Dixie Diners’ Club – Chicken (Not!) Strips, 1 lb bag (Pack of 2)

“Chicken” alternative great for any recipe calling for pieces of chicken Great for pasta, stir fry, casseroles, burritos, and more. Hydrate then use like meat. Filling, satisfying, and high in protein! Contains no animal products! Product Features Vegan / Vegetarian meat substitute Free from animal products Gluten Free Low Fat & Low Sodium Non-GMO Soy

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“Chicken” alternative great for any recipe calling for pieces of chicken Great for pasta, stir fry, casseroles, burritos, and more. Hydrate then use like meat. Filling, satisfying, and high in protein! Contains no animal products!

Product Features

  • Vegan / Vegetarian meat substitute
  • Free from animal products
  • Gluten Free
  • Low Fat & Low Sodium
  • Non-GMO Soy

Comments

Amazon Customer says:

Perfect texture You do have to season adequately, but it doesn’t take a medical degree to do it. Here’s how I prepared it and the result was fantastic. I heated the water to boiling with some rosemary, red pepper flake, a tiny bit of salt, and black pepper, then soaked the Chicken Not strips in it. I kept the soaked Chicken Not in the fridge over night. The next day I made Julie Jordan’s cashew chili recipe (google it) without the cashews or vinegar (or the butter, for my fellow vegans) and added the…

Cecille Parrenas says:

AWESOME once you figure it out. This is a great product, but may take some finessing to get it cooked to your liking. Read the tips throughout the reviews, they’re very helpful! I prepped my Chicken-Not strips by first boiling them in vegetable stock for 8 minutes. I then prepared them as I would real chicken. I sauteed them in a teriyaki sauce and reduced it down. The texture was PERFECT after this. If you eat the Chicken-Not strips directly after reconstituting them, they’re pretty gross. I tried a soft piece and it made me…

Cherry says:

Made me sick 🙁 I originally wanted the beef not, but I think I will pass. They rehydrate it to a rubbery texture even though I added more water than was supposed to. They had a weird aftertaste and they made me sick to my stomach. I guess it’s an acquired taste and not for the sensitive

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