Last night I purchased afor Hubby and I to try.Â I had planned to write a review of this meal as it says it’s quick and easy to prepare in 5 minutes.Â It comes with a bag of pasta, and a bag of sauce.Â The kit is supposed to be a “complete dinner for two”.
For a mom like me quick and easy is great, especially if the meal tastes great as well.Â Hubby’s Italian gene has him wanting to eat Italian as much as possible, so I thought the Buitoni meals might be as close to the real thing as I could get without having to make it myself.
The prep and cooking were super easy.Â You just drop the bag of sauce into 4 qts of water, cover, and bring to a rolling boil.Â In a separate pan bring water to boiling, add the ravioli, and gently boil uncovered for 5 minutes or until tender.
Dinner was on the table in 5 minutes, and we were sitting down ready to chow down.Â Hubby asked that the sauce be kept separate instead of adding it to the ravioli so that he could control how much sauce he put on his.Â He added his sauce, and took a bite.Â With a weird look on his face he said “this does NOT taste like shrimp and lobster.”
I took a bite, and sure enough it didn’t taste like shrimp and lobster at all.Â In fact it tasted just like sausage. I cut open a piece of ravioli, and what I found inside was definitely not “lobster, shrimp, and custom Impastata Ricotta cheese.”Â It was definitely sausage. Continue reading “Buitoni Shrimp & Lobster Ravioli Wasn’t Shrimp & Lobster”