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Today's Frozen Meal: Healthy Choice Fire Roasted Tomato Chicken
Monday, 2010 January 4 - 12:16 pm
"Chicken Tenderloins in Roasted Tomato Sauce, Whole Grain Penne, Vegetables & Apple Cranberry Multigrain Crisp".

Box

Meal

As you might expect, it's not quite as colorful as the box suggests. It seems to be conspicuously lacking in fire-roasted tomatoes.

Taste: The entree was a bit bland, and the sauce was runny. The vegetables (what little there were of them) were plain and soggy. The dessert was the typical apple-cranberry-crisp thing that's been in TV dinners for decades. On the whole the meal was mushy and lacking in texture. The portion size was adequate. Score: 2.0/5.0

Nutrition

Nutrition: High marks here; the meal is low in calories, low in sodium, low in fat, high in fiber, high in vitamin content. Score: 3.0/3.0

Packaging: Unlike some other products available these days, this meal still required me to slit the film over the vegetables, and to stir the entree midway through cooking. The packaging was otherwise OK. Score: 1.0/2.0

Total Score: 6.0/10.0
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Comment #1 from baketown (baketown)
2010 Jan 4 - 3:48 pm : #
I'm a big fan of Lean Cuisine, but the damn portions are too small. I have to eat 2 just to fill up.
Comment #2 from Jenn (Guest)
2010 Jan 4 - 7:36 pm : #
Does that one tomato piece in the middle of the chicken count as "roasted tomato sauce"?

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