This Frozen Asian Dinner is a Quick Veggie & Noodle Microwave Meal

By: Laura McQuarrie - Jan 9, 2015
References: abmipacmi.blog & melaniecooks
Once heated up, it's hard to tell that Sam Choy's Yakisoba Noodles came from a frozen Asian dinner packet. The boxed dinner is meant to be kept frozen until it's ready to be warmed up in the microwave, which only takes about three minutes. A box of the Asian-inspired noodles contains six single-serve packets, complete with noodles, savory sauce and a variety of vegetables like cabbage, pea pods, asparagus, broccoli, carrots, mushrooms and bell peppers for a well-rounded dinner.

Although the simplicity of this meatless dish has appeal for vegetarians, this is also a quick and easy way for meat eaters to prepare a quick base to add a desired amount of animal-based protein to. On its own, a single serving of the Yakisoba Noodles contains 12 grams of protein, 4 grams of fiber to keep you full.