Saturday, May 9, 2009

Lemongrass Coconut Chicken

Kashi Lemongrass Coconut Chicken

Kashi's Lemongrass Coconut Chicken
Yes, this is a little late, but better late than never right? So to start off with, here's the official Kashi description taken off their website.
"Chicken with broccoli florets, carrots, and sugar snap peas are all served over our Kashi Seven Whole Grains and Sesame® with red quinoa pilaf. It’s then topped with a lemongrass coconut sauce and coconut flakes."
First off, I'm not a big broccoli fan, I'm just not found of the taste. I did my best to pick out the pieces of broccoli when it was still half frozen. But since they were such small pieces you can tell I missed a few pieces.

Now the good part. I love the lemongrass coconut sauce! Its honestly one of my favorite flavors. I used to even buy a coconut lemongrass soup until I stopped being able to find them. So basically its one of my favorite flavors. The chicken was in good condition. That's really my only overall complaint about the Kashi products, that sometimes the chicken is a little fatty. But this time it wasn't. The other vegetables, besides the broccoli, were really good. I think I say last week I really like sugar snap peas. I can be picky about carrots, but these were cooked perfectly.

Overall, I would say this could have potential to be a favorite, except for the broccoli, which unfortunately keeps it at the bottom of the list for me. But, if you like broccoli you should love this!



  1. Did you get this out of a cookbook? If so where??

  2. haha, no its a Kashi frozen meal. I most definitely didn't cook this from scratch!

  3. Hmmmm! Always delicious foods you show us! :)

  4. This is my fave Kashi meal! I used to get them all the time!

  5. I always see these yummy looking frozen dishes on here and always forget to pick them up at the grocery store! :)

    I despise broccoli. Absolutely hate it. I've gotten better, but I used to not be able to eat a single thing that has touched it. Dramatic, I know! :)

  6. I tried one of Amy's indian meals (the one with the creamed spinach), and was SO good! I'm pretty sure I saw it in one of your posts (that thought is what made me try it) but if not you have to give it a try!

  7. That meal looks yummy! Thanks for stopping by my blog! :)