Friday, July 13, 2018

Turkey Dinner Casserole

Part of my disaster preparedness plan includes storing food in case of an emergency. This means that “prepper” type freeze dried food.  In a previous blog post I suggested you try some of these before you commit to storing it in your kit, because, to put it bluntly, some of the available options taste like dog poo.

After trying several brands I discovered one that I really like.  And by that I mean I’d eat it even if it wasn’t an emergency.  It’s called Mountain House.  They sell these nifty little pouches you add water to and a few minutes later you have a meal.  So far I have purchased two ten-packs of their chili mac.  I love chili mac.  And this one is not gourmet, but it’s not bad either, for a freeze dried food. 

Yesterday I tried their turkey casserole.  Not bad, not bad at all.  Thankfully I now have some variety in my disaster kit.  I’ve ordered several other flavors to try.  But for now, chili mac and turkey casserole are highly recommended. 

Open the pouch, pour 1 1/4 cups of boiling water, stir and wait 5 minutes.  Stir again and wait 4 minutes.  Enjoy.  A pouch makes two servings which I managed to eat by myself in one sitting.  I was stuffed. 

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