Healthy Choice Country Breaded Chicken

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Healthy Choice Country Breaded Chicken

Looks: Once you account for plating the meal the way they have it on the box, the food looks pretty close to the packaging. The cherry dessert isn’t as thick as its representation, and the carrots are underrepresented in the vegetable triangle, but the rest stacks up pretty well. 4 out of 5

Taste: Disappointing. The potatoes were gluey, and the chicken tasteless (and soggy where it touched the potatoes). The cherry dessert was sickly sweet, and I certainly didn’t find any “vanilla crisp.” The vegetables sure did taste like vegetables though! (Note that scores of 1 out of 5 or lower are mainly reserved for meals I couldn’t finish or wouldn’t finish. I finished this, but wasn’t very happy about wasting an eating opportunity on it.) 2 out of 5


  1. Fatima says:

    You’ve got to be kidding with the looks score. It’s not anywhere close to the way it looks on the box. The cherries are deflated goo, with what looks like a splash of cottage cheese on the top. The mash potatoes are mush and are missing the opaque-looking gravy with evenly sprinkled pepper. The chicken pieces don’t look as fluffy and textured – they look like someone stepped on them. And the mixed vegetables are mostly corn. The whole plate looks like a load of crap. I would personally rank it a 1 out of 5. Not because the picture on the box looks appetizing, but because the actual meal looks that bad.

  2. name9991 says:

    Eugh, utter slop… it would take a shorter time to cook a proper meal than blast this crap in a microwave.

  3. jefflyall94 says:

    is this an american brand?

    god, you lot eat a load of shit sometimes

  4. AcidicLemons says:

    It looks like the potatoes had an explosion…& I kind of figured that the chicken would be rather soggy. Usually the frozen breaded stuff come out that way. ]:

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