Chicken Tikka

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This Indian style dish includes pan-seared white chicken breast, cauliflower, peas and rice all slow cooked in a flavorful Tikka Masala sauce.

One portion is built to feed one person with a hearty appetite or two lighter eaters, such as children. Click our "Portion Chart" button for more information!

Instructions & Tips

Slow Cooker: 4-6 Hrs on Low (make sure your slow cooker is between a quarter to three quarters filled, any less the sauce will burn and any more the meal may not cook in time)

Pan/Skillet: Completely defrost then pour contents into a pan over medium heat. Cook for 15-20 minutes.

Pressure Cooker: 10 to 15 minutes.

Boil in Bag: Boil a pot of water. Place frozen meal bag into the pot. Cook for 20 to 30 minutes. Make sure the bag is submerged in the water and not touching the pot. Plastic touching the pot may burn. The bag will be hot and releases hot steam when opened.

Rice: Add rice to slow cooker for last 20 minutes before ready to eat or boil in bag for 12 minutes.

2 Nutritional Servings per portion: Amount per serving (403g) Calories-350 Total Fat-9.5g, Saturated Fat-6g, Sodium-550mg, Carbohydrates-25g, Dietary Fiber-5g, Sugar-11g, Protein-37g

Ingredients: Butterfly Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast, Crushed Tomatoes, Cauliflower, Green Peas, Unsweetened Coconut Milk, Yellow Onions, Fresh Peeled Garlic, Ground Ginger, Brown Sugar, Garam Masala, Ground Coriander, Ground Cumin, Salt, Crushed Red Pepper

Disclaimer: All meals are produced in a kitchen that contains allergens including but not limited to wheat, soy, dairy and shellfish.

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Nutrition Facts

In order to provide the most accurate nutritional information we provided the value of both the ingredients and sauce separate for the majority of our meal. We do this because we understand that our customers will in most cases not consume all of the sauce provided with our dishes. The reason for this is our dishes are built for the slow cooker and we must include extra sauce to ensure the ingredients cook evenly.  

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