MAGGI So Juicy Rotisserie

34 g

Classic rotisserie-inspired seasoned chicken that's juicy and flavourful.

    MAGGI So Juicy Rotisserie Features and Benefits

    • Prepare 4 boneless chicken breasts or 8 chicken drumsticks in 45-55 minutes

    • Serve with your favourite veggies or side salad

    MAGGI So Juicy Rotisserie Nutrition Information

    Per 1/4 package (8.5 g)
    Amount
    % DV
    Calories
    25
    0 %
    Carbohydrate
    4 g
    1 %
    Fibre
    1 g
    4 %
    Sugars
    1 g
    0 %
    Fat
    0.4 g
    1 %
    Cholesterol
    0 mg
    0 %
    Saturated Fat
    0.1 g
    1 %
    Trans Fat
    0 g
    0 %
    Protein
    1 g
    0 %
    Sodium
    750 mg
    31 %
    Amount
    % DV
    Calcium
    2 %
    Iron
    6 %
    Vitamin A
    0 %
    Vitamin C
    0 %

    MAGGI So Juicy Rotisserie Ingredients

    Salt, spices, cornstarch, dried vegetables (tomato, onion, beetroot concentrate, garlic concentrate silicon dioxide), potato maltodextrin, herbs, sugar, autolyzed yeast extract, flavour, hydrolyzed wheat protein, citric acid (acidulant), canola oil, paprika extract, soy oil. May contain eggs, milk, celery and mustard.
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