I've had a number of these lately, testing out the different flavors to see what I would like to have in the family camping and emergency supplies stash. I have been continually surprised at how good the flavors are, and how much I enjoy eating these.
The gravy mix is at the bottom, so what you do to prepare this is you measure out your boiling water carefully and pour it in, give it a stir and close the container, wait a few minutes as specified on the package, stir and close the container again to let it finish soaking in.
In my experience, the meals rehydrate best when they are made with extremely hot boiling water, and when you make sure that you do not in any way skimp on the liquid component. I measured sloppily on one of mine, and the biscuits came out a little crunchy. I have also noticed that for my personal tastes, I prefer a longer wait time than they specify. At the beginning of my meal, the center of some of the larger chunks were not fully rehydrated, and though we were all okay with the tiny bit of crunch, the meal tasted much more like a normal meal when we were almost at the end of eating it. I was worried about letting it set too long to where it got soggy, but that didn't occur, it just got tastier with a longer soaking time.
As for the flavor of this one specifically, they really got the seasonings just right. It feels like a very comforting, homemade meal, with a nice thick chicken gravy pulling together all of the chunks.