Master chefs from the Hunana province of China first served this tangy dish, and Sweet Earth has taken it to a new level with their vegan version that's ready in a hurry in the microwave or baked in your oven!
This delicious meal is an ode to Chinese culinary traditions with mouth-watering chilies, rich colors and fresh ingredients that pair perfectly with the zesty sweet & sour sauce, crisp tofu, steamed broccoli and nutty brown rice. Each bowl has 10 grams of heart-healthy plant-based protein as well as 4 grams of fiber for a meal that's both healthy AND delicious. Sweet Earth takes the classic into the 21st century to bring you the best meals possible, made with organic and non-GMO ingredients to bring you the best in every bite.
This is 1 of my top frozen meals where I was looking for potentially healthier alternatives since I've been a vegetarian for about 5 years now...But I tend to eat a lot of foods that contain a lot of carbs and this 1 of them. Honestly, this is delicious, but it has a ton of carbs in it. Trust me where I've looked for low-carb vegetarian frozen meals, but I have yet to find them. Ex: LifeStyle Cuisine which is another good brand where they have low-carb lifestyle brands, but all those low-carb lifestyle meals contain meat. They do have vegetarian life-style meals and my fave. from that brand is their meatless meatball one, but once again, it's super high in carbs. For me personally, too many carbs and too much sugar combined together is actually making me gain a little weight. In terms of fat grams w/total fat & saturated fats, it's supposed to be like: 18g of total fat, but for saturated is supposed to be around 8g or less where that's healthy fat right there. But if it's 18g total fat & about 15g saturated fat = not healthy. Those fats aren't supposed to be that close in numbers.