About the product
Most commercially sold minced chicken meat is boiled. Our product is cooked in a braised in a kettle, roasted and minced properly.
What do we mean by braising?
Braising is a cooking method that combines high and low heat. Typically, the food- in this case minced chicken meat- is seared at first in high temperatures, and finished with a lid covering the kettle at a lower temperature to sit and simmer in a liquid sauce to add flavor. This allows the meat to absorb the flavor and become tender, all the while ensuring that the meat doesn’t go dry.
Domestic chicken thighs were used.
How to prepare
If you want to defrost in boiling water, take the smaller frozen packaged bags out of the product bag and boil for 4 minutes.If you prefer to use the microwave, remove the portions that you need out of the bag and heat 1 bag for 2 minutes in a 500W microwave or 1 minute 30 seconds in a 600W model.Please be careful when opening the bag because the product will be too hot. It’s possible that there are black spots in the product. This is a slight browning caused by the soy sauce burnt on, and does not mean a problem with the quality of the product. Cooking suggestions: minced chicken meat can be reformed into chicken meatballs or chicken burgers, used in meatloaf, or added to soup.
Ingredients & Nutrition
This product contains chicken, (including wheat) soy sauce, granular vegetable protein (soy), sugar, rice oil, ginger, mirin, fermented rice seasoning, salt, yeast extract, caramel coloring. .
Volume: 140g (70g × 2 bags)
Calories: 1 bag (70g) 171kcal
Salt Equivalent: 1.6g
This product is not suitable for anyone with allergies to wheat, soy or chicken.
The recommended shelf life for this product is 12 months.
Origin of ingredients
Origin of ingredients: chicken (domestic). Prepared and packaged in Japan.
Specialty: Additive Free, Non-GMO