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Mountain House Freeze Dried Lasagna with Meat Sauce

Mountain House Freeze Dried Lasagna with Meat Sauce

BY MOUNTAIN HOUSE

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Stand-up pouch creates an easy way to cook and eat your meal; made from High-barrier foil the pouch keeps your meal hot. Just mix contents with boiling water in the pouch provided let stand and serve. Nutrition facts displayed here and on packaging may differ; information on packaging reflects actual contents. Ingredients: Tomatoes (tomatoes tomato juice salt citric acid calcium chloride) tomato paste enriched macaroni product (durum semolina niacin ferrous sulfate thiamine mononitrate riboflavin folic acid) cooked beef (beef flavoring salt) dehydrated onions modified corn starch sugar salt spices garlic powder and dehydrated parsley flakes. Cheese blend: Mozzarella cheese [cultu Red milk salt enzymes] calcium caseinate corn oil partially hydrogenated soybean oil sodium caseinate salt glucono delta lactone maltodextrin sodium aluminum phosphate butter [cream] natural and artificial flavors) and dehydrated parmesan and romano (made from cows milk) cheeses (part skim milk cheese culture salt enzymes). Allergens: Wheat milk soy and sulfites. see more...

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Mountain House Freeze Dried Lasagna with Meat Sauce
Mountain House Freeze Dried Lasagna with Meat Sauce
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Lorna W.
Lorna W.
Verdun, QC
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I was really not sure how this lasagna from Mountain House would turn out. I've never eaten freeze dried food and especially not something as complex as lasagne with cheese and meat sauce. Much to my surprise, this lasagna was actually delicious and super easy to make.

The instructions are clear and the whole thing cooks in under ten minutes. You just add boiling water to the pouch, stir it up, and then seal it for about 8 minutes. The bag does get hot, but not so hot that you couldn't hold it in your hands. Once your 8 minutes are up, open the pouch and the whole meal is cooked with no excess liquid at all. You can even eat it right out of the pouch, which I definitely recommend. Not only was it convenient, the bag also keeps the food warm for a very long time.

The lasagna was very moist and had tons of flavour. It was honestly as good as the lasagna I make at home, though personally, I would add a dash of hot sauce to this pouch for personal taste. The cheese and meat sauce were plentiful and all of the noodles were properly cooked. The meal ended up being very filling, and could probably feed two people if you need to share. I was extremely pleased with how this meal turned out, and afterwards I just wished I had more!

It honestly makes me wonder why all food can't be like this and then we'd never have to cook! Can be stored for a long time so would be perfect for survivalists or shelters as well.
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