Hungering for your favorite white meat without the sodium and environmental impact?Try Hungry Planet's plant-based "white meat" variety pack! Use Hungry Planet Chicken™️ and Hungry Planet Pork™️ in your prized recipe as a 1:1 swap. Healthful options for you, a better solution for the planet.
Variety Pack includes: 2 packs of Hungry Planet Chicken™ (12 oz. each) & 2 packs of Hungry Planet Pork™ (12 oz. each) 3 Pounds total
Chef-crafted, plant-basedHungry Planet Chicken™️ and Hungry Planet Pork™️
Perfect for curries, fried rice, piccata - any dish requiring conventional lean chicken or pork
It's a simple switch.
75% Less Fat
41% Fewer Calories
NO Saturated Fat or Cholesterol
17 Grams Protein Per Serving
Cooking Instructions: Thaw in refrigerator overnight. Season and use as you would conventional ground chicken or pork in any recipe. Cook as you would lean meat until hot all the way through - internal temperature 160°F. For patties, medallions, or cutlets, bake or cook on a preheated oiled nonstick pan or grill at high heat. Cook approx. 1/3 less time than conventional chicken or pork. Avoid overcooking. For all uses, season to taste. Refreeze at any stage of preparation.
I love all the products! The pork was my favorite and tastes so delicious in lettuce cups!
Makes great pork chops. Simply divine :)
I mix dried rosemary with Hungry Planet Pork, then shape it like pork chops, and pan fry it with a little oil on high heat for a few minutes per side. Then I serve it with a red cabbage slaw. It's simply divine.
Perfect for my chicken salad sandwiches! Delighted
One of the things I missed most about going mainly plant-based the past few years, was my chicken salad sandwiches. Until finding Hungry Planet Chicken, I couldn't find anything that resembled chicken texture or taste for my favorite chicken salad sandwiches. I saw this and took a chance. I absolutely love it! It even smells like chicken when it is cooking. I made my famous chicken protein salad sandwich mix and it was delicious! My husband even loved it and he isn't a non-meat eater. Definitely will try this with other recipes.