Review Of Marie Callender’s Creamy Chicken Alfredo With Sun Dried Tomatoes: Serves Three

Bridgitte Williams By Bridgitte Williams, 2nd Jan 2012 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/cfrk.54c/
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A review of Marie Callender’s Creamy Chicken Alfredo with Sun Dried Tomatoes. A fun family sized frozen dish. I really liked this one! Hearty and delicious.

Review Of Marie Callender’s Creamy Chicken Alfredo With Sun Dried Tomatoes: Serves Three

I love so many of Marie Callender’s brand frozen foods. When I came across Marie Callender’s Creamy Chicken Alfredo with Sun Dried Tomatoes frozen meal for three in my local favorite grocery store, I was thrilled. I loved the ingredients in this dish and I bought it. Here are my finding about this product!

This frozen family style dinner has many great things going for it. It is in a unique baking tray that bakes evenly in a microwave. This dish is also packed with vitamin A and calcium. I liked that fact. The ingredients are white meat chicken, bow tie pasta, sun dried tomatoes, broccoli, cream, carrots, cream cheese, red peppers, sherry wine, Romano and Parmesan cheeses, garlic and other ingredients. I loved the sound of this creative food combination.

You can cook this dish in a conventional oven. It takes about an hour. I decided to microwave bake this meal. I cut a slit in the film cover, heated on high for six minutes, uncovered, stirred and continued cooking on high for four and one half more minutes. I let this dinner stand for five minutes before serving. I uncovered, stirred well and served. In about sixteen minutes, I had a complete meal ready. This one looked great! When I tasted Marie Callender’s Creamy Chicken Alfredo with Sun Dried Tomatoes, I loved it. The creamy Alfredo sauce is superb. Rich and tasty. There is a nice amount of tender white meat chicken chunks in this dinner. It also has lots of broccoli and bow tie pasta. All cooked to perfection. This meal was delicious. I and my dinner guests enjoyed. The servings are hearty and filling. This one is a winner! I rate this meal five stars out of five stars. I could not find one thing wrong with it. I have five years experience reviewing food products and it is always a joy to come across a fabulous frozen meal for a family. This dish qualifies. I will be buying this product again.

One serving has 320 calories. 150 of those calories are from fat. One serving has 16 grams of total fat, 9 grams of saturated fat, 970 mg’s of sodium, 60 mg’s of cholesterol, 25 grams of total carbs, 260 mg’s of potassium, 2 grams of sugars, 4 grams of dietary fiber and 18 grams of protein. A nice amount of vitamins and minerals are in this dish. With fresh tasting veggies, tender pasta and lots of fabulous creamy sauce, this one pleases me. My family agrees. I loved this one. Easy, fast and affordable. I paid around six dollars for this meal. It was worth every penny.

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author avatar Mikey.
2nd Jan 2012 (#)

Bridgitte, You sure know how to make a man feel hungry.

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author avatar Buzz
2nd Jan 2012 (#)

@ Mikey Hahahahahahaha!

Oh, Bridgitte, we're growing fat from your glorious food article!

Well done..burrrppp.

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author avatar Jerry Walch
2nd Jan 2012 (#)

This sounds good and might be something I would keep on hand for a time when I didn't have time to cook but I really do prefer to cook all my meals from scratch. Besides the fact that home cooked meals always tasting better, cooking is one of my favorite Come Together Right Now Word of the Day: cooperative

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author avatar Melissa D. Ing
2nd Jan 2012 (#)

Sounds yummy Bridgitte, thanks for sharing.

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author avatar Denise O
2nd Jan 2012 (#)

I have yet to try this combo of Marie Callenders dinner but, it does sound good. I buy Marie callenders meals, pies and crumbles. They really are a superior frozen food company. Though hon, I do not know if you have been to one of their restaurants but, OMG, it is some fantastic food. The pies seem sky high and so delicious. Nice read. Thank you for sharing.:)

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author avatar CLH
3rd Jan 2012 (#)

Will have to try it. :)

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author avatar D in The Darling
3rd Jan 2012 (#)

Bridget, if you continue writing like this, I suggest you reserve a sit for me at your dining table.

This is beautiful.

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author avatar Delicia Powers
3rd Jan 2012 (#)

YUM!

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author avatar Bridgitte Williams
4th Jan 2012 (#)

Thanks, all. :-)

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author avatar ppruel
4th Jan 2012 (#)

Good review Ms. Bridgitte - made me hungry. Happy New Year...

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author avatar Ivyevelyn, R.S.A.
5th Jan 2012 (#)

I would also like to sit down at your dining table, Bridgitte. Thanks for your review.

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