Naomi’s Kitchen will provide foil, zip lock baggies, Saran Wrap and all pans. Please bring either a cooler or a laundry basket to transport your meals.

If there is an entrée you do not like, you may double up on another entrée as long as you have the correct total amount.

6 Serving menu:
• 12 entrees that feed six for $290 (Pick Up Only)

3 Serving menu:
• 15 entrees that feed three for $204 (Pick Up Only)

2 Serving menu:
• 15 entrees that each feed two for $162 (Pick Up Only)

3 Serving Gluten Free menu:
• 8 entrees that each feed three for $160 (Pick Up Only)

2 Serving Low Carb menu:
• 8 entrees that each feed two for $160 (Pick Up Only)

Delivery fee: Add $35 (30 mile radius from North Liberty)

January 2021 - 6 Serving & 3 Serving MENU
• Baked Denver Omelet
If you love a good Denver Omelet then THIS is the breakfast bake for you! Seasoned breading, diced ham, peppers, onions, baked with a creamy egg mixture, and topped with shredded cheddar. No egg on the stove or botched egg flip in the skillet. Just pop the pan in the oven and walk away. Come back 45-60 min later and BAM, you've got breakfast with none of the hassle. One 8x8 pan for three-serving orders, two for six-serving orders.
Nutritional Information: 4 servings per pan: Cal 218; fat 8g; cholesterol 47mg; sodium 1100mg; carbs 14g; fiber 0g; sugar 6g; protein 21g.
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 for 45-60 min or until eggs are set in middle. Let sit for 5-10 min before cutting. Serve with fresh fruit.
• Bang Bang Chicken
We almost called this "Vacation Chicken" because we had it on vacation and HAD to recreate it here! The staff and their families LOVED it! Tender boneless chicken breasts smothered in a creamy, sweet and spicy sauce topped with buttery cracker crumbs. You won't want to miss this one! 1 8x8 for 3 serving, 2 8x8 for 6 serving menu.
Nutritional Information: Per chicken breast: Cal 403; Fat 16g; cholesterol; sodium 768mg; carbs 23g; fiber 0g; sugar 13g; protein 40g.
Cooking Instructions: Thaw in fridge for 24 hours. Preheat oven to 350. Bake uncovered for 30-45 min or until chicken is no longer pink in the center. Goes great with sweet potato fries.
• BBQ Beef Ribs
A generous helping of boneless beef ribs slow cooked all day in Naomis own sweet BBQ sauce. These will melt in your mouth! Large Ziploc. One bag for 3 serving orders, two for 6 serving orders.
Nutritional Information: Per serving: calories 560; fat 30g; carbs 12g; fiber 1g; protein 40g; sodium 400mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw at least 24 hours in fridge. Place contents of bag in (appropriate size) slow cooker. Cook on low 6-8 hours. Crock pot cooking times and sizes vary. Goes great with scalloped potatoes!
• BBQ Pork Chops Over Cornbread Stuffing
Plump center-cut boneless chops over buttery cornbread stuffing, topped with sweet BBQ sauce. One 8x8 for 3 serving orders, two for 6 serving orders.
Nutritional Information: Per Serving: calories 547; fat 33g; carbs 23g; fiber 3g; protein 37g; sodium 622mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw at least 24 hours in fridge. Bake at 350 covered for 60-75 min. Check after 45 min. You may need to uncover them to cook them faster. Great with fresh steamed green beans.
• Cheeseburger Pasta Bake
Cooked spaghetti topped with seasoned ground beef and a wonderful mix of tomatoes, sour cream and onion seasoning. Shredded cheddar is melted over the top for gooey perfection! Our entire staff LOVED this one! One 8x8 pan for 3 serving orders, two 8x8 pans for 6 serving menu.
Nutritional Information: 3 servings per 8x8: Cal 526; Fat 25g; sodium 626 mg; carbs 46g; fiber 3g; protein 28g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 degrees for 35-45 min or until hot all the way through with cheese golden brown.
• Chicken Caesar Pasta
Cooked pasta, seasoned cooked chicken breast pieces, peppers, onions and mozzarella all smothered in a creamy Caesar pasta sauce topped with crunchy, buttery croutons. We all devoured this one and we know you will too! One 8x8 for 3 serving orders, two for 6 serving orders.
Nutritional Information: Cal 440; Fat 17g; Sodium 510mg; Carbs 40g; Fiber 2g; Protein 21g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 for 30-45 min, stir slightly halfway through cooking time to make sure all pasta is covered in sauce. Great with Caesar salad or fresh tomatoes.
• Dilly Salmon
Three boneless, skinless salmon fillets in a yummy dill marinade. One Ziploc for 3 serving menu, two bags for 6 serving.
Nutritional Information: Per Serving: Cal 448, fat 25g: cholesterol 105mg: sodium 436mg: carbs 11g: sugar 10g: protein 37g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Place salmon in baking dish and bake uncovered at 350 degrees for 25-35 min or until fish flakes easily. Pour sauce from bottom of pan over salmon. Enjoy with a salad, steamed veggies, or rice.
• Grandma Strabala’s Chicken Noodle Soup
Tender cooked chicken, carrots in a hearty broth with thick egg noodles. Soothing during any season. Ziploc bag. One bag for 3 serving orders, two for 6 serving orders.
Nutritional Information: Per Serving: 188 Calories; 8g Fat; 11g Protein; 17g Carbohydrate; 1g Fiber; 301mg Sodium.
Cooking Instructions: Thaw soup at least 24 hrs. in fridge. Place contents of soup bag only into pot. Add 3 cups of water to empty soup bag. Swish water around to get remaining ingredients out. Pour this water in w/ soup and mix. Bring to a boil. Add dry noodles, reduce heat and simmer 20-30 min.
