Amy’s Roasted Poblano Enchilada Review

Amy's Roasted Poblano Enchilada

Sometimes, we know we’re going to love a particular type of frozen food the moment we lay eyes on it. That wasn’t exactly the case with Amy’s Roasted Poblano Enchilada. As you can see in our image below, it isn’t a perfect dish. Thankfully, we weren’t at all worried about digging into this frozen dinner, since the smell won us over immediately.

This dish contains an appealing mix of Monterrey jack and white cheddar cheese. There’s also some milk used in the sauce, which gives it an incredibly creamy flavor. Sometimes, corn tortillas can be a little on the dry side, but that’s not a problem here. Every bite is packed with flavor.

Amy's Roasted Poblano Enchilada

Of course, this dish has more to offer than an appetizing sauce. It also has an excellent filling. There’s a lot of variety here, from spicy fire-roasted peppers to organic zucchini to tofu. Everything blends together very nicely; we were impressed by the flavor combination. If the sauce isn’t creamy enough for you, you’ll be pleased to know that these enchiladas are also packed with sour cream.

Obviously, any dish with this much cheese is going to be high in fat. While the label says that the dish contains 110 grams of fat, the actual count is double that. Amy’s counted each enchilada as a single serving. If you’re not planning on splitting this with a friend, you’re going to be taking in 440 calories.

We might not be dining on this dish every day. It’s a little too rich to eat all the time. However, we were very impressed by how much flavor this meal offered. It may be a microwave dinner, but it feels like a real treat.

For more information about this dish’s ingredients and nutritional content, check out our package scans below.

Amy's Roasted Poblano Enchilada

Amy's Roasted Poblano Enchilada

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1 year ago

My favorite food especially on the go. I too was kind of drawn away by the look, but looking for good mexican food is one thing, finding it in a tv dinner under organic, loving the taste, then reading the ingredients to learn it was all natural with tofu. OMG this cajun lady never dreamed of saying those words, but it has a taste you will love and will not want to share. Hoping to find Amy’s poblano dip or sauce someplace, you know, for chips, even though by the spoon sounds good also. keep up the good work.

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