Andrew Zimmern’s FROZEN Turkey & Mashed Potatoes

Andrew Zimmern’s FROZEN Turkey & Mashed Potatoes

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Andrew Zimmern Turkey Dinner, Frozen Meals, 9.5oz.
Mashed Potatoes (Water, Whole Milk [Milk, Vitamin A Palmitate, Vitamin D3], Potato Flakes, Potatoes, Butter [Cream, Salt], Salt, Granulated Onion And Garlic, Spice), Roasted Rurkey Tender Medallions (Turkey Tenderloins, Water, Modified Food Starch, Seasonings {Autolyzed Yeast Extract, Maltodextrin, Salt, Turkey Flavor, Turkey Stock, Flavor, Gum Arabic], Carrageenan, Canola Oil, Sodium Phosphate, Natural Flavoring, Salt, Potassium Chloride, Paprika), Green Beans, Water, Contains 2% or Less Of: Chicken Base (Chicken [Chicken Meat, Chicken Fat, Chicken Broth], Salt, Sugar, Yeast Extract, Maltodextrin, Soy Sauce [Fermented Soybeans, Salt], Corn Starch, Palm Oil, Corn Syrup Solids, Modified Corn Starch, Natural Flavor [Contains Torula Yeast], Onion Powder, SoybeanOil, Citric Acid, Turmeric), Butter (Cream, Salt), Corn Starch, Mushroom Base (Sauteed Mushrooms [Including Concentrated Mushroom Juice], Salt, Sugar, Dextrose, Butter [Cream, Lactic Acid], Hydrolyzed Soy And Wheat Portein, Onion Powder, Corn Oil, Natural Flavors), Whole Wheat Flour, Natural Flavoring, Spices, Caramel Color.
Turkey Dinner
Classic slow roasted turkey on fluffy buttery mashed potatoes with a rich turkey gravy and tender green beans.
Andrew Zimmern Inspired


42 replies
  1. Zoron Stillwater
    Zoron Stillwater says:

    When I see any foods with his name and picture on it I cant help but remember him eating a nasty stuff and gives me the willies. From a man that has been single since the 90's and ate a lot of frozen turkey dinners over the yrs, that one once cooked looks like most others except banquet. Have you tried them little frozen turkey roast at wally world (walmart), not too bad and with a bag of steamers veggies and a bag of mashed potato flakes and it's like being married straight out of high school (I hear).

  2. Joette Kanter
    Joette Kanter says:

    I don’t understand why these rich celebrity chefs won’t invest in higher quality packaging. Even the cheap Banquet dinners are in divider trays. I think they are throwing this stuff together and hoping their good names will make it sell.
    Well guess what celebrity chefs? You won’t keep your good name selling this low quality, thrown together slop! 🤔

  3. j b
    j b says:

    My mother was a lousy cook, by her own admission, and she still turned out much higher quality foods than this….stuff.
    Now I feel justified for giving up processed foods, and certainly would never have tried Andrew Zimmern's slop—that man is known for eating things that should never be put into a human being's stomach!

  4. DJVexillum
    DJVexillum says:

    I've found across a wide swath of frozen meals, if you're looking for real meat, your best bet is to go with turkey. Most every frozen meal with turkey I've had seemed to have real sliced turkey – must be harder than chicken, beef or pork to turn into a meat slurry and still pass it off as the actual thing.

  5. icecoldhubbas
    icecoldhubbas says:

    I have to think that handling may have at least something to do with the condition of the meal. I've been to Walmart and Kroger towards the end of the day and the employees will have the pallets of frozen stuff just sitting on the floor thawing out.

  6. Jay Sims
    Jay Sims says:

    My wife does that with food. She mixes it all up and eats it like one thing. I hate it. It bothers me. I take the time to do individual sides and she ruins it every time.

  7. erebus015
    erebus015 says:

    disparaging.. love that word. please disparage away.

    I used to eat a lot of frozen dinners when younger, but they were cheap. Being cheap was as important as the conveniency factor. Sometimes they were even tasty. These celebrity frozen meals cost way too much and look just as crappy as the cheap ones. They don't seem to taste very good either. I don't know who would buy overpriced crap like this.

  8. Zelda Hylia
    Zelda Hylia says:

    Seeing those liquid mashed potatoes brought back memories of all the two dollar frozen meals and canned beans I ate as a teen. I can't imagine people willingly paying $6 for that.


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