• Honey Sesame Chicken
Our kids called this : The best chicken EVER! You be the judge. Tender boneless chicken breasts baked in our own Honey Sesame sauce. Just bake, slice, and serve. Great over rice or noodles. Ziploc bag. One Ziploc for 3 serving orders, two for 6 serving orders.
Nutritional Information: Calories 255; Fat 1.5g; Sodium 1000mg; Carbs 22.3g; Fiber .5g; Protein 35g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Place chicken and contents of bag into appropriate sized baking dish. Bake uncovered at 350 for 25-35 min or until chicken is no longer pink. Remove chicken and cut into bite sized pieces. Place chicken back into sauce. Serve over cooked rice or cooked noodles.
• Oven Fried Chicken
Plump chicken breasts with buttermilk and crunchy fried chicken breading for you to bake in your oven. Troy and the kids RAVED about this one! One 8x8 for 3 serving orders, two for 6 serving orders.
Nutritional Information: Per serving: calories 245; fat 2g; carbs 15g; fiber trace; protein 37g; sodium 394mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 for 35-45 min or until chicken is no longer pink. Great with mashed potatoes and cole slaw!
• Southwest Lasagna
This was another employee favorite on “try a new recipe day” at Naomi’s Kitchen. Seasoned ground beef, black beans, corn, tomatoes, and cheese layered between lasagna sheets and topped with cheddar. One 8x8 for 3 serving orders, two for 6 serving orders.
Nutritional Information: (4 servings per 8x8 pan)Cal 412; fat 20g; sodium 605 mg; carbs 36g; fiber 5g; protein 22g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hrs. in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 for 55-65 min. or until heated through. Let stand 10 min. before cutting.
• Superior Meatloaf
This is not your moms meatloaf! Lean ground beef is combined with smoked cooked bacon, onions, a little of this, and a little of that, then topped with a sweet savory glaze. One loaf pan for Family orders, two for Regular orders.
Nutritional Information: Calories 585; Fat 11g; Carbs 48g; Fiber 2g; Protein 27g; Sodium 864mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 48 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 for 45-60 min or until no longer pink in the center. Let rest 10-15 min before slicing. Goes great with garlic mashed potatoes!
• Teriyaki Pineapple Pulled Pork Sandwiches
Boneless pork roast slow cooked in our own teriyaki pineapple sauce. Throw this bad boy in the crock pot in the morning, shred it, and pile on King's Hawaiian buns that we provide. Our trial run of this entree got RAVE reviews from parents and children.
Nutritional Information: W/out bun: Cal 475; fat 18g; cholesterol 108mg; sodium 1751mg; carbs 37g; fiber 0g; sugar 7g; protein 44g W/ bun:Cal 615; fat 22g; cholesterol 128mg; sodium 1876mg; carbs 61g; fiber 0g; sugar 15g; protein 48g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Place roast & sauce in appropriate sized crock pot. Cook on low 6-8 hours. Shred with two forks. Stir 1-2 T flour into some of the juice and cook another 30-40 min on low until thickened. Serve on buns with pineapple slices (if desired.)
• Tortellini Skillet Toss
Cheese filled tortellini, sliced zucchini, whole green beans, tomatoe, garlic, and italian spices make this dish flavorful, colorful and all around wonderful. This one ranked as a staff favorite. Ziploc bag. One for 3 serving orders, two for 6 serving orders. Contains Alcohol
Nutritional Information: 260 Calories; 5g Fat; 11g Protein; 35g Carbohydrate; 5g Dietary Fiber; 336mg Sodium.
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Heat 2 tsp olive oil in frying pan. Place contents of bag in pan. Stir fry 7-10 min or until all ingredients are heated through.
• White Chili
Tender cooked chicken with white beans and green chilies in a sour cream broth. Garnish it at home with shredded Jack cheese and tortilla chips. What a great meal to come home to on a cold night! One Ziploc for 3 servingorders, two for 6 serving orders
Nutritional Information: Per serving: calories 418; fat 9g; carbs 24g; fiber 9g; protein 36g; sodium295mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hrs. in fridge. Pour contents into pan or crockpot, (appropriate size) add 2 cups water to bag and swish around Add to soup. Cook on stove top on med-high for 20-30 min. or until heated through. Cook in crock pot on low for 3-5 hrs. Crock pot cooking times may vary. Garnish with your own shredded Jack cheese and tortilla chips.
January 2021 - 2 Serving MENU
• Baked Denver Omelet (lite)
If you love a good Denver Omelet then THIS is the breakfast bake for you! Seasoned breading, diced ham, peppers, onions, baked with a creamy egg mixture, and topped with shredded cheddar. No egg on the stove or botched egg flip in the skillet. Just pop the pan in the oven and walk away. Come back 30-40 min later and BAM, you've got breakfast with none of the hassle. Foil pan
Nutritional Information: Per serving: Cal 189; fat 7g; cholesterol 38mg; sodium 928mg; carbs 13g; fiber 0g; sugar 6g protein 16g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 for 30-40 min or until eggs are set in middle. Let sit for 5-10 min before cutting. Serve with fresh fruit.
• Balsamic Chicken w/ Peppers
Two boneless chicken breasts with loads of colorful peppers and onions in an herbed balsamic vinaigrette for you to cook on your stove top. This looks as good as it tastes! Ziploc bag.
Nutritional Information: Cal 217; Fat 10g; Carbs 6g; Fiber 1g; Prot 26g; Sodium 180mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Heat 1 tsp olive oil in non-stick skillet. Place contents of bag into pan and cook over med heat 8-12 min or until chicken is no longer pink. While cooking, chicken can be cut into strips if desired. Serve hot.
• Bang Bang Chicken (lite)
We almost called this "Vacation Chicken" because we had it on vacation and HAD to recreate it here! The staff and their families LOVED it! Tender boneless chicken breasts smothered in a creamy, sweet and spicy sauce topped with buttery cracker crumbs. You won't want to miss this one!
