- Freeze Dried Main Meal
- Dry Weight of 128g or 213g
- Energy of 604kcal or 1005kcal
- Long shelf life
Ingredients: Parboiled Long Grain Rice (29%), Diced Onions, Diced Cooked Chicken (12%), Chopped Tomatoes, Diced Bell Peppers, Sweetcorn, Rapeseed Oil, Red Kidney Beans, Fajita Paste (Onion Puree, Sunflower Oil, Lemon Juice, Sugar, Red Chillies, Garlic Puree, Paprika, Salt, Ground Cumin); Cornflour, Salt.
Allergy Information: None.
Nutrition Per 100g
Energy 472kcal, Protein 22g, Carbohydrates 44.4g, Sugar 6.7g, Fat 21.5g, Saturated Fat 1.9g, Fibre 6.8g, Salt 0.8g
Nutrition Per Pack 128g
Energy 604kcal, Protein 28.2g, Carbohydrates 56.9g, Sugar 8.5g, Fat 27.5g, Saturated Fat 2.4g, Fibre 8.7g, Salt 1g
Nutrition Per Pack 213g
Energy 1005kcal, Protein 47g, Carbohydrates 94.6g, Sugar 14.2g, Fat 45.8g, Saturated Fat 4g, Fibre 14.4g, Salt 1.7g
Really nice meal, portion size just right and goes well with a wrap 😋
Decent meal in the Summit To Eat range, chicken resembles actual chicken and rehydrates well, add a little more water than specified and leave about 10 min rather than the suggested 8.
Its an interesting mix of good quality ingredients, I wouldn't really say its very fajita like, though it would make a good burrito!
Lacking a bit in flavour and certainly needs plenty more spice, I'd rate this below Pasta Bolognese, Beef Stew and the excellent new spicey pasta arrabiata which is my current favourite of the Summit to Eat meals.
Whilst the Beef Stew remains my favourite Summit to Eat meal the Chicken Fajita with Rice comes a close second.
I tend to add slightly more boiling water than advertised and leave it for 10 mins and I find the consistency is perfect - provided I’ve given it a good stir. Flavour is very good, spicy without being too aggressive, good amount in the standard pack meant I felt full and satisfied so no need for anything else. It wouldn’t win any awards for looks but this is a dehydrated meal & eaten out of the pouch it’s fine. My only grumble is that the oxygen preserver is a devil to find, normally hiding at the bottom of the pouch. A solid 9 out of 10 for me.
My wife is coeliac, and so we buy gluten free food. She likes this one so much that we always have one around as a standby, not for camping. Perfect for when we drive to Spain, we know she has a tasty meal to hand, always. Very good.
This is the second summit to eat I’ve tried, its my favourite so far, the chicken is a wee bit chewy but I kinda liked that, after a tough days walking with a full pack it hit the spot. I wasn’t expecting much from dehydrated meals to be honest and I’m super fussy, the good thing is there are no preservatives or bad stuff which makes me very happy.