Lean Cuisine Sweet & Sour Chicken

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Lean Cuisine Sweet & Sour Chicken

Looks: The chicken pieces aren’t as large or as plentiful as pictured, and the sauce is much more prominent. The vegetables and overall portion size are close enough. 4 out of 5

Taste: I liked this one a lot – the rice was cooked just so, and the chicken was juicy. The vegetables were just the right amount of crunchy, but he sauce was maybe a little too sweet. (Although, in all my years, I’ve never tasted the “sour” of “sweet and sour” chicken. Is there something wrong with me?) 4.5 out of 5


  1. Anonymous says:

    Why do you plate some microwavable meals where as others you leave in their trays?

  2. Anonymous says:

    Well, if you want to taste the “sour” of the “sweet/sour” chicken, I suggest you the Wong Wing Sweet/Sour Chicken, but it’s only avalaible in Quebec and Ontario. Great sour taste, not sickly sweet, but a lot of artificial color…

  3. Anonymous says:

    idk, i like this but i don’t taste the sweet just the sour. it’s like lemon chicken with pineapples and rice.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I always have good luck with Lean Cuisine. Top Three: Fettuccine Carbonara, Some red sauce pasta with bacon, and Butternut Squash Ravioli.

  5. Anonymous says:

    I usually buy this one when I get lean cuisines. Tastes pretty good and really sweet for being “healthy”.

  6. Anonymous says:

    “Real” sweet and sour *insert_meat_here* is made with loads of vinegar, and as such is amazingly pucker-y and delicious. Considering how sensitive Americans are about vinegar, it is left out of most cheap “asian food” imitators to avoid offending people (I suppose). Make it at home or go to an authentic restaurant of any SE Asian or Far Eastern variety to experience the heaven on earth that is “sweet & SOUR”.

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