Nutritional Information: Per breast: Cal 261; fat 9g; cholesterol 70mg; sodium 549mg; carbs 16g; fiber 0g; sugar 9g; protein 26g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw in fridge for 24 hours. Preheat oven to 350. Bake uncovered for 20-30 min or until chicken is no longer pink in the center. Goes great with sweet potato fries.
• Dilly Salmon (lite)
Two boneless, skinless salmon fillets in a yummy dill marinade. One Ziploc for 2 serving menu
Nutritional Information: Per Serving: Cal 400, carb 8, fat 15, protein 28, sodium 375
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Place salmon in baking dish and bake uncovered at 350 degrees for 25-35 min or until fish flakes easily. Pour sauce from bottom of pan over salmon after cooking. Enjoy with a salad, steamed veggies, or rice.
• Grandma Strabalas Chicken Noodle Soup (lit
Tender cooked chicken, carrots in a hearty broth with thick egg noodles. Soothing during any season. Ziploc bag.
Nutritional Information: Per Serving: 188 Calories; 8g Fat; 11g Protein; 17g Carbohydrate; 1g Fiber; 301mg Sodium.
Cooking Instructions: Thaw soup at least 24 hrs. in fridge. Place contents of soup bag only into pot. Add 2 cups of water to empty soup bag. Swish water around to get remaining ingredients out. Pour this water in w/ soup and mix. Bring to a boil. Add dry noodles, reduce heat and simmer 10 min.
• Greek Shrimp and Feta Fettuccine (lite)
Large, cooked, tail-on shrimp with snow peas, feta cheese and fettuccine in a wonderful Greek Vinaigrette. Just thaw, heat and enjoy! Our kids loved this one too! Ziploc bag.
Nutritional Information: Cal 312; Fat 7.8g; Protein 30.5g; Carb 30g; Fiber 2.4g; sodium 401mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw all ingredients in fridge 24 hours. Heat in microwave or on stove top. Sprinkle with feta cheese. Enjoy! Don\'t forget to remove the shrimp tails!
• Honey Sesame Chicken (lite)
Our kids called this :The best chicken EVER! You be the judge. Tender boneless chicken breasts baked in our own Honey Sesame sauce. Just bake, slice, and serve. Great over rice or noodles.
Nutritional Information: Cal 200; Fat 1g; Sodium 950mg; carb 21g; Fiber .5g; protein 24g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Place chicken and contents of bag into appropriate sized baking dish. Bake uncovered at 350 for 20-25 min or until chicken is no longer pink. Remove chicken and cut into bite sized pieces. Place chicken back into sauce. Serve over cooked rice or cooked noodles.
• Jerk Pork Chops with Mango Salsa
Two boneless pork loin chops in a sweet and spicy jerk marinade. Cook on your grill, stove top, or in your oven. Top with an excellent mango salsa that we provide. Two Ziploc bags.
Nutritional Information: Cal 189; Fat 3g; sodium 438mg; carb 13g; fiber 1g; protein 26g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw both bags 24 hours in fridge. Grill chops over med heat 3-4 min per side or until cooked through. Can also be cooked on the stovetop over med heat w/ marinade 4-6min per side, or 350 oven 25-30 min. Serve with mango salsa on top. Great with roasted veggies.
• Korean BBQ Stir Fry (lite)
Strips of lean beef soaked Naomi’s own authentic Asian marinade for you to stir fry with veggies we provide. 2 Ziploc bags.
Nutritional Information: 359 calories, 13g fat, 504mg sodium, 10g carbohydrates, 3g fiber, 22g protein.
Cooking Instructions: Thaw beef only in fridge for 24 hours. Heat 1 tsp oil in pan or wok. Cook beef in marinade until cooked through (5-8 min.) Add frozen veggies and cook another 5-7 min or until heated though.
• Lemon Tarragon Chicken w White Beans (lite)
Two boneless chicken breasts over a bed of white beans seasoned with lemon, tarragon, and pepper. This has wonderful, light flavor you are sure to enjoy. Foil pan.
Nutritional Information: Calories 330; fat 7g; carbs 12g; fiber 3g; sodium 920mg; protein 23.5g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake covered at 400 degrees for 20 min. Uncover and bake another 10-15 min or until chicken is no longer pink.
• Rosemary Turkey Meatloaf (lite)
A wonderful turkey meatloaf seasoned with rosemary and balsamic vinegar, and topped with sweet tomato brown sugar sauce. Foil pan. Great with fresh steamed green beans or mashed potatoes.
Nutritional Information: Cal 345; fat 10g; carbs 23g; fiber 1.5g; protein 20g; sodium 403mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 375 for 30-40 min. or until no longer pink.
• Southwest Lasagna (lite)
This was another employee favorite on “try a new recipe day” at Naomi’s Kitchen. Seasoned ground beef, black beans, corn, tomatoes, and cheese layered between lasagna sheets and topped with cheddar. One Loaf pan feeds 2
Nutritional Information: Per serving; Cal 428: fat 17g: cholesterol 41mg: sodium 732mg: carbs 24g fiber 3g: sugar 2g Protein 18g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 for 45-50 min or until cheese is golden brown. Remove from oven and let rest 10 min before serving.
• Tortellini and Broccoli Alfredo (lite)
Four cheese tortellini with vitamin rich broccoli tossed in creamy Alfredo sauce for you to thaw and cook on your stove top. Goes great with spinach salad! Ziploc bag.
Nutritional Information: Cal 337; Fat 9g; Carbs 40g; Fiber 3.3g; Prot 19g; Sod 700mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Heat 1 tsp olive oil in non-stick skillet. Heat contents of pan over med heat 7-10 min or until heated through. Can also be cooked 2-5 min in microwave safe dish.
• Tortellini Skillet Toss (Lite)
Cheese filled tortellini, sliced zucchini, whole green beans, tomatoe, garlic, and italian spices make this dish flavorful, colorful and all around wonderful. This one ranked as a staff favorite. Ziploc bag. Contains Alcohol
Nutritional Information: 212 Calories; 4g Fat; 11g Protein; 33g Carbohydrate; 5g Dietary Fiber; 236mg Sodium.
