Dec 30, 2011

Frozen Friday: Healthy Choice - Sundried Tomato Chicken

 Healthy Choice's Sundried Tomato Chicken frozen meal is one of their new microwavable steaming entrees and features chicken tenderloins, whole grain pasta, broccoli, and mushrooms in a sun-dried tomato garlic sauce.

One 8.75-ounce box will net you 320 calories and cost you around $2.99 or less if on sale.

The flavors out of this one were a bit plain and fairly muted.
Apparently sun-dried tomatoes keep the fruit's nutritional value. The sauce was tomato-y but didn't cling to the pasta very well and didn't add to much flavor. I think a little more added seasoning like pepper or herbs would have helped.

The chicken was tender and the broccoli and mushrooms were overcooked and a bit mushy.
The end result was a little "meh" for me. I guess you get a good amount of nutrition though, with relatively little in the way of fat, sodium, but also, flavor.

Nutritional Info - Healthy Choice Sundried Tomato Chicken (255g)
Calories - 320 (from Fat - 25)
Fat - 3g (Saturated Fat - 0.5g)
Sodium - 290mg
Carbs - 53g (Sugar - 5g)
Protein - 18g

Diet Exchanges: 1.5 Starch, 1 Vegetable, 2 Lean Meat


  1. It appears that it would be easy to replicate that meal and also easy to add/subtract ingredients.

    Oh, I revel in the vittle reviews but the concoctions reviewed could also be used as a "recipe" for creating one's own grub.

    Lately, I have taken to adding various spices to various foodstuffs and find myself buying far fewer pre-created meals; replacing those with visiting a few nifty-keen Web sites such ash as Brand Eating as a substitute to spending money out of curiosity in regards to pre-prepared often rather costly vittles at the local Wal-Mart and Food-4-Less.

    The requirement to decrease grub expenditures to the maximum possible has led to my concocting my own so-often blase' sub-par creations but I am trying and, with practice, or the acquisition of a cooking-enabled female to allow a meager existence within the shanty, I may eventually be able to shovel in tasty yet healthy grub that meets my dietary restrictions.

    Sadly, finding a female with at least an average intelligence level who is trustworthy and doesn't come with a cell phone permanently attached to her vacuous head is a tough find.

  2. I always have problem with microwave meal sauces sticking to their pastas, all brands. I wonder why! It's always so disappointing.


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