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Cream, salmon, onions, chardonnay wine (contains sulfites), water, contains 2% or less of corn starch, butter, peas, anchovy sauce, capers, vinegar, lemon juice, salt, flavor, sugar, dill, organic white pepper. Contains: fish (salmon, anchovy) and milk.
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Reviews For Chinook Salmon in Chardonnay Reduction Sauce
Based on 13 Reviews
So happily surprised!
This price & these ingredients? Yeah, I was skeptical. Wow, SO good! As good as any restaurant. I had it over my favorite Annie's Pad Thai noodles that I stir-fired first. This made 2 meals for me, over a total of 8 oz of noodles. I really like the Coconut Curry Tuna, too. Can't wait to try more. I just wish they made a crab dish without shrimp, which I'm allergic to. Crab is my favorite of all sea foods.
This was the first of all the entrees I tried and I fell in love with this company, with these dishes. I add some Seeds of Change Brown Rice and Quinoa to the dish, heat it up and oh is it ever good!
Perfect sauce for a delicious meal
I grilled shrimp and then added this wonderful sauce over Whole Wheat Pasta with the shrimp on top and grilled veggies on the side.
Will not bust your diet
Slightly smaller portion than others but all it needs is a few crackers to top a perfect salmon in sauce.
A little too strong
This had a very strong wine taste. If that is something that you like, you will most likely like this. It was not to my taste though.
Least favorite so far..
I really love the Fishpeople products. My teenage son, who is very picky, LOVES the chowders and I love the convenience for a quick lunch or snack. This particular flavor is my least favorite. It's okay but I won't be getting it again. It's bland and has too much of the Chardonnay flavor.
Loved every bite
Fishpeople has something truly wonderful going on. All the products we have tried have been so good and flavorful I will never return to tinned soups again!
Chunks of fish in a sauce isn't what you might hope for from a restaurant, but for food you can microwave in a pouch in 60 seconds, it's hard to realistically ask for more. The sauce is thick and creamy and there's a reasonable amount of salmon chunks in there alongside a little accoutrement in the form of a few peas and such. You're probably better off serving this over something than just eating it by itself, in terms of getting a decent sized meal, but to each their own. Maybe put it over pasta for two?
For what this is it's hard to complain.
Will get again
Lovely flavor. Delicious over rice.
As Usual, Fish People Are the Bomb
This is almost as religiously adored by me as the Alder Smoked Wild Chowder that Fish People make. It's really delicious, mixed with stew or plain.
This was the first thing I ate from my first Thrive purchase. It was really good. I will be buying more.
Better Than Plain Salmon
This is a great item to have in your pantry. It can be used in many ways- on salad, with pasta, as a cracker spread. While the reduction sauce may make it more difficult for some meals, it does add an amazing new flavor to it. I like to have it around for a quick meal or even a healthy snack.
- Tammy Saltz
Delicious, satisfying, easy!
Does it get any better than this? An utterly scrumptious, satisfying entree that is easy to store (no refrigeration required), easy to use and sustainably sourced. I served this over fine egg noodles with a vegetable side dish called, "Cucumbers Provencal" (The New Doubleday Cookbook, copyright 1975) and nice, crusty whole wheat dinner rolls. The fish is delicate and the sauce is a perfectly creamy, perfectly seasoned delight!
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