Kaweka Meal for One - 400g
A complete meal for one, made with real NZ meat and no preservatives, ready to eat in just 3 minutes.
Each box of Kaweka Meal for One includes two pouches; one of rice or creamy Delmonico potatoes, and the other filled with a delicious Kaweka meal. Preparation is simple, just slightly open both pouches to allow steam to escape, place upright in your microwave and heat for 2 minutes. Alternatively, you can heat the sealed pouches in a pot of boiling water for 6-10 minutes.
All Kaweka meals use our innovative fresh-lock technology to seal in the freshness and flavour, so you can enjoy great food with no mess and no fuss in minutes. All Kaweka products are all natural with no preservatives and are made in our Hawkes Bay plant with 100% New Zealand meat.
I have tried two other Kaweka Meal for One in this range and I have so far been impressed with the flavour of the sauce and the sheer size of the meal. Often meals that are designed for one person are more like a snack to me, and I always feel hungry again a little while later. With me being in money saving mode, I've stopped buying my lunch at cafes and I've stopped using vending machines too. Therefore my lunches must taste good, be cheap and be filling.
This was the first Kaweka meal I have had without rice. I wasn't too sure what to expect. I opened each packet a little way and then microwaved both for 2 minutes. I let the packets stand a little while and then I poured them out onto a plate. The smell of the Beef Bourguinon was delicious. It smelt like a rich casserole, with onion pieces, clear beef pieces and lots of sauce. The potato was creamy as promised, soft and well cooked and really really tasty.
I couldn't actually decide which part of this meal I enjoyed the most. The flavour was just so good for both and they also complimented each other. The only downside to this meal was that there was a lot of sauce for each portion and nothing to really help mop the sauce up. I did have a limited supply of bread, but I think the plus of having the rice is that it soaks up all the sauces nicely. A small thing though and it certainly wouldn't stop me trying this one again. As I say, both were delicious and very filling.
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