• Wheat Flour
• Chopped and Minced Beef (14%)
• Potato (12%)
• Vegetable Fats
• Modified Starch (1440)
Manufactured by The Natural Food Co. (NZ)
While thinking how I wasn't going to get much of a lunchbreak that day, I bought one of these to heat up so I could grab a quick but wholesome mid-day meal.
However, due to a twist in the probability matrix that we inhabit, this ended up being brought home and heated up for dinner the following night. First impressions, "Can't be much, it doesn't look like much" and "Probably quite bland, knowing heat'n'eat meals."
First taste, Yum! Quite a tangy flavour, very appealing indeed. By the end of it, I was keen to have another... quite more'ish in fact. A squirt of the good ol' tomo sauce and away...
Overall, a very good option, if you can find them in your local Deli store's chillers. Maybe a little too much Sodium in it, but not a lot at all, so not too big a health issue. The taste and texture more than makes up for it. Doesn't come close to the real thing, but is a great variant on the typical frozen meal, miles ahead of the rest.
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