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This was pretty good actually. The sauce was not cheesy enough but at least it did have a slight flavor of cheese. The noodles had a pretty good texture and the chicken not only tasted somewhat like chicken, but the texture was moist and not grainy. The broccoli was pretty good. One taster said, "This is a bit like my mom's Chicken a la King that I had as a kid." For the alfredo 2 1/2 forks but that gets boosted to 3 forks because the caramel apple dessert that comes with the meal is actually pretty good.
This does have 700 mg of sodium which is at the upper limits of what I strive for with my meals. For the amount of food I feel that it's a lot but this will depend on if you are on a sodium restricted diet or not.
Lean Cuisine Chicken Fettuccini