf life for product quality flavor and nutritional value.
Once open, contents should be used immediately. However, product resealed using plastic recloseable lid has been found to be acceptable up to one week after opening.
This package is sold by weight, not volume. Some settling may have occurred due to shipping, handling or variations in the product density.