I haven’t done a frozen food product review in a while and since I’ve been really enjoying this product I thought I’d share it- just incase you get in the same dilemma as me (need food at work, no break, no time to make etc), you feel like a quick meal or you just enjoy frozen meals (no judgement here). If you’re keen to read about other frozen food reviews get clicking away..
- Chicken Risotto
- Roasted Sweet Potato & Pumpkin Risotto
- Creamy Mushroom & Pumpkin Risotto
- Beef Teriyaki
- Vegetable Cannelloni
This dish was enjoyed for many Wednesday night work dinners. I am a big fan of couscous so as soon as I saw this in the frozen food aisle I knew I had to try it.
I was also pleasantly surprised that the Lamb Koftas didn’t have the gross taste of soy protein/dry rocks like other meals with meatballs did. The serving size is reasonable and satisfied me easily. In true Bek fashion though I did add my beloved mushrooms.
The meal definitely has a hit of spice too it, but nothing crazy. The first time I tried it I could also taste a hint of coriander which I hate! Thankfully, I haven’t since and this was only a minor.
I’m afraid I didn’t remember to grab pictures of the dish all nice and fancy (ie. in my white bowl haha). I think it’s a mixture of the sweltering heat and the agony from my shoulder not allowing me to concentrate. I had to dig dip to even finish this post. But I did think of you and those who like to know it all, so I took a picture of the nutritionals and ingredients list. You’re welcome.
Since I’m sick of all the risottos and cheesy-ness, this is definitely my favourite meal at the moment. I feel like it’s one I could continue to have without getting sick of too. I’d make it number 1 on my list and a 10/10! Tastes just like homemade ;)
Have you recently come across a new frozen meal/food you’d like to share?
**I was not paid or endorsed for this post. This is just me helping yall out with frozen food dilemmas.**