Amy’s General Tso’s Bowl Review

Amy's General Tso's Bowl

General Tso, a military leader in the Qing Dynasty, has an unusual legacy. While he helped to suppress the Dungan Revolt, he is most strongly associated with a sweet and spicy sauce. The Amy’s Kitchen General Tso’s Bowl drizzles this tasty sauce over a blend of cauliflower, water chestnuts, and rice.

As is the case with most Amy’s dishes, making this meal won’t take much effort on your part. Poke a few holes in the plastic wrap, toss it in the microwave, give it a stir, and then heat it for a few more minutes until it’s ready to eat. You’ll have a meal in less than five minutes, which makes this a terrific work lunch.

the meal doesn’t look anything like the appetizing dish pictured on the front of the box, but we promise it’s tastier than it looks. The cauliflower tastes like it was roasted, which gives it the perfect texture; it’s tender without being mushy. The water chestnuts add a slight hint of sweetness and a great crunch to the meal.

Amy's General Tso's Bowl

Of course, any General Tso’s dish lives and dies by its sauce. We’re pleased to report that this sauce passes our taste test. It’s heavy on both garlic and ginger, giving it a strong but delicious flavor. There’s more than enough sauce in the dish, which means you’ll be getting that General Tso’s flavor with every bite.

We can’t tell you a lot about the real General Tso, but we can tell you that Amy’s General Tso’s Bowl is a great vegan meal. If you’re looking for quick and easy plant-based frozen dinners, this is a fantastic option. It’s flavorful, low in calories, and completely free of animal products.

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Amy's General Tso's Bowl