Backpacker Pantry: Santa Fe Style Rice & Beans with Chicken
- Transport yourself to the southwestern United States with our Santa Fe style rice w/chicken. Enjoy New Mexican green chiles blended with all-natural chicken, black beans, corn, cheddar cheese, and rice. A protein packed entree that is full of flavor. Bring along a fresh avocado to dice up on top!
- Santa Fe is our favorite weekend get-away when we go south from our home here in beautiful Boulder, Colorado. So we decided we had to include some traditional and authentically local New Mexican green chilies to make this Southwestern favorite. You’ll feel like you’re in Santa Fe with us while getting an almost-unbelievable 27 grams of protein per serving. How do you do high protein? We use our all-natural white meat chicken to get there. Those green chilies couldn’t be better when combined with our super sweet corn and cheddar cheese, all blended with long grain brown rice. No gluten hiding in here though, and like all of our gluten-free meals, it’s tested to 20 ppm so you won’t be left wondering if you’re getting only the good stuff. It’s easy to prepare too, you will want to make it in your dorm room or at your desk. Just add 2 cups of boiling water, stir and wait 20 minutes and Backpacker’s Pantry Santa Fe Style Chicken is ready for your adventure of any kind. This high energy meal will give you the high energy you need, while not weighing you down. Freeze-dried goodness with no preservatives, 7-years of shelf-life and delicious. What’s your next adventure? Make sure it’s flavored with Santa Fe Style Chicken.
SAUCE [BLACK BEANS, CHICKEN (COOKED, DICED AND FREEZE-DRIED), CHEDDAR CHEESE (PASTEURIZED MILK, CHEESE CULTURES, SALT, ENZYMES, ANNATTO), TOMATO, ONION, SUPER SWEET CORN, TOMATO, POTATO STARCH, NONFAT MILK, MALTODEXTRIN, GREEN CHILI PEPPER, SALT, SUGAR.
Remove and discard enclosed oxygen absorber before beginning food preparation. Add 2-1/4 cups (540 mL) of boiling water to all contents. Stir well. Seal and let sit for 15-20 minutes. Stir and serve. Rehydration time doubles every 5,000 feet of elevation gain. Our directions are set for 5,000 feet.