If 1kg wasn't enough for you, try three! I bet you've never seen breasts like these before! Kinsou-Dori Whole boneless chicken breasts in a 1kg (x3!) bulk bag.
When it comes to beef, there is only Morgan Ranch.
When it comes to chicken, Kinsou-Dori is the only acceptable answer.
We recommend placing the chicken inside another plastic bag while thawing to make sure no liquid leaks into the fridge.
Info: Keeping fresh frozen chicken breast in stock is a little tricky. Sometimes when the market is short, the packers ship everything in chilled form and rely on the downstream distributors to freeze it. There is nothing wrong with this other than that the individual bags will have an expiration date for chilled storage which is much shorter than the two years given for frozen storage and one package might have both dates on it.
Caution: Be careful not to let the chicken sit at room temperature for more than about 10 minutes, and clean and disinfect your work area well so that you don't cross contaminate.
Chicken breast tastes best when its moisture stays in the meat while cooking. You don't need to brine or marinate it, but a quick brine makes them even juicier!
You can also dredge the chicken breasts in flour before cooking. Season the flour with spices or fresh herbs. This will give your chicken a very subtle crust.
The term Kin-sou, roughly translates to, Rich and Refreshing. Throw the Dori at the end of it and you've got a rich refreshing bird!
Japanese is quite easy once you get down to it.
Kinsou-Dori Chicken is raised right here in Aichi-Ken, so it's locally sourced.
You wont find chicken of this flavor at your local supermarket and certainly not for these prices!
Stock the freezer!
The thawing time depends on many factors such as size, weight, packaging, and type of meat. Please refer to our thawing chart ≫here≪