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October 14 Frozen Meal: Marie Callender's Rigatoni Marinara Classico
Tuesday, 2010 November 2 - 1:23 pm
"Rigatoni in a Slow-Simmered Marinara Sauce with Meatballs and Italian Sausage." Meatballs and sausage; they're not messing around here.

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This uses the steamer tray for even cooking. Looks awfully good.

Taste: As you might expect from looking at this dish, it's pretty tasty. The sauce is rich and flavorful, and the meat has a good kick of spice to it. It could perhaps use a bit more Italian herbs and some more cheese, but that's a minor knock. I wonder why they went with two meats, though, instead of mushrooms or something? Even the sausage by itself would have been fine. Score: 3.5/5.0

Nutrition

Nutrition: Loaded with fat and sodium. There's 7 grams of fiber and a fair helping of vitamins, but egads, 22 grams of fat. Score: 1.0/3.0

Packaging: Convenient steamer packaging; almost no preparation necessary. Score: 2.0/2.0

Total Score: 6.5/10.0
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