Meal Kit Review: Plated’s Chorizo-Spiced Cod with Fire-Roasted Tomatoes, White Beans, and Toasted SourdoughPosted: December 20, 2018 | Author: marga | Filed under: Meal Kits | Tags: cod, fish, mistakes, Plated | Leave a comment »
Despite this post’s title, this is not really a review of Plated‘s Chorizo-Spiced Cod with Fire-Roasted Tomatoes, White Beans, and Toasted Sourdough. And it’s not a review because I totally messed up the cod by mistakenly using balsamic vinegar instead of olive oil (those bottles can look so much alike!). Needless to say, my results were inedible (even the dog wasn’t thrilled to have them).
But I was disappointed by this kit even before I ruined it. When I read its title I assumed that there would be actual chorizo in the dish – I love chorizo and I was excited to try the combination of chorizo and fish. Alas, there wasn’t any. Instead there was a small package of some chorizo spice mix to rub on the fish. It might have been good, but it wasn’t what I wanted.
So this was a lesson to not just look at the title of the meal kits, but go further and look at the ingredients to not feel duped.
Fortunately, I only paid $8 for this kit by using a $40-off Black Friday promotion.