Bird’s Eye Voila: Alfredo Chicken
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  • I think it's usually the cuisines which involve drowning the pasta in heavy sauce or cream of some kind, but something told me I should give the Bird's Eye Voila alfredo chicken a try because I had made it my mission to try all the Bird's Eye Viola meals
  • I like the chicken a lot because they were so big, which somewhat made up for the heavy alfredo sauce
  • The noodles were also delicious, if I would have had another sauce I probably would have put it in the pot, and I probably would have enjoyed the meal more

    • by C.Channing
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      I’m not really into Italian cuisine, but as soon as that statement came to mind, I didn’t know what about Italian cuisine I didn’t like. I think it’s usually the cuisines which involve drowning the pasta in heavy sauce or cream of some kind, but something told me I should give the Bird’s Eye Voila alfredo chicken a try because I had made it my mission to try all the Bird’s Eye

      Viola meals.

      It was the same preparation method as all the previous Bird’s Eye Viola meals I had tried. The sauce packet appeared to be bigger than the previous ones, but then again it could have been my depth perception. Even frozen, the sauce seemed to be thick. The noodles were the shells cut on an angle (don’t know the proper name for them), there were huge broccoli heads, chunks of chicken, and ...


      • sliced carrots.

        The food looked good, but it was the sauce–it looked too heavy for my tastes. The broccoli heads were extremely large and I wish they had been a little smaller. The carrots were good and tasted more like streamed carrots. I like the chicken a lot because they were so big, which somewhat made up for the heavy alfredo sauce. The noodles were also delicious, if I would have had

        another sauce I probably would have put it in the pot, and I probably would have enjoyed the meal more.

        Overall, Bird’s Eye Viola alfredo sauce was okay: I didn’t really find it too satisfying for my tastes. The noodles, vegetables, and chicken were good but I just couldn’t get over the alfredo sauce. I would have liked it better without the alfredo sauce, but that probably would defeat the purpose of naming it alfredo chicken.




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