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El Monterey Family Pack Beef & Bean Chimichangas 8 ct

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Storage: Keep frozen.
Directions: Cooking for Beef & Bean Chimichangas: Microwave (1,100 Watt Microwave): 1 min 15 sec frozen. Setting: high. Place 1 chimichanga on microwave safe plate. Frozen: 1 minute, 15 seconds. Additional Units Add: 1 minute. Let product stand 30 seconds before eating. Oven: 375 degrees F. 25 minutes frozen. Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Place chimichangas on baking sheet with 1 inch between chimichangas. Bake uncovered. Frozen: 25 minutes. Let stand 1 minute before eating. For food safety and quality, internal product temperature must reach 161 degrees F. Since ovens vary, cooking times may require adjusting. Caution: Product may be hot.
State Of Readiness: prepared, heat and serve
Storage State: frozen
TCIN: 13353320
UPC: 071007010941
Item Number (DPCI): 270-06-0378
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