Boston Market Home Style Meals: Beef Steak, Chicken Parmesan, & Salisbury Steak

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One of my favorite frozen food brands has become Boston Market meals which are hearty in size and presented in a way that is more pleasing to me than some other brands.  This review will focus on three of these products: Boston Market Home Style Meals: Beef Steak, Chicken Parmesan, & Salisbury Steak.

My favorite of all the current Boston Market varieties that I have eaten is the Beef Steak & Noodles one.  I purchase it regularly.  This is a meal that consists of sliced beef steak with buttered egg noodles and a mushroom gravy sauce.  I am not that crazy about the sauce because a) I am not a sauce person and b) I hate mushrooms.  Never the less, the combination works well.  I love the zesty noodles and the steak pieces, which are well sized and plentiful.

The Chicken Parmesan was pretty good, but I am not that fond of having chicken that ends up being topped with another food,.  This meal consists of breaded white chicken that includes a tomato marinara sauce.  It’s the sauce that tops the chicken and it is not how I like it.  That said, the chicken was tender and pretty good for a frozen option.  The meal also has mozzarella cheese with spaghetti.  The spaghetti I loved.  I have said before that there are few spaghettis I do not like.  If I could change something about this option, I would keep the chicken separated.  Of course, then it really would not be Parmesan.

Finally, there is the Salisbury Steak variety, which consists of two pieces of steak in gravy with a portion of macaroni and cheese.  Salisbury steak is a common frozen food option and usually, it does not ever taste that good.  This is not great, but it is one of the better tasting Salisbury Steaks that I have had when frozen.  I was not happy with the macaroni and cheese, though.  For me, the twirls were too thick.  It was creamy, but it did not put a smile on my face.

I do expect to buy these again, but only the steak and noodles is standard buying.


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