They have five flavors in all: Asian Stir-Fry, Mexican Fajita, Garlic & Herb, Shrimp Scampi and the Greek Chicken. The product costs a few bucks – I honestly don’t remember how much – online it looks like $5 but I can’t imagine I paid that much for it.
I gathered everything I needed: boneless skinless chicken thighs, grape tomatoes, seasoning, feta and kalamata olives.
The seasoning smelled delectable – with scents of lemon, oregano, garlic and more wafting out of this little cup. It’s very handy – albeit probably unnecessary – I could easily make a seasoning mix like this on my own – but after a long day of work – I was happy to have something basically ready to go for a quick dinner.
It’s very easy to use – heat a pot – throw the seasoning blend in and once it’s heated – add your chicken.
I had to have this “on” something – and didn’t really think about that until it was almost done. Rice takes too long and I was out of pasta. (how does that happen?) So I went with what I had in the cupboard – TOP RAMEN! Hey – you gotta do what you gotta do!
Why Should You Buy It? Actually – it was REALLY good. It was quick and easy and took no time at all. I love Greek Chicken and this tasted great – even on my Top Ramen. I would buy it again in a heartbeat.