Chunks of chicken with rice in a mildly spiced tomato sauce that will take you right back to your favourite Indian restaurant. The Go Native Butter Chicken is a favourite amongst the Go Native team, so much so that they reckon they eat it for lunch!
This aromatic dish isn't freeze-dried or dehydrated, instead, it's is made the same way you would cook a curry at home. It's then sealed airtight in a process called 'retort packaging' to keep the moisture, flavour and texture within whilst giving it an extended shelf life without refrigeration and making it ideal for camping and hiking.
The Go Native Butter Chicken is delicious cold or is easily reheated by simply dropping the whole sachet is a pot of boiling water for a couple of minutes, tear off the top and enjoy straight from the packet, or add some extra rice for a truly filling camp meal that will enliven your senses.
Not freeze-dried or dehydrated
Heats in 2 minutes
Does not require refrigeration
Ready to eat straight from the packet
In Use Dimensions:
18H x 12W x 3D cm
18H x 12W x 3D cm
Staff tip:Unfortunately, due to safety reasons, we're unable to accept returns on food for a change of mind. You will, however, still be covered by the full manufacturer's warranty.
Go Native - Butter Chicken1 answer
What is the expiry date? No mention on the packet.
Darren - Scarborough, WA (3 months ago)
The expiry date is March 2025 on our current stock as of 24/8/23.
Kaya - Snowys(3 months ago)
Gluten Free?1 answer
Is this Gluten Free?
Jane - Adelaide, SA(2 years ago)
I think the best bet will be to direct you to the FAQs page on the Go Native website. The Butter Chicken is not listed as containing gluten, however, they are produced in a factory that produces items containing gluten and other allergens.
Leece - Snowys(2 years ago)
whats the shelf life on these2 answers
how long can these be stored for?
Brad - Argenton NSW(4 years ago)
I've just had a look at the packaging and expiry dates on the Go Native food, and the shelf life is approximately 2 years. Most of our current patch have expiry dates of either March 2021 or March 2022.
Leece - Snowys(4 years ago)
I had one of these 2 years out and was still fine. As long as seal is not compromised will last for years. Texture may suffer with time but will be fine to eat.