Whenever I hear the words of any meal that has the word Alfredo in it (an Italian pasta dish of fresh fettuccine tossed with butter and Parmesan cheese). I always envision an aortic heart attack on a plate sort of entree.
The meal I chose to eat made by Banquet had both Alfredo sauce and pasta in it along with some chunks of chicken that made it very tasty even as too much could be very deadly. Yet this particular meal was a small enough amount (330 calories), to make it suitable to eat as a nonthreatening dinner repast.
Like most of Banquet TV dinner deals, this was a slash, nuke, stir and nuke again affair that is an easy prep in under seven minutes.
Sadly, the meal was not up to par, in my view. For one thing, I don’t count four chunks of chicken scattered about a pile of undone noodles to be what I’d bargained for. And the broccoli… the pieces could best be described as minuscule and hard to identify…
So, you get what you pay for. This one scored a D and earned Conagra a complaint letter. And, for a little bit more money, you could be sampling one of the offerings from Healthy Choice instead!