Chicken "Mole" with Guacamole "Rice"


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After consulting with licensed doctors and practitioners we have made adjustments to the recipe so that it is more in-line with recommended daily nutritional values. Same great flavor with balanced nutrition! Mole is a traditional sauce used in Mexican cuisine. The word “mole” is a derivative from an Aztec word and it simply means “sauce”. But it has come to be associated with a sauce made with various spices, chilies, and cocoa powder. The flavors are dark and mysterious with layers of flavor. With so many ingredients that are non-AIP, how can this dish be compliant? Executive Chef Ann Lotterhos worked diligently to recreate the traditional sauce with strictly AIP ingredients. Try some today, you will be surprised by the layers of rich flavor in our new Chicken Mole, perfectly paired with our new Guacamole Rice.

organic free-range chicken
coconut aminos (coconut tree sap, sea salt)
tigernut flour
carob powder
organic free-range chicken stock
extra virgin olive oil
smoked sea salt
lime juice (lime juice concentrate, filtered water)
Must be received and stored frozen until “use-by” date. May be held refrigerated up to 3 days prior to reheating and consumption.

Thawing and reheating instructions:  Remove container from the freezer and defrost overnight in the refrigerator.  Oven: Preheat oven to 350°F. Remove film from the container, cover with foil and place on cookie sheet. Heat for 30-35 minutes until hot all the way through (165°F).  Microwave: peel back film to vent on both sides. Heat on high for 4-6 minutes until hot all the way through (165°F).

**Our trays are not toaster oven safe.**