Sweet Earth Borderless Enchilada Review

Sweet Earth Borderless Enchilada

Sweet Earth excels when it comes to international foods. Their Bean & Mango Cubano is delectable, and the Japanese-inspired Kyoto Burrito makes for a great lunch. Unfortunately, they don’t always hit it out of the park when it comes to Mexican food. The Borderless Enchilada isn’t a bad microwave meal, but it isn’t a great one either.

The picture on the box looks mouthwatering, but the heated-up dish isn’t very impressive. It looks more like a soup than an enchilada, and the two sad little peppers don’t even look like they belong there.

Sweet Earth Borderless Enchilada

It tastes better than it looks — the tortilla soaks up a lot of the sauce — but it never comes close to that beautiful box image. You can barely taste the cheese, and the chipotle seitan doesn’t really complement the rest of the dish.

The Borderless Enchilada certainly isn’t lacking in flavor; it has a real spicy kick to it. It has plenty of fresh, tasty ingredients, and the dish is reasonably filling. That said, it’s just not that an impressive a meal. Sweet Earth offers better Artisan Bowls, and there are better frozen enchiladas on the market.

If you’d like to take a closer look at the dish’s ingredients and nutritional information, check out the scans below.

Sweet Earth Borderless Enchilada

Sweet Earth Borderless Enchilada