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V394 Four 1 lb. Trays Sauced Pulled Chicken

Looking for a tender, juicy and full of flavor chicken in a KC Style BBQ Sauce?

Look no further than our customer favorite Sauced BBQ Pulled Chicken. We use our traditional cure recipe before we fully cook it and hand pull it for the absolute highest quality, before adding our own Kansas City Style BBQ sauce.

A fast, nutritious, delicious and convenient meal that can be heated & served in under five minutes thanks to our Homemade in a Hurry® line of products.

How To Heat Pulled Chicken In the Microwave

  • Thaw in the refrigerator before microwaving. Can be heated from frozen but requires extra heating time. 
  • Do not remove or puncture the film attached to the top of the tray. 
  • Place the tray in the microwave. 
  • Heat on high for approximately 3 ½ to 4 ½ minutes. 
  • The film will expand and form a bubble during heating, and then self vent and slowly relax. 
  • Remove from microwave and let rest for 2 minutes.

Caution contents are very hot. Peel off the film, serve and enjoy. Heating time is approximate due to the variability of microwave ovens.

How To Heat Pulled Chicken On The Stovetop

  • Thaw tray overnight in the refrigerator.
  • Open tray & place product into a small saucepan.
  • Place on stovetop and heat slowly, stirring over medium heat.

How much meat per person?

Serving Sizes:

Estimate 3/4 lb. per person for Bone-In Meats

Estimate 1/2 lb. per person for Boneless Meats

Basic Meat Serving Suggestion Tips

  • Standalone meats such as chicken breast or steak allow 6 to 8 ounces per person.
  • Stuffed Meats allow 4 to 6 ounces per person.
  • Meats served in a BBQ Sauce or gravy allow 4 to 5 ounces per person.
  • When serving hamburgers allow 8 ounces per person.
  • Serving sizes vary depending on when a meal is served. Meat portions are generally 25% smaller at lunch time than dinner time.
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