Amys harvest casserole bowl recipe

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amys harvest casserole bowl recipe

So many feel-good ingredients and oh-so-good. A gluten free combination of organic beans, grains and greens is mixed with organic kale and chard. Now he's compiled his best tips and recipes into a six-week plan for Dr. Gourmet reviews the Harvest Casserole Bowl from Amy's Kitchen. A gluten free combination of organic beans, grains and greens · Made with organic kale and chard, golden fire roasted sweet potatoes, tofu and roasted pumpkin.

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Dr. Gourmet's Food Reviews

Amy's Kitchen

Harvest Casserole Bowl and Brown Rice, Black-Eyed Peas and Veggies Bowl

Dr. Gourmet reviews the Harvest Casserole Bowl from Amy's Kitchen

Our local Whole Foods carries a pretty wide selection of Amy's frozen meals, but unfortunately we've reviewed so many from Amy's (over 80 items reviewed at last count) that it's unusual for us to find something new on their shelves. Their Harvest Casserole caught my eye because of the big chunks of orange sweet potato contrasting with the overall green tone of the packaging. I looked around for something else to review and found their Brown Rice, Black-eyed Peas and Veggies Bowl that we reviewed back in 2009 (wow, that's a long time).

Both "Bowls" cook the same way, microwaving for about 4 minutes in their slit overwrap, then allowed to sit for one minute.

The Harvest Casserole Bowl (320 calories, 650 milligrams sodium, 7 grams fiber) has the aforementioned big chunks of sweet potato on a thin bed of sliced kale and chard. There are just a couple of small broccoli florets, and a little pile of small red kidney beans at one edge of the bowl, as if a spoonful was dropped there just before freezing.

Stirring the bowl's contents together brings up pieces of tofu about 3/4 of an inch square and about an eigth of an inch thick and distributes the cooked and partially mashed red beans through the bowl, helping to thicken the meal. Unfortunately, that also gives the meal an almost uniformly pinkish-brown color reminiscent of, well, you can guess. Appearance aside, the flavors and textures are almost all good: the rice is nicely firm, with a nutty flavor and almost crunchy texture boosted by the quinoa. The sweet potato isn't overcooked either but does add a slight sweetness that contrasts nicely with the bitterness of the kale and chard. We assumed that the tofu had been sauteed, perhaps, in sesame oil, as it alone had a sesame flavor. Sunflower seeds and pumpkin seeds add crunch.

The panel struggled a little in defining the bowl's flavor profile. Miso appears in the ingredients, so we expected a somewhat more Asian flavor profile, but the sweetness of the sweet potatoes and the savor of the red beans and greens combine to make it "more smokey and savory." Overall, the panel enjoyed it, but they note that "not everybody's going to like this one," as it's "more on the vegan-y side of vegetarian."

Dr. Gourmet reviews the Brown Rice, Black-Eyed Peas and Veggies Bowl from Amy's Kitchen

The Brown Rice, Black-eyed Peas and Veggies Bowl (300 calories, 580 mg sodium, 8g fiber) seemed more promising at the start but ended more disappointing. Before putting the meal in the microwave, we counted the number of broccoli florets at 8 and estimated the amount of julienned carrots to be about a tablespoon or so, always bearing in mind that there could be more hiding under the surface.

Nope. After stirring this dish resembles nothing so much as "soupy oatmeal with vegetables," which conveys almost everything you need to know about it. Amy's describes it as having "a tasty ginger sauce," but we could only detect the aroma of ginger, not the flavor - and could only smell it if we held our noses quite close to the dish. In stirring we noted some small slices of "limp brownness," which we figured out from reading the ingredients were slices of mushroom. It's too bad there were only a few - they could have added more flavor to the dish.

Which is not to say that the dish lacks flavor: black-eyed peas do have their own flavor, which comes through nicely in this dish, buoyed by the nuttiness of the brown rice. But that's about all it has going for it. The broccoli and carrrots give it texture, but it's really just a bowl of black-eyes and rice. If you like that: great. We'll give it a thumbs down because Amy's can do better (and not just with the Harvest Casserole).