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Heat 2 tsp olive oil in frying pan. Place contents of bag in pan. Stir fry 7-10 min or until all ingredients are heated through.
• White Chili (lite)
Spicy white bean chili made with cooked chicken, green chilies, and onions. Top it off with some shredded Monterrey Jack cheese and you have a wonderfully satisfying meal. 1 ziploc bag.
Nutritional Information: Per serving: 300 calories, 7g fat, protein 25g, carbohydrates 19g, fiber 4g, sodium 200mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Place all ingredients into med sauce pan. Add 1½ cups water. Stir and cook 15-20 min or until heated through. Garnish with lite sour cream if desired.
January 2021 - 3 Serving Gluten Free MENU
• GF Baked Denver Omelet
If you love a good Denver Omelet then THIS is the breakfast bake for you! Seasoned breading, diced ham, peppers, onions, baked with a creamy egg mixture, and topped with shredded cheddar. No egg on the stove or botched egg flip in the skillet. Just pop the pan in the oven and walk away. Come back 45-60 min later and BAM, you've got breakfast with none of the hassle. One 8x8 pan.
Nutritional Information: 3 servings per pan: Cal 218; Fat 8g; Sodium 1100mg; Carbs 14g; Fiber 0g; Protein 21g.
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 for 45-60 min or until eggs are set in middle. Let sit for 5-10 min before cutting. Serve with fresh fruit.
• GF Bang Bang Chicken
We almost called this "Vacation Chicken" because we had it on vacation and HAD to recreate it here! The staff and their families LOVED it! Tender boneless chicken breasts smothered in a creamy, sweet and spicy sauce topped with buttery GF cracker crumbs. You won't want to miss this one! 1 8x8 for 3 serving
Nutritional Information: Per chicken breast: Cal 403; Fat 16g; Sodium 768mg; carbs 23g; Fiber 0g; Protein 40g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw in fridge for 24 hrs. Preheat oven to 350. Bake uncovered for 30-45 min or until chicken is no longer pink in the center. Goes great with sweet potato fries.
• GF BBQ Beef Ribs
A generous helping of boneless beef ribs slow cooked all day in Naomis own sweet BBQ sauce. These will melt in your mouth! Large Ziploc.
Nutritional Information: Per serving: calories 560; fat 30g; carbs 12g; fiber 1g; protein 40g; sodium 400mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw at least 24 hours in fridge. Place contents of bag in (appropriate size) slow cooker. Cook on low 6-8 hours. Crock pot cooking times and sizes vary. Goes great with scalloped potatoes!
• GF Dilly Salmon
Three boneless, skinless salmon fillets in a yummy dill marinade. One Ziploc for 3 serving menu.
Nutritional Information: Per Serving: Cal 448, fat 25g: cholesterol 105mg: sodium 436mg: carbs 11g: sugar 10g: protein 37g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Place salmon in baking dish and bake uncovered at 350 degrees for 25-35 min or until fish flakes easily. Pour sauce from bottom of pan over salmon. Enjoy with a salad, steamed veggies, or rice.
• GF Oven Fried Chicken
Plump chicken breasts with buttermilk and crunchy fried chicken breading for you to bake in your oven. Troy and the kids RAVED about this one!
Nutritional Information: Per serving: calories 245; fat 2g; carbs 15g; fiber trace; protein 37g; sodium 394mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 for 35-45 min or until chicken is no longer pink. Great with mashed potatoes and coleslaw!
• GF Southwest Lasagna
This was another employee favorite on “try a new recipe day” at Naomi’s Kitchen. Seasoned ground beef, black beans, corn, tomatoes, and cheese layered between lasagna sheets and topped with cheddar. One 8x8
Nutritional Information: (4 servings per 8x8 pan)Cal 412; fat 20g; sodium 605 mg; carbs 36g; fiber 5g; protein 22g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hrs. in fridge. Bake covered at 350 for 40 min, uncover, bake 20 min more. Let stand 10 min. before cutting.
• GF Superior Meatloaf
This is not your mom\\\'s meatloaf! Lean ground beef is combined with smoked cooked bacon, onions, a little of this, and a little of that, then topped with a sweet savory glaze.
Nutritional Information: Calories 585; Fat 11g; Carbs 48g; Fiber 2g; Protein 27g; Sodium 864mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 48 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 for 45-60 min or until no longer pink in the center. Let rest 10-15 min before slicing. Goes great with garlic mashed potatoes!
• GF White Chili
Tender cooked chicken with white beans and green chilies in a sour cream broth. Garnish it at home with shredded Jack cheese and tortilla chips. What a great meal to come home to after a long day!
Nutritional Information: Per serving: calories 418; fat 9g; carbs 48g; fiber 12g; protein 36g; sodium 95mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hrs. in fridge. Pour contents into pan or crockpot, (appropriate size) add 2 cups water to bag and swish around Add to soup. Cook on stove top on med-high for 20-30 min. or until heated through. Cook in crock pot on low for 3-5 hrs. Crock pot cooking times may vary. Garnish with your own shredded Jack cheese and tortilla chips.
January 2021 - 2 Serving Low Carb MENU
• Low Carb Baked Denver Omelet
All the things you love about a Denver omelet without the hassle of having to do any of the work your self! Diced ham, colorful peppers, onions, in a creamy egg mixture topped with shredded cheddar cheese. Foil pan.
Nutritional Information: 2 servings per container. Per serving: Cal374; Fat 28g; Sodium 935mg; Carb 7g; Fiber 0g; Sugars 3g; Protein 26g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 for 30-40 min or until eggs are set in middle. Let sit for 5-10 min before cutting. Serve with fresh fruit.
