Indulge your inner foodie with an aromatic treat on the trail. Featuring sliced chicken with a fragrant combination of curry and spices, this savory meal tickles the taste buds with a creamy coconut cream sauce and a hint of ginger, cumin, and cinnamon. Top it off with roast veggies for a satisfying dinner the entire camp will want to try.
HOW TO MAKE
29 g fat
52 g protein
13 g carbohydrates
5 g fiber
8 g net carbs
freeze-dried chicken, organic coconut milk powder (dehydrated organic coconut milk, organic tapioca maltodextrin (derived from organic yuca root), organic acacia fiber), medium chain triglycerides powder (medium chain triglycerides, prebiotic acacia fiber), freeze-dried broccoli, freeze-dried red bell pepper, freeze-dried yellow bell pepper, organic curry powder (coriander, turmeric, brown mustard, fenugreek seed, cumin, cinnamon, red pepper flakes, ginger, black pepper, cardamom), salt, garlic powder, organic tomato powder, ground cumin, ground ginger, ground cinnamon
Tear open pouch at notch and remove oxygen absorber
Bring 6–7 oz of water to a boil and pour into pouch until contents are submerged (but not swimming)
Stir contents, seal, and let your meal rehydrate for 7–10 minutes (use caution: bag can get very hot)
Open bag, stir again, and enjoy!
Best camp food ever! Especially if you appreciate primal diet, nutrient dense real food, Higher quality fat, protein, no refined sugars and lower carbs. Excellent for blood sugar regulation and serious hiking. All the flavors were fantastic!
Most of the next mile meals I have tried I’ve had way too much salt in them. This one did not appear to be the case and tasted pretty good.
Hands down, my favorite of all the Next Mile meals!
For as excited as I was to find a Ketogenic backing food, I was equally disappointed with the end result. The taste of the sauce is awesome but no matter how hot I got the water or how long I let it steep, I could not get the chicken or veggies to hydrate. I couldn’t stomach the mix. Very disappointing. I emailed the company and they said no one else has ever complained about that issue. Ok.
We just finished a week on the AT and Next Mile Meals were consistently the best of all the backpacking meals we brought for breakfast and dinner. We brought a variety of brands that were considered "the best", but there was really no comparison with NMM. It took a little bit to get the water and heating times right, but I suspect that's the case with most meals in a bag. Moving forward, we won't be taking anything but NMM with us on the trails.
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