Healthy home cooking made simple. Gluten-free. Whole foods. No added sugars. Just add sausage & shrimp. Ready in about 25 minutes. Contains whole food ingredients with no artificial additives or preservatives. Our meals are based on leaner protein, lower sugar, and higher fiber so you feel full with fewer calories. Per Serving, Prepared: 320 calories; 1 g sat fat (5% DV); 760 mg sodium (32% DV); 6 g sugars; 4 g fiber (16% DV); 32 g protein. With a busy lifestyle, a young family and an extra 40 pounds, I didn't understand healthful eating and sure didn't have time tor cooking. Years later, after learning better eating begins at home, I created a simple solution for nutritious home-cooked meals that works for today's hectic schedules. I hope these meals help you and your family, just as they've helped me and mine! - Keith Lauver, Founder & CEO. Printed on 100% recycled paperboard, 60% post-consumer waste, and is printed with environmentally-friendly vegetable based inks. 100% recycled paperboard. Product of USA.
6.7 oz (190 g) x 6
5 per pack
You'll Need: 8 oz chicken andouille (or andouille) sausage, cut into 1/2 inch pieces (if precooked, add in step 3); 1 lb shrimp, deveined and tails removed (if precooked, add in step 3); large skillet; 15 oz diced tomatoes; 1 tbsp olive oil. 1. Heat 1 tbsp oil in large skillet over Medium heat. Add sausage and shrimp (or variations) and stir occasionally for 6-8 mins. Or until cooked through. 2. Add tomatoes, 2% cups water, and rice/spice pack to skillet; bring to boil over high heat. 3. Reduce heat to Medium-Low and simmer, stirring occasionally for 18 mins or until rice is tender (adding water if dry). Variations: sausage, ground or cut into 1/2 pieces; firm tofu, cut into 1/2 cubes; chicken, cut into -1/2 pieces; soy crumbles (add in step 3).
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