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Amy's Kitchen has introduced two quick and easy vegan entrees: Spinach Ravioli and Asian Dumplings. The ravioli is made of a perfectly-textured wheat pasta, mixed with rich marinara sauce that gives the dish a boldly classic flavor and reminded us of a homemade pasta dinner. Even the presentation was impressive, as the organic spinach and ricotta cheese filling retained a vibrant green. The Asian Dumplings come in a medley of dumplings, noodles, organic vegetables, and tofu in a savory hoisin sauce, enhancing the dish with a kick of sweetness. The wholesome ingredients and simplicity make for a robust meal. Each was easily heated for 3 to 4 minutes in a microwave, uplifting the room with mouth-watering aromas. These are perfect to keep in the office for days of forgotten lunch, to feed picky kids at home, or indulge in as a late-night comfort food! You can find Amy's Kitchen products at major retailers, amys.com

Written by Shun Shueh, VRG Intern

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Title Annotation:Veggie Bits; Amy's Kitchen's Spinach Ravioli and Asian Dumplings
Author:Shueh, Shun
Publication:Vegetarian Journal
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Jul 1, 2019
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