Storage: Keep frozen.
Diretions: Heating Instructions (appliances vary, heating times approximate): Oven (Preferred): Preheat the oven to 425 degrees F. Place frozen patties in a single layer on a baking sheet brushed lightly with oil. Bake until hot, about 18 minutes, or to desired color and crispiness, turning patties over halfway through cooking time. Microwave: Place frozen patties on paper towel in single layer on microwave safe plate. Microwave on high: 1 patty: 1-1/2 min; 2 patties: 2-1/2 min; 3 patties: 3-1/2 min; 4 patties: 4 min.
Serving Size: 1.0 pieces
Country of Origin: United States
Cut of Meat: Breast
Store: In a Frozen location at Frozen
Exterior Container: Paper or cardboard Box
Wellness Standard: Meets minimum requirements
Type of Meat: Chicken
Main Ingredient: Meat
Features: No added antibiotics, minimally processed, USDA natural
State of Readiness: Needs to be fully cooked, prepared, heat and serve
Servings: 4, Exact
Package type: Individual item multi-serving
Number of interior containers: 0
Seasoning or marinade: Seasoning blend
Bone cut type: Boneless
Exterior container weight: 12.0 ounces
Item Number (DPCI): 210-05-0062
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