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NEW: Meal Maker Kits

By Berit Bancroft August 02, 2018

On a busy weeknight, get dinner on the table quickly with our new Roche Bros. Meal Maker Kits.

With marinated meats, pre-cut vegetables and nearly all ingredients included, it’s an easy, low-prep meal kit solution, available in the store in our Meal Solutions Center. Each recipe takes only 10-20 minutes of prep work and serves two people. If you have a bigger crowd to feed, make more than one. And there’s no subscription required!

Try all five of our original recipes:

Cajun Chicken, Roasted Yukons and Spicy Sweet Peppers

Prep: 15 minutes  Roast: 20-30 minutes   Serves: 2

This kit comes complete with boneless, skinless chicken breasts in a fiery Cajun marinade. Top it with sautéed sweet peppers and onions, roasted Yukon potatoes on the side and a Cajun remoulade for sauce.



Chili-Lime Steak Fajitas

Prep: 20 minutes plus preheating   Roast: 15 minutes   Serves: 2

Zesty chili-lime marinated flap steak is ready to wrap in flour tortillas after cooking quickly in a hot saute pan, along with all the fixins included: peppers and onions, guacamole, sour cream and lime.

Maple-Walnut Crusted Salmon and Vegetables

Prep: 10 minutes  Roast: approximately 25 minutes  Serves: 2

Encrusted with mustard, chopped walnuts, maple syrup and dill, salmon becomes an elegant weeknight meal. It’s also roasted in the same pan with asparagus and diced sweet potatoes, making clean up a breeze, and served with Lemon Shallot Vinaigrette.


Pork Chops with Honey-Dijon Slaw and Smashed Potatoes

Prep: 10 minutes   Cook: 8 minutes   Serves: 2

Pork chops with a kale, cabbage and carrot slaw with honey-dijon dressing comes together in minutes with this quick preparation, paired with smashed red new potatoes cooked in the microwave and drizzled with butter to serve.

Pan-Seared Sirloin Steak with Zesty Parsnip Fries & Burst Tomato Topping

Prep: 10 minutes   Roast: 20 minutes   Serves: 2

A simple, pan-seared sirloin steak is served with parsnip fries tossed in oregano, garlic powder, lemon pepper, red pepper flakes, and Parmesan, and topped with a tomato mixture that bursts when heated in a hot skillet.




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2 Responses to NEW: Meal Maker Kits

  1. Mary Ann Johnson says:

    I tried the pan seared sirloin steak. It was quick and easy.

    I wish there were more children friendly meals.