Amy’s Moroccan Tagine Wrap Review

Amy's Moroccan Tagine Wrap

We have to be honest here: This review is making us feel really nostalgic. See, in the very beginning, Freezer Meal Frenzy was focused on reviewing burritos, and we tried a whole lot of Amy’s Kitchen burritos back then. While the Amy’s Moroccan Tagine Wrap is not a burrito, the packaging has the same design as Amy’s burritos. So writing this review takes us way back to the early days, when Freezer Meal Frenzy was still just a fledgling site and we weren’t sure anyone actually wanted to read it. As it turns out, millions of people wanted to read it! But we still get all sappy inside when we think back to those formative reviews.

We just ask that you forgive us for getting a little misty-eyed here…

Anyway, today we’re checking out the Moroccan Tagine Wrap to see how it holds up to other wraps in the Amy’s Kitchen line.

Cooking this is super easy. Simply remove the wrap from the packaging and place it on a microwave-safe plate. Cover it up with another plate and cook it for about 90 seconds. Flip the wrap, then cook it for about another minute. And that’s all there is to it. You can also cook this in the oven if you’d like, but that would take you considerably longer — instead of that two-and-a-half-minute cook time, you’re looking at almost an hour. We went the easy route for this one and just used the trusty microwave. (If you want to read the full cooking instructions straight off the wrapper, check out our package scans below.)

Amy's Moroccan Tagine Wrap

First up, this comes in an organic wheat wrap. You might expect this to get a little soggy in the microwave, but it actually doesn’t. By the time our wrap had cooled enough to eat, the wrap was dry to the touch and not soggy in the slightest. It does end up a little chewy, but it has a nice wheat flavor that we think works for this wrap.

But the real fun is inside this thing. You’ve got a lovely filling with chickpeas and chunks of sweet potato, enhanced with garlic, brown sugar, and a blend of spices (which the package doesn’t demystify). It all blends together for a flavor that’s just a little sweet and earthy.

Rounding out the mix is Amy’s classic tofu, which we tend to really enjoy. It doesn’t stand out as much among all the sweet potato and spices, but the few chunks we did find in our wrap were like buried treasures.

Now, we’re not sure if this is supposed to be spicy at all, but we didn’t really notice any spice at all here. If you’re a spice-ophobe who’s concerned that this might be too spicy for you, don’t worry; we think you’ll be perfectly fine eating this.

This wrap contains 280 calories and 660 mg of sodium. Neither of those numbers is too shabby, but keep in mind that a single wrap is probably not a full meal. In fact, we think we could probably scarf down two of these in a sitting if we were really hungry. But still, if you can manage to eat just one, you won’t break the bank in the calories or sodium departments.

Oh, and did we mention that this whole thing is vegan-friendly? (If you’re interested in checking out some more vegan-friendly frozen foods, check out our list of the best vegan items at Trader Joe’s.)

The Amy’s Kitchen Moroccan Tagine Wrap is a very tasty vegan-friendly wrap that’s a cinch to heat up. We definitely think it’s worth keeping a few of these in the freezer for those chilly fall evenings when you want a light meal but don’t feel like cooking something from scratch.

To learn more about the nutrition content, ingredients, and cooking instructions for this vegan-friendly frozen wrap, check out our package scans below.

Amy's Moroccan Tagine Wrap
Amy's Moroccan Tagine Wrap
Amy's Moroccan Tagine Wrap
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