Friday, November 13, 2015

Hungryroot's Carrot Noodles and Turnip Noodles Review

Happy Friday! Today, I share with you two meals from Hungryroot! Hungryroot's meals are quick, fresh and guiltless! Read below to find out more about Hungryroot's Carrot Noodles and Turnip Noodles!

Carrot Noodles with Tangy Sriracha Peanut
Let's start with the Carrot Noodles with Tangy Sriracha Peanut. Fresh-cut carrot noodles with our homemade Sriracha peanut sauce, lime-cilantro chimichurri and sweet pickled daikon. This meal has a lot of Vitamin A and is a sweet and spicy alternative to Pad Thai. This meal is Gluten-free and dairy-free. Contains 498 calories per container. Can be purchased with or without chicken. Adding chicken is an extra $2 charge.

 Turnip Noodles with Toasted Walnut Pesto

Fresh-cut turnip noodles with our homemade basil walnut pesto, peppered roasted carrots and toasted, chopped chickpeas. A low carb Pesto Pasta. This meal contains a great source of Vitamin C & A, dietary fiber and calcium. This Turnip Noodle meal is gluten-free. Contains 449 calories per container. Add Falafel to this meal for an extra $2.

My Thoughts

These meals are healthy and delicious. Even though these are meals, I use both of them as side dishes. They are super easy to prepare and are ready in 7 minutes or less. You can either warm the meals on a stove top or in the microwave. I warmed mine up in the microwave. They came out perfectly. Both meals were very flavorful. Just the noodles themselves were good. Then, adding the sauces made them even better. Hungryroot's meals make lunch or dinner time simple.

I like both meals, but, I enjoyed the Carrot Noodles more. I liked the peanut sauce and the pickled daikon. The noodles were crunchy and appetizing. The Turnip Noodles were a little bit too bitter for me. I added a little bit of parmesan cheese to the top of the Turnip Noodles and that made them less bitter. I really enjoyed the roasted chickpeas on top of the Turnip Noodles.

Microwave instructions:

Peel back the plastic on the container. Top noodles with sauces and 2 tbsps. of water. Heat on high for 3 minutes, mix then cook an additional 1-2 minutes. Finish with salt/pepper to taste and chickpeas or pickled daikon.

I recommend Hungryroot's Meals! Leave me a comment below if you'd like me to review their desserts ;)

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Thank you to Hungryroot for sending me these yummy meals to sample. All opinions are my own. Always!



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