Reviewed: June 2, 2017

 

 

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Amy's Bowls Harvest Casserole

Made with organic quinoa, kale and roasted sweet potatoes. Dairy free. Gluten free. Certified Vegan. vegan.org. Certified Organic by QAI. No GMOs - No genetically engineered ingredients. From our home to you. Whenever Amy's mom and dad eat at Peter Lowell's, a lovely restaurant in nearby Sebastopol, they always order the Macro Bowl. Inspired by this great-tasting dish, they had our chefs prepare something similar for Amy's customers. Amy's Harvest Casserole Bowl is the result. It's a delicious, gluten free combination of golden, fire roasted sweet potatoes, organic tofu, roasted pumpkin seeds, kale, chard and quinoa mixed with organic beans, which are a good source of protein. Try this savory dish - you'll be glad you did. Family owned since 1987. After the birth of our daughter Amy in 1987, we found there was little time to prepare the quality homemade food we normally ate. Realizing there were others like ourselves, we started Amys kitchen to prepare delicious meals for those who care about the food they eat but are often too busy to cook. We use only the finest ingredients and prepare them with the same careful attention in our kitchen as you would in your own home. No meat, fish, shellfish, poultry, eggs or peanuts are ever used in any Amys products. amys.com. how2recycle.info. We love to cook for you. amys.com. Look for us in the soup aisle! Certified 100% recycled paperboard.

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Amy’s Harvest Casserole Review

Amy's Harvest Casserole

Vegetables are undeniably good for you, but not everyone loves the way they taste. Some people have to slather vegetables in butter, sauce, or seasoning before they can choke them down. Amy’s Harvest Casserole definitely isn’t designed for people that hate their veggies; the tastes of kale, sweet potatoes, broccoli, and Swiss chard are on full display here. If you do enjoy a good vegetable, however, this Amy’s Bowl has a lot to love.

Amy’s Kitchen offers some of the healthiest frozen food options on the market, but this meal is a particularly nutritious choice. It’s packed full of vitamins and minerals. As a matter of fact, it contains a full day’s supply of vitamin A. It’s also low in fat and in calories.

Amy's Harvest Casserole

This meal consists of more than just veggies; it includes rice, quinoa, beans, and a variety of seeds as well. Seasoning the dish is sesame seed oil blended with red wine vinegar and a few subtle spices. While you’ll want to stir this bowl before you start eating, it isn’t a sauce-heavy dish. For the most part, you’ll be enjoying the ingredients on their own.

If you don’t love dark leafy greens, you’ll want to give this meal a pass; it isn’t going to convert you. If you’re trying to increase your vegetable intake, this Amy’s Bowl might be what the doctor ordered.

For full ingredients and nutrition info, see our package scans below.

Amy's Harvest Casserole

Amy's Harvest Casserole

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Amy's Harvest Casserole from Albertsons

Details

Amy's® Bowls Harvest Casserole. Made with organic roasted sweet potatoes, quinoa and kale. Certified Vegan, vegan.org. Gluten free. Contains sesame and pumpkin seeds. Perishable. Family owned since 1987. No GMOs. Genetically engineering ingredients. Net wt 10 oz (284g)

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Amy's® Bowls Harvest Casserole. Made with organic roasted sweet potatoes, quinoa and kale. Certified Vegan, vegan.org. Gluten free. Contains sesame and pumpkin seeds. Perishable. Family owned since 1987. No GMOs. Genetically engineering ingredients. Net wt 10 oz (284g).

Ingredients

(vegan): Filtered Water, Organic Brown Rice, Organic Fire Roasted Sweet Potatoes, Organic Kale, Organic Swiss Chard, Organic Red Beans, Organic Broccoli, Organic Tofu (filtered Water, Organic Soybeans, Nigari [magnesium Chloride, A Natural Firming Agent]), Organic Miso (organic Soybeans, Organic Rice, Sea Salt, Water, Koji Spores), Organic Diced Tomatoes, Organic Quinoa, Organic Pumpkin Seeds, Organic Brown Rice Vinegar, Organic Carrots, Organic Tamari (water, Organic Soybeans, Salt), Organic Onions, Organic Cane Sugar, Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Organic Ginger, Toasted Sesame Seeds, Organic Cilantro, Organic Toasted Sesame Seed Oil, Sea Salt, Expeller Pressed High Oleic Safflower And/or Sunflower Oil, Organic Red Wine Vinegar, Organic Agave Nectar, Organic Garlic, Black Pepper, Spices*, Organic Chipotle Peppers, Organic Tomato Puree, Organic Balsamic Vinegar.

Directions

Microwave or regular oven. Directions: Ovens may vary: Microwave Oven: Make a 1-inch slit in overwrap. Cook on high for 4-5 minutes. Lett sit 1 minute. Serve. Conventional Oven: Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Remove overwrap. Cover bowl with foil and place on a baking sheet. Bake for 40-50 minutes. Let sit 1 minute. Serve. Toaster Oven: Remove overwrap and bowl. Place in an oven-safe dish. Follow conventional oven directions. Perishable. Keep frozen.

