Tuesday, July 19, 2011

-closed- Dr. McDougall’s Right Foods Asian Entrées Giveaway and Review


I was sent a lovely package from Dr. McDougall’s Right Foods Asian Entrées. Containing four of their eight delicious flavors of Asian Noodles consumers love, prepared without heavy oils, salt, or fat.

Asian “Take-Out” just got a modern makeover with the introduction of Dr. McDougall’s Right Foods Asian Entrées. The new line of microwaveable, calorie-friendly (only 200-280 calories per meal) Asian Entrées joins the brand’s already successful family of foods. these new microwavable meals are all-natural, eco-friendly, vegan, and non-GMO as well, a perfect alternative to the higher-calorie, lower-nutrition products within the category on the market.
The eight low-fat varieties include Pad Thai Noodles, Spicy Kung Pao Noodles, Teriyaki Noodles, Thai Roasted Peanut Noodles, Soy Ginger Noodles, Spicy Szechuan Noodles, Masala Lentil Pilaf, and Lentil Curry Pilaf. They come in microwavable paper cups – a refreshing alternative to Styrofoam ramen noodle cups that never biodegrade.
Reflecting the brand’s longstanding commitment to environmental responsibility, Dr. McDougall’s Right Foods Asian Entrees come in paper-based, BPA-free packaging exclusively sourced from certified sustainably managed forests.
Available at natural food stores and in the natural foods section of select traditional grocery stores nationwide, as well as www.rightfoods.com, Dr. McDougall’s Right Foods Asian Entrées carry a SRP of $2.29 per package. To find a store near you, check here.
As the nation’s leading natural soup cup brand, Dr. McDougall’s Right Foods® offers more than 40 all-natural, healthy meals that deliver on taste, nutrition and satisfaction. All of Dr. McDougall’s Right Foods® products, including the company’s new Asian Entrées line, are vegan, low-fat, and free of cholesterol,
heavy salt, animal products or genetically modified ingredients. Organic and gluten free options are also available. For more information, please visit www.rightfoods.com.


Before these arrived, I read about them online and they seemed to have recieved great reviews, so I was eager to give them a try. The four I received were Pad Thai Noodles, Spicy Kung Pao Noodles, Teriyaki Noodles and Thai Roasted Peanut Noodles. I first dug into a fave flavor, Teriyaki Noodle. Once cooked I let it set up for the sauce to thicken and the noodles to soak it up. These offer a great amount of noodles, perfect for a light lunch or snack. I thought this flavor was pretty good. I also tried the other flavors, though I am not a fan of nuts lingering in my food. The Pad Thai Noodles, once cooked and set, turned into a mound of noodles, I recommend for this one to lay it out on a plate if you can or the noodles get stuck together. I found the Spicy Kung Pao Noodles to be a little bit spicy for myself.
I do like these Dr. McDougall’s Right Foods Asian Entrées being a healtheir alternative to other cup O meals out there, and the flavors are great too.

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*Disclosure* I wrote this review for "Mommy? I'm Hungry!" about Dr. McDougall’s Right Foods Asian Entrées. The product(s) in this review were provided to me free of cost for the purpose of conducting my review. All opinions expressed in this review are my own and are not influenced by monetary compensation. Product info & stock images provided by PR or Co.

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39 Lovely Comments:

debbie said...

I think they all sound good. I would like to try the soy ginger noodles and the lentil curry pilaf.
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karenmed409 said...

Spicy Kung Pao Noodle, Roasted Peanut Noodle sound yummy!
I like their oatmeal flavors too, they have quite a few varieties.
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Jody said...

Pad Thai or the Roasted Thai Peanut Noddles would be my first to try. We actually just bought a couple of their soups the other day!

Jody said...

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RealtorSD said...

i follow you via gfc and i would LOVE to try the Roasted Peanut Noodle dish
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i like you on fb as sarah d and left a message under mcdougalls giveaway
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i follow your cooking blog via gfc as realtorsd
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Anonymous said...

I cherish soy ginger noodle I follow you by email

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*LLL with Leslie* said...

GFC follower & I would love to try their Teriyaki Noodle

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I follow you on twitter.
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GFC follower of your recipe blog :)


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tweeted.
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*LLL with Leslie* said...

twitter follower.
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*LLL with Leslie* said...

GFC follower of your recipe blog.

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MommyWantsToRead said...

oooh they all look yummy but the top 4 for me would be
roasted peanut noodle
soy ginger noodle
terriyaki noodle
spicy pad tai noodle


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Anonymous said...

I already follow your blog and would like to try the Teriyaki Noodle.
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Anonymous said...

I follow your recipe blog.
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I follow you on Facebook and said hi.
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Linda said...

follow on GFC
I'd like to try the Thai Roasted Peanut Noodles.

Lydia said...

Oh YUM!! I would love to try the Soy Ginger Noodle. Intrigueing!

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