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Individually packaged chicken filets

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100 calorie packs...of chicken!

  • Mar 16, 2009
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I live alone, and while I like to cook chicken breast for lunch or dinner every now and then, I never seem to make it all the way through a package that you buy from the grocery store before it needs to be frozen. I also always manage to buy the pack that has a couple of normal sized chicken breasts and then a few really small ones- or one really large one…which to some extent makes it so I have to cook more food than I want.

Perdue perfect portions are a pack of 6 individually wrapped chicken breasts. Each one is relatively the same size, and is 130 calories. When I'm ready to eat lunch I just unwrap one individual filet rather than a whole pack, pop it on the George Foreman, and I'm 10 minutes away from a healthy lunch.  I can freeze the rest, and just leave one in my fridge at a time for cooking- that way I don't forget about it and accidentally waste a whole pack.

Perdue Perfect Portions Uncooked Chicken

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May 13, 2009
Those sound perfect for me! I've actually started buying the foster farms frozen chicken breast at Costco for the same convenience reason. The chicken comes with 2 in a pack (perfect for my boyfriend and I for dinner)...so I just throw one in the fridge to be defrosted and ready for dinner :). I'm on the west coast and haven't seen the individual perdue chicken breasts - which grocery stores did you pick them up at? If you feel like getting creative with it - check out this yummy recipe on Pan Roasted Chicken with Proscuitto, Rosemary and Lemon
 
March 16, 2009
This sounds like a really good idea. Are the packs generally more or less expensive than other similar frozen chicken breast packs? Do they also have a fully cooked version?
 
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