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Why these Men’s Health meals are ideal for busy adventurers

The closest you'll come to unwrapping a proper home-cooked meal

Mens health ready mealI MUST admit I was a little sceptical about these ‘Men’s Health’ magazine meals.

I thought they might just be an everyday microwaveable meal branded with the Men’s Health logo to try and sell them.

How wrong I was. These ‘MH Kitchen’ meals are the closest I’ve come to unwrapping a proper home-cooked meal. When you pour them out on your plate they DO actually look like the photo on the front of the packaging.

Mens health ready mealAll of the nutrition labels have green or orange for each category and in a rare moment for me, I’ve loved each flavour combination that’s on offer.

Best of all, I’ve been able to find them easily in the freezer section at ASDA (see bottom photo).

Previously I’ve been having Sainsbury’s’ Be good to yourself microwaveable meals that cost £2.50. While these MHKitchen ones are slightly more pricey at £3, you’re getting a meal that fills you up, is packed with protein and is by far the most guilt-free microwaveable meal. My freezer is now well stocked up with them.

Mens health ready mealThe flavours are listed below. Picture right is the Beef Brisket and Beetroot with Brown Rice.

– Beef and Kale Hotpot with Sweet Potato
– Beef Brisket and Beetroot with Brown Rice
– Chilli Beef and Okra with Wild Rice
– Chicken Tagine and Chickpeas with Bulgur Wheat
– Thai Salmon and Edamame with Whole Wheat Noodles
– Thai Red Chicken Curry with Spinach and Wild Rice
Mens health ready meal– Chicken Tikka Breast with Aubergine and Lentil Dahl
– Chickpea and Spinach Dahl with Brown Rice
– King Prawn and Pomegranate with Persian Rice

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About the author: Dan Tye

Dan came up with the idea for Adventure 52 after meeting so many like-minded people who love all kinds of adventure activities. He started out as pilot in the RAF, has worked as a ski instructor and has spent the past 12 years as an editor and journalist for motorcycling, aviation and adventure magazines.

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