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Our Story

In 1987, when Rachel and Andy Berliner were expecting their first child, they went looking for ready-made, vegetarian meals at their local natural foods store. When they couldn't find any that satisfied their taste buds, the couple decided to create their own. Their first dish was a pot pie created from a family recipe, and Amy's Kitchen was born.

Our Purpose

We cook delicious meals and snacks that are convenient, easy to prepare and accessible to everyone. We use organic and non-GMO ingredients and are committed to caring for our people and reducing waste. Our goal is to do things the right way: Right by our customers, right by our farmers and employees, and right by the planet.

Why Organic

"Organic" is better for the planet-and we think that it just plain tastes better. We have been supporting organic farmers long before it became popular, and together we helped build the organic food industry. In fact, when the USDA decided to create official standards for the "organic" label, they asked us for guidance.

How It's Made

Even though you're heating up our meals in your home, we want you to feel like you're a guest in ours. Everything that comes from Amy's Kitchen is made from scratch, from our soups and sauces to our pizzas and burritos. Using organic ingredients and time-tested recipes, our chefs cook like you would--only with bigger pots.

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Kale Quinoa Harvest Bowls

This Kale & Quinoa Harvest Bowl recipe from The Whole Smiths is perfect for Fall. Loaded up with some of your favorite hearty, healthy eats it’s cozy enough for the cold season but won’t leave you feeling stuffed. Not to mention, it’s gluten-free and you have the option to make it dairy-free.

overhead shot of a quinoa harvest bowl with roasted sweet potatoes, kale, pecans and blue cheese drizzled with tahini dressing

Brad and I have a new favorite in the family. It’s not Cam and it’s not T. It’s these Kale + Quinoa Harvest Bowls. I don’t know how the girls feel about that but it’s true. We cannot stop eating them. It’s kinda embarrassing. Not too long ago we started purchasing a similar bowl at $10 a bowl. And while it was delicious and worth every penny, I realized that we could be making something very similar at home for a fraction of the cost.

Sometimes salads are hard to wrap my head around making at home. As I’ve said before, I like my salads with a lot of stuff on them. Minimal lettuce, lots of stuff. But with lots of stuff comes lots of prep. Because of that, I don’t often prepare interesting enough salads at home.

close-up of a healthy glutenfree harvest bowl with quinoa, kale, sweet potatoes, blue cheese and tahini dressing

But this harvest bowl recipe? It’s a breeze. There’s minimal prep but loads of flavor. The only work is roasting up some sweet potatoes and making some quinoa. Not to mention, this quinoa salad bowl packs up quite well which means it’s the perfect dish to spend a few extra minutes on a Sunday meal prepping for this one.

overhead shot of ingredients needed for making a quinoa kale harvest bowl recipe

How to make this Kale Quinoa Harvest Bowl recipe: 

Let’s chat about prepping a few of these components, shall we? First, the sweet potatoes. All you need to do is dice them into bite-sized pieces and roast them on a baking sheet. That’s it. While you’re at it, feel free to roast a couple extras for you to use in other dishes through the week. Like for my Pumpkin Curry!

overhead shot of chopped kale on a cutting board next to ingredients used for making quinoa harvest bowl recipe

How to cook quinoa perfectly in your Instant Pot: 

Next, quinoa. Admittedly, I don’t prepare a lot of quinoa around here. Partly because I always thought it would be a pain in the ass to make and partly because I don’t eat a lot of grains regularly. But I recently started making it in the Instant Pot and it comes out beautifully every time.

close up of a small wooden bowl filled with perfectly cooked quinoa

In short, this is how I do it. Rinse 1 cup of quinoa and lightly spray the inside of the Instant Pot with some oil. Add the quinoa and 1[1/2] cups of water to the Instant Pot. Set it on “Manual” for 1 minute and let it depressurize for about 10 minutes. That’s it.

Easy, right? You can make your quinoa any way you’d like but if you have an Instant Pot, give it a try. While you’re at it, make sure to try my Instant Pot Coconut Rice as well.

overhead shot of a quinoa harvest bowl next to a small dish with lemon tahini dressing

How to make the Lemon Tahini Dressing: 

Dressing! The best part of any salad in my opinion. A dressing can make or break a salad, am I right? A terrible dressing (*cough*cough* Hidden Valley Ranch) can ruin the best of any salad. But a great dressing enhances the flavors of your salad.

In this Kale & Quinoa Harvest Bowl recipe, I use my Lemon Tahini Dressing. It is SO easy to make. All you need to do is pop the ingredients into a blender and blend.