• Low Carb Bang Bang Chicken
We found a way to make this one low carb! Two plump boneless chicken breasts smothered in a creamy, slightly sweet and spicy sauce and topped with a little crunch. This one will knock your socks off! Foil pan.
Nutritional Information: 2 servings per container. Per serving: Cal 306; Fat 16g; Sodium 551mg; Carb 4g; Sugars 2g; Fiber 1g; Protein 38g.
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 for 30-45 min or until chicken is no longer pink. Goes great with cauliflower fried rice.
• Low Carb Caesar Chicken
Plump boneless chicken breasts covered in a creamy Caesar sauce and topped with shredded Parmesan cheese. What's not to love? Foil pan.
Nutritional Information: Two servings per container. Per serving: Cal 330; Fat 20g; Sodium 716mg; Carb 2g; Fiber 0g; Sugars 1g; Protein 38g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Remove lid and bake in 350 degree oven for 25-35 min or until chicken is no longer pink. Goes great with steamed fresh green beans.
• Low Carb Chicken Fajita Cauliflower Rice Bake
A bed of seasoned cauliflower rice topped with cooked fajita chicken, roasted peppers and onions, salsa verde, shredded cheddar and pepper jack cheeses. Foil pan
Nutritional Information: Two servings per pan. Per serving: Cal 289; Fat 12g; Sodium 1433mg; Carbs 13g; Fiber 4g; Sugars 9g; Protein 29g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 degrees for 30-40 min or until heated through and cheese bubbling. Add desired toppings.
• Low Carb Citrus Peppercorn Tilapia over Veggies
Two tilapia fillets coated with a light citrus peppercorn glaze baked on a bed of seasonal veggies. This one is light and so delicious. Foil pan.
Nutritional Information: 2 servings per container. Per serving: Cal 149; carbs 8g; fat 4g; protein 21g; sodium 297mg; Fiber2g
Cooking Instructions: Remove lid and replace with a new piece of foil. Bake covered from frozen at 400 for 45-50 min or until fish flakes easily.
• Low Carb Loaded Cauliflower Rice
All the things you love about loaded mashed potatoes without the carbs! Riced cauliflower mixed with a dreamy sour cream sauce, bacon, chives, and cheddar cheese. What's not to love? Foil pan
Nutritional Information: Cal 327; Fat 24g; Sodium 1528mg; Carbs 9g; Fiber 3g; Sugars 6g; Protein 20g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 degrees 25-30 min or until heated through.
• Low Carb White Chicken Chili
Tender cooked chicken, green chilies, onions and spices in a sour cream broth. We used cauliflower rice instead of beans so you don't have to worry about the carbs! Ziploc bag. What a great meal to come home to on a cold night!
Nutritional Information: Two servings per container. Per serving: Cal 263; Fat 9g; Sodium 395mg; Carbs 7g; Fiber 1g; Sugars 4g; Protein 36g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Add contents of bag to medium sauce pan. Add 1 1/2 cups water to bag and swish around to get all the good stuff out and dump the water into the pan with the soup ingredients. Cook over med-high heat, stirring frequently until bubbling. Turn to low and simmer for 7-10 min. Serve with pepper jack cheese or avocado if desired.
• Low Carb Zesty Italian Meatloaf
Fresh ground beef mixed with locally made Italian sausage, egg, and the perfect seasonings. Topped with a zesty no-sugar marinara and mozzarella cheese. Throw together a salad and open a bottle of red. Dinner is served. Foil pan.
Nutritional Information: Two servings per container. Per serving: Cal 415; Fat 29g; Sodium 763mg; Carbs 6g; Fiber 1g; Sugars 4g; Protein 30g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered in 350 degree oven 35-45 min or until no longer pink and internal temp reaches 160 degrees. Serve with a fresh green salad.
February 2021 - 6 Serving & 3 Serving MENU
• BBQ Beef and Bacon Calzone
An awesome twist on our bacon cheeseburger calzone! Ground beef, cooked bacon, and cheddar cheese all mixed with our sweet and smokey BBQ sauce, folded into our calzone dough. Bakes up golden brown right out of the freezer! Foil wrapped. One calzone for 3 serving menu, two for 6 serving menu
Nutritional Information: Per serving (3 servings per calzone): calories 460; fat 23g; carbs 38g; fiber 2g; protein 25g; sodium 667mg
Cooking Instructions: Do not thaw. Remove from foil. Bake on cookie sheet in 350 degree oven for 45-60 min or until golden brown. Let stand for about 10 min before slicing. Serve hot. Great with Cesar salad!
• Beef Stroganoff
Another great recipe from our kitchen to yours. Lean stew beef combined with mushroom, sour cream, beef broth and savory seasonings. Cook it all day in your crock pot and serve it over wide egg noodles which we provide. YUMMY! Ziploc. One for 3 serving orders, two for 6 serving orders.
Nutritional Information: Noodles included in nutr info: cal 564; fat 31g; sodm 1200mg; protn 39g; Fiber 3g; Carbs 31g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Place all ingredients, except noodles, into greased (appropriate size) crock pot. Add 1/4 cup water. Cook on low 6-8 hours or until beef is cooked through and tender. Serve over cooked egg noodles. Crock pot cooking times may vary.
• Chicken Enchilada Soup
Another heart-warming soup to fill your bowl this winter. Chunks of cooked chicken breast, black beans, corn, and green chilies swimming in a creamy Southwest inspired broth. You're gonna love it! Ziploc bag. Two Ziplocs for 6 serving orders. One Ziploc for 3 serving orders.
Nutritional Information: Three servings per container. Per serving: Cal 280; Fat 11g; Sodium 939mg; Carbs 17g; Fiber 5g; Sugars 5g; Protein 29g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Place all ingredients into med sauce pan. Add 1 1/2 cup water. Stir and cook 15-20 min or until heated through. Garnish with shredded cheddar or avocado, if desired.
