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CedarLane Burrito Grande with Chile Verde uploaded by Christina F.
CedarLane Burrito Grande with Chile Verde

CedarLane Burrito Grande with Chile Verde


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4.17 / 5 based on 6 Reviews


CedarLane® Burrito Grande with Chile Verde.

Natural foods.

Made with organic tortilla, monterey jack cheese and basmati rice.

All natural.

9g protein.

2g fiber.

230 calories. see more...

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CedarLane Burrito Grande with Chile Verde
CedarLane Burrito Grande with Chile Verde
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Jennifer C.
Denton, TX
32 reviews
I don't normally like frozen meals, but I decided to give this one a try because I love anything with chile verde. I was not disappointed. Easy to cook, great portions, and very satisfying taste. I will definitely buy this again.
shedean s.
51 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 1
I've tried this and I really don't like it . It has a funny taste and after taste. maybe it's just me, maybe someone else would like it
Stacy S.
1993 reviews
I had the vegetable and hunmus wrap. they are delicious!! i love these things :) filling, easy to cook, and tastes great
Sandy M.
Long Beach, CA
865 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 4
It is very delicious and its easy to cook as well. Comes out yummy and it just tastes really good!
VE-1129889 Samar J.
Medley, FL
65 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 2
Muy buen producto. Me encanta y es de muy buena calidad , para la comida . recomendado
Christina F.
331 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 2
I have mixed feelings about this frozen meal. For the most part I really enjoyed it, but the tortilla did get very hard in some parts. Other than that, it tasted good and had a good amount of spice without being too much. I also really liked that it is made with all natural ingredients. My main problem is that the serving size is only for half a burrito- which is crazy, because no one microwaves a single frozen meal and then saves half of it. I also just think it's a little dishonest when companies put the calories and fat content on the front of the package when the serving size is less than the entire meal. Normally I check the nutrition facts, but I've never seen another frozen meal where the serving size wasn't the entire meal. Not sure if I'd purchase again
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