The Back Country cuisine Nasi Goreng is a healthy blend of brown rice, vegetables, egg omelette and roasted peanuts in a mild Asian sauce for a hearty meal on a lightweight adventure.
This is just one of the uniquely convenient food dishes in the range of Back Country Cuisine especially designed for the outdoor adventurer. This meal consists of the finest ingredients to provide a nourishing and sustaining dinner out in the field.
Just mix contents with boiling water in the pouch provided, stir and let stand for at least 10 minutes, and then serve. It also comes in a re-sealable foil pouch which helps to retain warmth when you're out in the elements.
Manufactured in premises that process gluten, dairy, egg, soy, fish, tree nuts, sesame and sulphite products.
In Use Dimensions:
25L x 19W x 2H cm
25L x 19W x 2H 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.
Can any of your range be mixed with cool water for a meal?1 answer
We are heading in a hike where we only have access to cool water through the day (no fires or stoves). Does any of this range work with cool water?
Angela - Blackwood(3 years ago)
Yes, you can use cold water to rehydrate these meals, however, they will take a lot longer to reach an edible consistency. Generally, you'll need to leave them for at least twice the recommended time frame. You'll probably also find they're not overly tasty, but if you're just needing calories at the end of the day, then cold water will do the trick.
Leece - Snowys(3 years ago)
Expiry dates1 answer
Whats the shelf life of these dehydrated food in general? Planning to stock up early (say 3 months early) before our tril.
Surin - Malaysia(4 years ago)
The expiry dates on our current Back Country Cuisine range are the years 2022/2023.