• Coconut Chicken
Plump chicken breasts coated in buttermilk and slightly sweet coconut breading. Only 6g carbs per serving! One 8x8 for 3 serving orders, two for 6 serving orders
Nutritional Information: cal 280; fat 8g; 224mg sodium; 6g carb; trace fiber; protein 37g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw at least 24 hrs. in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 for 40-50 min. or until chicken is no longer pink. Goes great with fresh pineapple and rice.
• Creamy Italian Spaghetti with Chicken
This was a happy little accident from a former employee. We tried it and loved it! Cooked noodles with diced, cooked chicken breast smothered in a creamy, tomato sauce with delicious seasonings. One 8x8 pan for 3 serving orders, two for 6 serving orders.
Nutritional Information: 3 servings per container. Per serving: Cal 523; fat 16g; Sodium 595mg; Carb 50g; Fiber 4g; Sugars 8g; Protein 39g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 degrees for 35-45 min or until hot all the way through with cheese golden brown.
• Creamy Pork Chop Potato Bake
Plump center cut pork chops atop a bed of hash brown potatoes smothered in a creamy cheese sauce with French fired onions. Foil pan. One 8x8 for 3 serving orders; two for 6 serving orders.
Nutritional Information: Cal 496; fat 23g; Sodium 543mg; carb 33g; Fiber 2g; protein 28g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hrs. in fridge. Bake covered at 350 for 60-75 min. or until pork no longer pink. Remove foil half way through if you need to speed up cooking time.
• Delicious Salmon
Individual salmon fillets with a wonderful combination of soy, olive oil, brown sugar, garlic and lemon pepper. This is so good and so good for you! Great for grilling or baking. One Ziploc for 3 serving orders, two for 6 serving orders
Nutritional Information: Per Serving: Cal 318, Fiber .3g, Fat 17.4g, Carb 15.8g, Protein 24g, Sodium 1500mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in frig. Bake at 350 uncovered for 20-30 minutes until fish flakes easily. Can also grill this one.
• Fiesta Pasta Bake
Penne pasta smothered in a sassy sour cream sauce with ground beef, black beans, and topped with cheddar cheese. 1 8x8 for 3serving orders; 2 8x8 pans for 6 serving orders.
Nutritional Information: 4 servings per pan: Cal 440; fat 17g; sodium 500mg; carbs 40g; fiber 2g; protein 21g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Cook uncovered at 350 degrees 30-40 min until heated through.
• French Toast Strata with Blueberries
Thick pieces of bread soaked in a sweet egg bath with cream cheese, sugar, vanilla, and Blueberry filling. Topped with streusel. Save it for overnight guests or eat it all yourself. One 8x8 for 3 serving orders, two for 6 serving orders.
Nutritional Information: Per Serving (4 per 8x8 pan): calories 232; fat 10g; carbs 23g; fiber 3g; protein 37g; sodium 622mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 for 45-60 min or until knife inserted comes out clean.
• Pesto Lasagna with Chicken
Yum, this one was a staff favorite. A different twist on lasagna. Diced chicken, mushrooms, spinach, pesto, and marinara layered between lasagna noodles and a creamy cheese mixture. You might want to order two! One 8x8 pan for 3 serving orders, two for 6 serving orders
Nutritional Information: 4 servings per pan. Cal 443; fat 19g; cholesterol 77mg; sodium 1185 mg; carb 34g; fiber 1g; sugar 17g; protein 32g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw at least 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 for 45-50 min. Let stand 10 min. before cutting. Great with fresh spinach salad.
• Pizza Meatloaf
Ground beef, locally made Italian sausage, pepperoni, Italian bread crumbs, marinara, and ooey gooey cheese make this a crowd pleaser for sure! One loaf pan for 3-serving orders, two loaf pans for 6-serving orders.
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake at 350 degrees uncovered for 50-65 min or until internal temp reaches 160 degrees. Goes great with a crisp green salad.
• Poppy Seed Chicken
Plump chicken breasts smothered in a creamy poppy seed sauce, topped with crushed buttery crackers, and drizzled with butter. One 8x8 for 3 serving orders, two for 6 serving orders.
Nutritional Information: Per Serving: calories 381; fat 16g; carbs 18g; fiber 1g; protein 31g; sodium 466mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hrs. in fridge. Bake at 350 uncovered for 45-50 min. or until chicken no longer pink.
• Pork Carnitas
Oh man! We love this one. Reminds me of Mexico. Pork shoulder roast with the perfect spices to cook in your crock pot all day and shred. We will throw in the tortillas, you just add your favorite toppings.
Nutritional Information: Per serving (w/ 2 tortillas); Cal 246; fat 16g; sodium 519mg; carbs 16g; fiber 1g; sugar 2g: protein 25g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in refrigerator. Place roast and contents of bag in appropriate sized crock pot. Add 1/3 cup water. Cook on low 6-8 hours or until pork shreds easily with a fork. Mix thoroughly with juices and serve in tortillas with favorite toppings (cheese, tomatoes, salsa, avocado etc)
• Spinach Artichoke Dip Tortellini Soup
OH MY!!! YUM! All the things you love about Spinach Artichoke Dip in a creamy, dreamy broth swimming with cheese tortellini. Ziploc Bag
Nutritional Information: Cal 298; fat 15g; sodium 1100mg; carb 30g; fiber 2g; protein 8g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw in fridge for 24 hours. Place contents in appropriate sized pan on stove, add 2 1/2 cups water to pan. Cook on med/high heat until boiling gently, stir often. Decrease heat to simmer 10-12 min (stir often) until soup has thickened slightly and tortellini are soft. Yummy with crusty bread.
