Now let’s get Real..We were sent the box of the week to try featuring Glazed Chicken, Spiced Lamb Meatballs, and Buckwheat Soba Noodles.
Glazed Chicken w/ Spicy Ginger Sauce, Red Rice and Mustard Greens
I was very skeptical about this one with it being chicken and having a cook time of only 6 minutes. The chicken came out better than perfect. The rice was also very delicious. The mustard greens were just okay, but I am a girl from the south, so if there isn’t bacon or ham included in cooking and a little hot sauce I wouldn’t enjoy it.
Spiced Lamb Meatballs w/ Garam Masala Tomato Sauce and Kale Saag
I was pleasantly surprised again on how much I liked the meatballs. I love a good pork or beef meat ball, but the lamb again made me skeptical. The flavor was enormous! I would pick this as my favorite of the three. Though I would make it unhealthy and add noodles.
Buckwheat Soba Noodles w/ Smoked Salmon and Tofu
The salmon and tofu on this one was just not for me. I really have to spice up and sear tofu to eat it and the salmon scared me with it being raw so I won’t lie to you guys, I did not eat that part. The noodles however were great! Add them to the lamb dish and you win for me!
They were easy to store, quick, easy to make, and full of flavor. I would recommend it, maybe not these particular recipes (just not my thing), but there are a lot of choices and the website is easy enough to navigate to pick and choose what menu and week you want a delivery. Bon Appetit!
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Each meal is made by one of America’s top chefs in collaboration with RealEats’ Executive Chef Katy Sparks, including Dale Talde, Bill Telepan, Kat Turner, Lien Lin, and Silvia Baldini, delivering healthy, at-home versions of restaurant quality dishes straight to consumers’ homes. Unlike other subscription meal services, RealEats is all in the bag – literally. Each meal is prepared in the RealEats kitchen, then vacuum-sealed inside food-safe, recyclable pouches locking in the freshness, flavor, and nutrients of real food ingredients. Meals stay fresh in the fridge for seven days from delivery. To heat, the pouches are simply placed in a pot of boiling water and are ready in 6 minutes. No microwaving or nuking required.
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