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Quinoa, artichoke, onion, red pepper, yellow pepper, yellow pepper, sunflower oil, lemon juice, garlic salt, parsley, citric acid and black pepper powder.
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Reviews For Artichoke & Roasted Peppers Quinoa Meal
Based on 7 Reviews
This is a product that I will be purchasing often. I have tried 2 of these meals and can only say great things about them. The flavors are terrific. The portion size is great and you get a nice and comfortable full feeling. You can eat them hot or cold. I ate them cold and talk about delicious. They even include a disposable spoon.
- Ginger Pinata
New Vegetarian Approved!
I'm a new vegetarian who still struggles with finding veggie foods that I like but these are AMAZING. Especially warm. I'm obsessed.
- Kit Thomson
I got this since it had quinoa and seems very convenient, which it was. But I guess I'm not a artichoke person (haha) so i didn't like it as much but my co worker did. I kept the quinoa - if i liked the artichoke it would had been ideal since you can eat it cold or hot/warm. I heated mine up.
Oh they had a spoon which was great since the school I work in don't sometimes or I'll have to go looking for it and I don't have time since i have to see and meet kids.
Quick, Simple, and Tasty
I used the sauce to saute some chopped asparagus on the stove. I added about 3 tbsp water so it wouldn't dry out, and a tbsp of fresh chopped jalapeno because I like heat. Once most of the water evaporated I added the quinoa and let it warm through. Simple and tasty, but this was missing something. I think the artichoke sauce needs something more to balance out the brinyness of it. Next time, I'll add more roasted bell peppers and maybe some sun dried tomatoes for texture at the end with a few walnuts, and maybe a splash of soy sauce or aminos for complexity and umami flavor. Adding the jalapeno was the perfect touch, as jalapeno pairs beautifully with artichoke. If you're not a fan of spicy, decrease the amount and make sure you deseed before adding it.
Tasty & healthy
Great for lunch at work and on the go meal. Super convenient with the spoon contained within.
Generous sauce, perfect for a light meal with an apple, but for one person. No way there are 2 servings....
- Janet Kenworthy
An easy, quick lunch
I ate this cold and it was actually quite tasty. I plan on buying again and trying it heated up. It was very filling.
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