I don't eat a lot of frozen dinners. I'd rather make something fresh.
When they are on sale, I'll buy a couple to put in the freezer for emergencies. I find they are handy to take to work if I haven't had a chance to make a lunch. Or if I'm home during the day and I want something quick.
I tried a Michelina's Roast Turkey dinner a couple months ago ... seasoned, glazed, roast turkey breast medallions with mashed potatoes and gravy. Sounds pretty good, right? It was nasty. So nasty that I wrote to the company to complain. They sent me a couple coupons to thank me which I've never used. There were just a couple specks of turkey and it didn't look at all like the picture on the box.
Last week I had a Weight Watchers Smart One Slow Roasted Turkey Breast dinner ... with a classic pan gravy & garlic-herb mashed potatoes. Yum, right? Nope. A couple small squares of turkey, some runny mashed potatoes and a pile of gravy. Very salty.
Today I had their Homestyle Beef Pot Roast dinner ... with carrots, onions, potatoes, and green beans in gravy. The roast was a weird texture. It's like they made a processed piece of meat and then cut it in perfect squares. Not roast-like at all. And really salty.
I'm surprised that Weight Watchers would put out such poor quality food. Never again!
A frozen dinner I do like is PC Blue Menu Chicken Tikka Masala ... tender, bite-size pieces of seasoned chicken in a creamy tomato curry masala sauce, on a bed of fragrant basmati rice. It's delicious and spicy and actually tastes and feels like chicken and rice. I really enjoy this one.
Do you eat many frozen dinners?