Backpackers Pantry Chicken Piccata & Tagliatelle Pasta

Backpackers Pantry Chicken Piccata & Tagliatelle Pasta

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Product Description

Transport yourself to Italy with our version of Chicken Picatta. We combine imported Belgian egg pasta with all-natural chicken breast, parmesan, capers, parsley, and lemon juice. Simply boil two and a half cups of water and add to the pouch. Stir and let sit for 20 minutes. Voila! You will swear you are in a gourmet restaurant.

This entrée is incredible. That’s almost all we need to say. But we’ll go ahead and tell you that our delicate egg-pasta is shaped in to tagliatelle and freeze-dried in Belgium, so instead of pasta glue you have an authentic Italian dish that holds up while you eat it. You may not believe this pasta isn’t fresh. We love authentic, but we also love zesty so we twisted this classic meal with a lemon-garlic sauce, freeze-dried capers, and parmesan. It’s like you’re chowing down on a gourmet meal while you’re on your most daring adventure—truly, Our Chef, Your Adventure. It’s easy and lightweight, so it goes anywhere that you do. But just because it’s a pasta dish, doesn’t mean it’s not high protein. The protein from our all-natural white meat chicken tops in at 24 grams per serving and is anything but lacking. This recipe is brought to you from Boulder, Colorado so that you can enjoy Italy anywhere and everywhere. On top of that, just like all of our meals, Backpacker’s Pantry Chicken Piccata & Tagliatelle Pasta is preservative free and with a 10-year shelf life, so it’s ready when you are.

Ingredients

TAGLIATELLE PASTA (DURUM WHEAT SEMOLINA, WATER, EGG ALBUMEN, SALT), CHICKEN BREAST (COOKED, DICED AND FREEZE-DRIED), ORGANIC EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL, BUTTER SAUCE (MODIFIED CORN STARCH, SALT, WHEY SOLIDS, NON-FAT DRY MILK, DEHYDRATED BUTTER, NATURAL BUTTER

CONTAINS: MILK, EGGS, WHEAT, AND GLUTEN

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