• Sweet Lemon Pepper Chicken
Chicken breasts with a wonderful combination of soy, olive oil, brown sugar, garlic and lemon pepper. This is so good and so good for you! Great for grilling or baking. One Ziploc for 3 serving orders, two for 6 serving orders
Nutritional Information: Per Serving: Cal 318, Fiber .3g, Fat 17.4g, Carb 15.8g, Protein 24g, Sodium 1500mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in frig. Bake at 350 uncovered for 20-30 minutes until no longer pink inside; Can also grill chicken over med heat 4-5 min per side or until no longer pink (or cook in frying pan as well)
February 2021 - 2 Serving MENU
• Chicken Enchilada Soup (lite)
Another heart-warming soup to fill your bowl this winter. Chunks of cooked chicken breast, black beans, corn, and green chilies swimming in a creamy Southwest inspired broth. You're gonna love it! Ziploc bag.
Nutritional Information: Two servings per container. Per serving: Cal 280; Fat 11g; Sodium 939mg; Carbs 17g; Fiber 5g; Sugars 5g; Protein 29g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Place all ingredients into med sauce pan. Add 1 cup water. Stir and cook 15-20 min or until heated through. Garnish with shredded cheddar or avocado, if desired.
• Coconut Chicken (lite)
Two boneless chicken breasts coated in our slightly sweet coconut breading for you to bake and enjoy. Foil pan.
Nutritional Information: cal 250; fat 7g; 184mg sodium; 5g carb; trace fiber; protein 26g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 for 25-30 min or until no longer pink. Great with stir fry veggies and brown rice.
• Confetti Egg & Hash Brown Bake (lite)
YUM! This is a new one that we all loved! Eggs, hashbrowns, roasted red peppers, green chilies, mushrooms, corn, pepper jack and cheddar cheese all baked together. For a wonderful breakfast or brunch. Foil pan
Nutritional Information: Per serv: Cal 270, Fat 14g; Sodium 730 mg; Carb 20g; Fiber 2g; Protein 17g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake covered at 350 for 20 min, then uncover and bake an additional 20 min or until egg is cooked through and top is golden.
• Creamy Italian Spaghetti with Chicken (lite)
This was a happy little accident from a former employee. We tried it and loved it! Cooked noodles with diced, cooked chicken breast smothered in a creamy, tomato sauce with delicious seasonings. Foil pan
Nutritional Information: Per serving: Cal 450; fat 15g; Sodium 500mg; Carb 420g; Fiber 4g; Sugars 8g; Protein 38g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 degrees for 30-40 min or until hot all the way through with cheese golden brown.
• Creamy Pasta Primavera
Cooked linguine noodles in a light Italian seasoned cream sauce with zucchini, peppers, onions, broccoli, and mushrooms. The staff all LOVES this one! Foil pan.
Nutritional Information: 2 servings per pan: cal 260; fat 5g; fiber 5g; sodium 218mg; carbs 43g; protein 12g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered 25-35 min at 350 or until heated through. Stir halfway through cooking. Enjoy with a salad or fresh tomatoes.
• Delicious Salmon (lite)
Individual salmon fillets with a wonderful combination of soy, brown sugar, olive oil, garlic and lemon pepper. This is so good and so good for you! Great for grilling or baking. One Ziploc for 2 servings.
Nutritional Information: Per serving: calories 206; fat 5g; carbs 12g; fiber trace; protein 27g; sodium 809mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in frig. Bake at 350 for 20-30 min until fish flakes easily. May also be grilled
• Mango Pork Chops over Mashed Potatoes (lite)
Two boneless 4 oz pork chops on a bed of mashed potatoes smothered in a sassy mango glaze. Just thaw and bake in your oven. Foil pan.
Nutritional Information: Per serving: cal 350; fat 20g; sodium 599mg; carbs 24g; fiber 3g; protein 18g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 for 35-40 min or until chops are no longer pink in center. Enjoy!
• Orange Basil Shrimp w Linguine (lite)
Large, fully cooked, tail-on shrimp soaked in Naomi’s own orange basil sauce for you to cook on your stove top with cooked linguine. Goes great salad. Ziploc Bag.
Nutritional Information: Cal 280; fat 8g; sodium 430mg; carb 32g; fiber 1g; protein 16g: sugar 2g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Cook on stove top in non-stick skillet over low-med heat 3-4 min with marinade until heated through. Shrimp is fully cooked. Remove Tails! Great with salad.
• Oven Fried Chicken (lite)
This tastes too good to be LITE! Plump chicken breasts with buttermilk and crunchy fried chicken breading for you to bake in your oven.
Nutritional Information: Per serving: calories 213; fat 2g; carbs 14g; fiber trace; protein 33g; sodium 394mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 for 20-30 min or until chicken is no longer pink. Great with mashed potatoes and cole slaw!
• Pesto Lasagna (lite)
Yum, this one was a staff favorite. A different twist on Lasagna. Spinach, mushrooms, pesto, tomatoes, and creamy cheese layer into a perfect mix. You might want to order two! Foil pan.
Nutritional Information: Cal 340; Fat 14g; Sodium 600mg; carb 35g; fiber 4g; protein 18g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in refrigerator. Take cover off and cover with new foil, Bake at 375 for 30 minutes, remove foil and bake additional 10-15 min. Let stand 5 min before cutting.
• Pizza Meatloaves (lite)
Individual meatloaves made with ground turkey, pizza sauce, mozzarella cheese and Italian seasonings. Our dinner guests really enjoyed these! Foil pan.
Nutritional Information: Calories 187; fat 9g; sodium 183mg; carbs 2g; fiber 0; protein 24g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 375 for 30-40 min. or until no longer pink.
• Poppy Seed Chicken (lite)
Two plump chicken breasts smothered in a creamy poppy seed sauce, topped with crushed Ritz crackers.
Nutritional Information: Cal 220; Fat 5g; sodium 272mg; carb 7g; trace fiber; protein 27g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hrs. in fridge. Bake at 350 uncovered for 25-35 min. or until chicken no longer pink. Serve with your favorite vegetable.
