Sundried Tomato Chicken with Pasta

Lean Cuisine Steam Sundried Tomato Chicken with Pasta

It's 7.30pm. You approach the fridge with the most amazing intention to slice, grind, marinate, pan fry and simmer. But suddenly, you remember the final season of Breaking Bad is sitting on your desktop. So, tender marinated slices of chicken breast in a creamy sundried tomato sauce with red capsicum served with al dente penne, garden peas and sliced zucchini all steamed to perfection in just 5 minutes, is suddenly a much better idea.

  • Serve of Veg Icon A Full Serve of Vegetables+
  • Fat Free Icon 97% Fat Free*
  • Heart Tick Icon Heart Foundation Tick approved
  • HSR3.5 3.5 Star Health Rating

Product Ingredients

Cooked pasta (water, wheat semolina, canola oil), vegetables (17%), water, cooked marinated chicken (12%) [chicken breast, water, salt, sugar, mineral salts (451, 450, 452), vegetable fibre, natural flavour, chicken fat], tomatoes (8%) [tomatoes, food acid (citric)], zucchini, peas, capsicum, light sour cream (milk), tomato paste (3%), thickened cream (milk), wheat flour, brown sugar, skim milk powder, sundried tomatoes (0.5%), onion powder, salt, thickener (1422), yeast extract, cheese (contains milk, wheat), garlic, herbs, natural colours (120, annatto extracts, wheat), spices. 
Contains wheat and milk.
Made on equipment that also processes products containing peanut, egg, soy, sesame, fish and crustacea.

+ Based on Australian Guide to Healthy Eating (1998) one serve of vegetables = 75g or 1/2 cup cooked vegetables

Nutrition Information

SERVINGS PER PACKAGE: 1 Serving Size:
370g
AVERAGE QUANTITY
PER SERVING PER 100g

ENERGY

   
- KILOJOULES 1680kJ 455kJ
- (CALORIES) (402 Cal) (109 Cal)
PROTEIN 21.8g 5.9g
FAT
- TOTAL (*2.1% of meal)
8.7g 2.1g
- SATURATED 4.1g 1.1g
- TRANS Less than 1g Less than 1g
- POLYUNSATURATED 1.1g 0.3g
- MONOUNSATURATED 2.6g 0.7g
CHOLESTEROL
30mg
8mg
CARBOHYDRATE
57.0g 15.4g
- SUGARS 11.5g 3.1g
 DIETARY FIBRE
6.3g
1.7g
SODIUM 780mg 210mg
CERT TM used under licence
^Percentage Daily Intakes are based on an average adult diet of 8700kJ. Your daily intakes may be higher or lower depending on your energy needs.

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