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Mountain House Chicken Fried Rice
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- Quick prep! just add water to the can and you're good to go in less than 10 minutes, with no cleanup
- Eight 1-cup servings
- Allergens: milk, Soy, Wheat, Egg
- 30 year taste guarantee
- Great for feeding large groups, emergency preparation, or as an addition to your survival food kit
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Mountain House Just-Add-Water Meals
Camping & Backpacking
Freeze-dried food doesn't have to be boring. Our fully cooked meals give you that same home-cooked, fresh flavor from the kitchen. Travel lighter with Mountain House and Savor the Adventure.
Emergency Preparedness & Survival
Mountain House freeze-dried food makes a great addition to your emergency food pantry or survival kit. Find comfort in your emergency food with Mountain House meals.
Mountain House Meals are Perfect For:
- Camping & Backpacking
- Emergency Preparedness & Survival
- Hunting & Fishing
- Occasional Everyday Use
Which Package Is Right for Me?
Save when you buy in bulk with Mountain House case packs. Lighter appetite? The single serve 4-pack is for you. Our 4-pack contains four single serving pouches. Heartier appetite or looking to share a meal on the trail? Each pouch in our 6-pack contains two and a half 1-cup servings. These case packs are perfect for when you want to stock up on your favorite meal at once.
Our #10 Can. Eight 1-Cup servings of your favorite Mountain House meals. Perfect for small group feedings - like those late nights after a soccer game.
This pouch comes with 2.5 servings. If you have a lighter appetite, you may want to share with a friend on your next camping trip. If you're of the heartier of appetites this one is all for you.
Meet our Pro-Pak. It's vacuum sealed to prevent from expanding at higher elevations. Each pak has 2 servings. Perfect for your next backpacking adventure.
How To Make Mountain House
Open your can or pouch and remove the oxygen absorber. If you forget, don't worry it won't harm you.
Just add water. See back of package for amount. Mountain House can be made directly in the packaging saving you time from cleanup.
Stir, close, and let stand. In less than 10 minutes, you'll have a delicious meal waiting to be savored.
MOUNTAIN HOUSE CHICKEN FRIED RICEChicken Fried Rice has arrived! New from Mountain house, this meal is great on the trail, on the mountain, or even at home. Made with long grain rice, delicious chicken, scrambled eggs, chopped onions, savory mushrooms, green peas, red peppers, and diced carrots.
Style: #10 Can
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I've spent a lot of time researching survival food, and you can save some time and just stick with Mountain House. These #10 cans are great for long-term storage and, if you don't let them get too hot, will last for at least 30 years. I have had some in storage for 7 years so far and have tried them and they still taste great. When "it" "hits the fan," I know I will want comfort food that tastes good and this fits the bill.
1. Plus - This tastes very good. Though I was testing it in my kitchen, I poured the boiling water right into the pouch as you would if I was camping. The rice was soft but not mushy.
2. Minus – As with most prepared foods, this has a lot of sodium. One cup of the prepared rice has 600 mg of sodium. A whole bag, which is 2 1/5 cups, has a whopping 1500 mg. To quote the Mayo Clinic's website: "The Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend limiting sodium to less than 2,300 mg a day — or 1,500 mg if you're age 51 or older, or if you are black, or if you have high blood pressure, diabetes or chronic kidney disease."
I ate one bag for dinner as a one-dish casserole type meal. I was definitely full, so I wouldn't have needed to make the whole bag my meal. My point is, though, that as an emergency food, where you might not have fresh veggies to eat on the side, this Chicken Fried Rice has a lot of salt.
3. Plus – Ease of preparation is excellent. Just pour boiling water into the pouch and stir. Seal the pouch (it has a zip-like closure), wait 10 minutes, open and eat.
4. Minus – In a pinch, you can just eat this straight from the pouch, but it takes some knawing and it will make you thirsty. So you need not only potable water but very hot potable water. As almost all emergency-storage foods I've come across do need added water, I guess this is a sort-of minus.
5. Plus – If you're in an emergency and counting on your stored food, this seems like a great option. Good calorie count to give you energy – 260 calories per cup – and a decent amount of protein and saturated fat (no trans fat):
In one cup, 8 g fat, 36 g carbs, 11 g protein
6. Plus – Long shelf life. The bag of Chicken Fried Rice I just purchased has a use-by date of November 2027.
Contains milk, soy, wheat and egg
A good choice for our emergency supplies. I'm trying more of the Mountain House brand supplies.
All the emergency/camping food we have is by this company. We found it tasted the best and didn't have gross things in it or wads of salt. No fillers, no textured vegetable protein (TVP), just food, cooked well and freeze dried. You can make this in the can all at once, or scoop enough out for however many you need at the time.
Shelf life is 25+ years, even longer if you can store it in a cool place.