• Spinach Artichoke Dip Tortellini Soup (lite)
OH MY!!! YUM! All the things you love about Spinach Artichoke Dip in a creamy, dreamy broth swimming with cheese tortellini. Ziploc
Nutritional Information: Per serving; Cal 298; fat 15g; cholesterol 37mg: sodium 1833mg; carbs 30g; fiber 2g; sugar 4g: protein 8g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw in fridge for 24 hrs. Place contents in appropriate sized pan on stove, add 1 1/2 cups water to pan. Cook on med/hi heat until gentle boil, stir often. Decrease heat to simmer 10-12 min (stir) until soup has thickened slightly and tortellini are soft. Yummy w/ crusty bread.
• Sweet Lemon Pepper Chicken (lite)
Chicken Breasts with a wonderful combination of soy, brown sugar, olive oil, garlic and lemon pepper. This is so good and so good for you! Great for grilling or baking. One Ziploc for 2 servings.
Nutritional Information: Per serving: calories 206; fat 5g; carbs 12g; fiber trace; protein 27g; sodium 809mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw chicken at least 24 hours in fridge. Bake uncovered at 350 for 20-30min until no longer pink OR Grill chicken over med heat 4-5 min per side or until no longer pink (or cook in frying pan.)
• Tortellini Southwest (lite)
Tender cheese tortellini covered in a creamy southwest sauce, combined with black beans and seasoned taco beef. All topped off with a sprinkling of shredded cheddar cheese. Foil pan
Nutritional Information: Cal 390; fat 13g; carbs 35; fiber 6g; protein 16g; sodium 700mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Remove cardboard lid and replace with foil. Bake covered at 350 for 25-35 min or until tortellini are heated through and tender. Remove foil and bake 5-10 more min until cheese is bubbly.
February 2021 - 3 Serving Gluten Free MENU
• GF Beef Stroganoff
Another great recipe from our kitchen to yours. Lean stew beef combined with mushroom, sour cream, beef broth and savory seasonings. Cook it all day in your crock pot and serve it over GF noodles which we provide. YUMMY! Ziploc.
Nutritional Information: Noodles included in nutrition info: cal 564; fat 31g; sodium 1200mg; protein 39g; Fiber 3g; Carbs 31g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Place all ingredients, except noodles, into greased (appropriate size) crock pot. Add 1/4 cup water. Cook on low 6-8 hours or until beef is cooked through and tender. Serve over cooked egg noodles. Crock pot cooking times may vary.
• GF Chicken Enchilada Soup
Another heart-warming soup to fill your bowl this winter. Chunks of cooked chicken breast, black beans, corn, and green chilies swimming in a creamy Southwest inspired broth. You're gonna love it! Ziploc bag.
Nutritional Information: Three servings per container. Per serving: Cal 280; Fat 11g; Sodium 939mg; Carbs 17g; Fiber 5g; Sugars 5g; Protein 29g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Place all ingredients into med sauce pan. Add 1 1/2 cup water. Stir and cook 15-20 min or until heated through. Garnish with shredded cheddar or avocado, if desired.
• GF Creamy Pork Chop Potato Bake
Plump center cut pork chops atop a bed of hash brown potatoes smothered in a creamy cheese sauce with GF French fired onions. Foil pan.
Nutritional Information: Cal 496; fat 23g; Sodium 543mg; carb 33g; Fiber 2g; protein 28g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hrs. in fridge. Bake covered at 350 for 60-75 min. or until pork no longer pink. Remove foil half way through if you need to speed up cooking time.
• GF Delicious Salmon
Individual salmon fillets with a wonderful combination of GF soy, olive oil, brown sugar, garlic and lemon pepper. This is so good and so good for you! Great for grilling or baking.
Nutritional Information: Per Serving: Cal 318, Fiber .3g, Fat 17.4g, Carb 15.8g, Protein 24g, Sodium 1500mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in frig. Bake at 350 uncovered for 20-30 minutes until fish flakes easily. Can also grill this one
• GF Pesto Lasagna with Chicken
Yum, this one was a staff favorite. A different twist on lasagna. Diced chicken, mushrooms, spinach, pesto, and marinara layered between GF lasagna noodles and a creamy cheese mixture. You might want to order two! One 8x8 pan
Nutritional Information: 4 servings per pan. Cal 443; Fat 19g; Sodium 1185 mg; Carb 34g; Fiber 1g; Protein 32g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw at least 24 hours in fridge. Bake covered for 40 min, uncover and bake 20 more min. Let stand 10 min. before cutting. Great with fresh spinach salad.
• GF Pizza Meatloaf
Ground beef, locally made Italian sausage, pepperoni, GF Italian bread crumbs, marinara, and ooey gooey cheese make this a crowd pleaser for sure! One loaf pan.
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in fridge. Bake at 350 degrees uncovered for 50-65 min or until internal temp reaches 160 degrees. Goes great with a crisp green salad.
• GF Poppyseed Chicken
Plump chicken breasts smothered in a creamy poppy seed sauce, topped with crushed buttery GF crackers, and drizzled with butter. One 8x8 for 3 serving orders
Nutritional Information: Per Serving: calories 381; fat 16g; carbs 18g; fiber 1g; protein 31g; sodium 466mg
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hrs. in fridge. Bake at 350 uncovered for 45-50 min. or until chicken no longer pink.
• GF Pork Carnitas
Oh man! We love this one. Reminds me of Mexico. Pork shoulder roast with the perfect spices to cook in your crock pot all day and shred. We\\\\\\\'ll throw in the GF tortillas, you just add your favorite toppings.
Nutritional Information: Cal 230; Fat 12g; sodium 341mg; carb 16g; fiber 1g; protein 13g
Cooking Instructions: Thaw 24 hours in refrigerator. Place roast and contents of bag in appropriate sized crock pot. Add 1/3 cup water. Cook on low 6-8 hours or until pork shreds easily with a fork. Mix thoroughly with juices and serve in tortillas with favorite toppings (cheese, tomatoes, salsa, avocado etc)
 
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