Has it really been almost five years since we last reviewed a frozen meal manufactured by Whole Foods? Back in 2013 we reviewed their 365 Everyday Value Organic Mac & Cheese and Vegetarian Lasagna, but by and large we've avoided reviewing their products - mostly because of Whole Foods' reputation for higher prices, but also because of the higher sodium content in some of their products.
I was browsing their frozen foods section to find something to review for today when I noticed their burritos. Surely we had reviewed their burritos, I thought. Sometimes it seems like we've reviewed just about every widely-available brand of burrito there is, or at least those available in single servings that also fit our criteria. But these were a surprisingly reasonable $1.69, with equally reasonable numbers, and no, we've actually never reviewed a burrito from Whole Foods. Two Burritos from Whole Foods »
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I doesn't get much more Mediterranean than this! Good oil, lots of veggies, a little bit of meat, whole grains and fish.
I choose my sausage carefully. First and foremost, it can be very salty. The andouille that I used in this recipe contains 400 mg in a 2 ounce serving. This is pretty reasonable and you should look carefully at the package and set that as your target. Many sausages can have twice that amount.
The flavor of a brown roux is not in the fat but in the cooked flour!
This healthy recipe is so quick and simple and there's nothing better than the taste of New Orleans. The iron skillet will let you heat the pan until it is smoking hot - and that's key to the blackened spice crust. If you don't have an iron skillet, use a stainless steel or aluminum pan, but not one coated with non-stick material.