Whew. How’s that for a run down? Now, hop on over to the market, grab the ingredients and getting prepping. Your week deserves it!

overhead shot of a healthy harvest bowl with kale, roasted sweet potatoes, cranberries and pecans

Tips for making this Quinoa Harvest Bowl recipe: 

  • Make sure to remove the stems thoroughly from your kale prior to chopping it. No one like a tough stem in their salad.
  • Also, make sure to chop your kale into bite-sized pieces. No need to a giant hunk you need to cut up.
  • Feel free to add a sprinkle of salt over top. Kale is quite cruciferous and I find tends to taste a bit better with a bit more salt. But then again, I like salty things. You do you but it’s ok to add a touch more salt if you like things on the saltier side.

partial view of a quinoa bowl with kale, roasted sweet potatoes and dairy-free tahini dressing

FAQ: 

Can I make this quinoa bowl dairy-free? 

I mentioned that you can make this recipe dairy-free, that’s how we usually eat it, to be honest. All you need to do is omit the blue cheese. It’s really a no-brainer. So much so that I’m not even sure why I’m spending my time telling you this. You are an intelligent human, I know that. But there’s bound to be someone out there that will inevitably ask. So, just omit the blue cheese. The rest of the recipe is dairy-free.

Can I use anything in place of dried cranberries?

Yes! Dried apples are a great alternative as well as dried cherries.

Is this Whole30 compliant?

No. The quinoa is a grain, so that’s out. Blue cheese = dairy, so that’s out and there is a bit of maple syrup in the dressing. Omit all of those and include additional sweet potatoes to make it compliant.

How long will this last in the refrigerator?

The components should last a solid 4 to 5 days refrigerated. Store the components sparely and assemble the day of.

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Quinoa Kale Harvest Bowl

These Kale + Quinoa Harvest Bowls from The Whole Smiths are perfect for your Fall. Loaded up with some of your favorite hearty, healthy eats it’s cozy enough for Fall but won’t leave you feeling stuffed. Not to mention, it’s gluten-free and you have the option to make it dairy-free.
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Ingredients

  • 2 medium sweet potatoes peeled and iced into bite sized pieces
  • 2 teaspoons olive oil
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 10 ounces chopped tuscan lacinto kale, stems removed (about 10 stems of kale)
  • 2 cups cooked quinoa
  • 1/2 cup pecans candied or salted, your choice
  • 1/3 cup dried cranberries
  • 1/4 crumbled blue cheese optional
  • 1 cup Lemon Tahini Dressing

Instructions

  • Preheat the oven to 425* F and line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  • Toss the sweet potato with the olive oil and salt. Spread the sweet potato evenly in one layer onto the parchment-lined baking sheet. Roast the sweet potato for 30 to 35 minutes, flipping halfway through.
  • Remove the sweet potato bites and let them cool to room temp.
  • To assemble the salad bowl, plate the kale and top with 1/4 of the sweet potatoes, 1/4 of the quinoa, 1/4 of the cranberries and 1/4 of the blue cheese (optional). Pour dressing (recipe here) over top to taste and sprinkle with a touch of additional salt if desired.

Notes

  • Make sure to remove the stems thoroughly from your kale prior to chopping it. No one like a tough stem in their salad.
  • Also, make sure to chop your kale into bite-sized pieces. No need to a giant hunk you need to cut up.
  • Feel free to add a sprinkle of salt over top. Kale is quite cruciferous and I find tends to taste a bit better with a bit more salt. But then again, I like salty things. You do you but it’s ok to add a touch more salt if you like things on the saltier side.

 

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Amy's Harvest Casserole, Made With Organic Roasted Sweet Potatoes, Quinoa And Kale

filtered water, organic quinoa, organic fire roasted sweet potatoes, organic red beans, organic kale, organic swiss chard, organic broccoli, organic tofu (filtered water, organic soybeans, magnesium chloride), organic miso (organic soybeans, organic rice, sea salt, water, koji spores), organic diced tomatoes, organic pumpkin seeds, organic brown rice vinegar (filtered water, organic brown rice, salt, koji spores), organic onions, organic tamari (water, organic soybeans, organic alcohol [to preserve freshness], salt), organic carrots, organic cane sugar, organic extra virgin olive oil, organic ginger puree (filtered water, organic ginger), organic cilantro, toasted sesame seeds, organic toasted sesame seed oil, expeller pressed high oleic safflower and/or sunflower oil, sea salt, organic red wine vinegar, organic agave syrup, organic garlic, spices, black pepper, organic tomato puree, organic balsamic vinegar (organic wine vinegar, organic grape must).

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