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(or freeze for later)

For a limited time, Zippy’s is offering customer favorites in bulk at a discounted price. Easy preparation for dinner or freeze for later. All items are fully cooked, cold and require reheating.

Available for ASAP pick-up only.

Bulk Items

Original Chili, $33

(7 lbs. / 14 servings)

No Bean Chili, $33

(7 lbs. / 14 servings)

Portuguese Bean Soup, $24

(7 lbs. / 14 servings)

10 oz. Pouches

Original Chili, $3

(2 servings)

No Bean Chili, $3

(2 servings)

Portuguese Bean Soup, $3

(2 servings)

Chicken Curry, $3

(2 servings)

Hamburger Curry, $3

(2 servings)

Frozen Items

Oxtail Soup, $19.75

(30 oz / approx. 1 serving)

Sweet & Sour Spareribs, $16

(28 oz / approx. 2 servings)

Roast Pork & Gravy, $21

(4 pc. / approx. 2 servings)

 

Ready To Cook

Corned Beef Hash Patties, $16

(Frozen, 4 pcs)

ORDER ONLINE OR THROUGH OUR APP FOR PICK-UP

While supplies last. Cannot be combined with any promotional offer or discount cards. Sorry, no substitutions. Prices vary at different locations. Other restrictions may apply. 

Reheating Instructions:

All items will be cold or frozen and require reheating. 

Stovetop Method:

  1. Empty the contents of the bag into a large pot
  2. Place the pot over a medium heat
  3. Stir the pot often to prevent scorching the bottom of the pot
  4. Heat the food to 165 degrees F before serving

Microwave Method:

  1. Empty the contents of the bag into a large, microwave-safe dish 
  2. Heat on HIGH for 2 minutes, then stir the contents, and return to the microwave
  3. Repeat this process a number of times until the food is heated to 165 degree F before serving

Enjoy!

Suggestion:

If you will not be heating the entire bag at one time, take out what you need from the bag and repack any remaining portions into zip top freezer bags while the food is still cold. When done, gently press out any extra air from the bag before sealing.  Date each bag and label what is inside. Freeze the bags flat to save space in your freezer. Before using the product, place in the refrigerator overnight to thaw.  

These instructions are provided as a guide, heating times may vary due to microwave power or stovetop settings. 

Stovetop Method:

  1. Open the pouch and place chilled contents into a pot
  2. Heat on MEDIUM for 3 – 5 minutes, stirring frequently

Microwave Method:

  1. Open pouch and place chilled contents into a microwavable dish
  2. Heat on HIGH for 2 – 3 minutes.

Enjoy!

Suggestion:

If you will not be heating the entire bag at one time, take out what you need from the bag and repack any remaining portions into zip top freezer bags while the food is still cold. When done, gently press out any extra air from the bag before sealing.  Date each bag and label what is inside. Freeze the bags flat to save space in your freezer. Before using the product, place in the refrigerator overnight to thaw. 

These instructions are provided as a guide, heating times may vary due to microwave power or stovetop settings. 

Stovetop Method (heat-in-bag):

  1. Fill a suitable-sized pot with water (about half-way filled), and bring to a boil.
  2. Place vacuum-sealed bag of frozen lau lau into the pot of boiling water, and cover the pot. (If bag has been opened, or vacuum-seal is not intact, use microwave method below.)
  3. Adjust heat to maintain a gentle boil, and heat the bag for about 30-40 minutes. Check occasionally that bag does not stick to the bottom of the pot.
  4. Heat the food to 165° F before serving.
  5. Carefully remove and open bag, and serve the lau lau

Microwave Method:

  1. Remove lau lau from package and place on a microwave safe dish. Heat one lau lau at a time.
  2. Microwave on “defrost” or “low” setting until defrosted, then on high for about 2 ½ minutes, or until heated through.
  3. Repeat this process until the food is heated to 165° F before serving.

Enjoy!

Suggestion:

If you will not be heating both lau lau at one time, take out what you need from the bag and repack the other lau lau into a zip top freezer bag while lau lau is still cold. Gently press out any extra air from the bag before sealing. Date the bag and label what is inside and freeze. Before using the product, place in the refrigerator overnight to thaw.  

These instructions are provided as a guide, heating times may vary due to microwave power or stovetop settings. 

Stovetop Method (heat-in-bag):

  1. Fill a suitable-sized pot with water (about half-way filled), and bring to a boil.
  2. Place vacuum-sealed bag of frozen contents into the pot of boiling water, and cover the pot. (If bag has been opened, or vacuum-seal is not intact, use microwave method below.)
  3. Adjust heat to maintain a gentle boil, and heat the bag for about 40 minutes. Check occasionally that bag does not stick to the bottom of the pot.
  4. Heat the food to 165° F before serving.
  5. Carefully remove and open bag, and serve

Microwave Method:

  1. Thaw unopened bag of frozen contents in the refrigerator overnight. For same-day use, thaw unopened bag of frozen contents by submerging in running cold tap water for about 15 minutes. 
  2. Remove contents from package and place flat on a microwave safe dish. Cover with microwave safe lid or damp towel.
  3. For 2 slices, microwave on MEDIUM (or 50% power) for 2 minutes. Turn slices over, cover, and microwave for an additional 2 minutes. If additional heating is needed, microwave in 15 second increments.
  4. Repeat this process until the food is heated to 165° F before serving.ng

Enjoy!

Suggestion:

If you will not be heating all contents at one time, take out what you need from the bag and repack the other contents into a zip top freezer bag while it is still cold. Gently press out any extra air from the bag before sealing. Date the bag and label what is inside and freeze. Before using the product, place in the refrigerator overnight to thaw.

These instructions are provided as a guide, heating times may vary due to microwave power or stovetop settings. 

Stovetop Method (heat-in-bag):

  1. Fill a suitable-sized pot with water (about half-way filled), and bring to a boil.
  2. Place sealed bag of refrigerated gravy into the pot of boiling water, and cover the pot. (If bag has been opened, or seal is not intact, use microwave method below.)
  3. Adjust heat to maintain a gentle boil, and heat the bag for about 20 minutes. Check occasionally that bag does not stick to the bottom of the pot.
  4. Heat the food to 165° F before serving.
  5. Carefully remove and open bag, and serve.

Stovetop Method (direct heating):

  1. Open the pouch and pour chilled gravy into a suitable-sized heavy-bottomed saucepan.
  2. Heat on MEDIUM, stirring constantly, for about 10 minutes, until gravy comes to a simmer.
  3. Repeat this process until the food is heated to 165° F before serving.

Microwave Method:

  1. Open the pouch and pour chilled gravy into a microwave safe bowl. Cover loosely with plastic film wrap, if desired.
  2. Heat on HIGH for 3 minutes. Remove and stir well.
  3. Continue to heat on HIGH for an additional 2-3 minutes, until the food is heated to 165° F before serving. Enjoy!

Enjoy!

Suggestion:

If you will not be heating all contents at one time, take out what you need from the bag and repack the other contents into a zip top freezer bag while it is still cold. Gently press out any extra air from the bag before sealing. Date the bag and label what is inside and freeze. Before using the product, place in the refrigerator overnight to thaw.

These instructions are provided as a guide, heating times may vary due to microwave power or stovetop settings. 

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