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    FreshDirect Frozen Salmon w/ Almond & Veggie Couscous

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    Our chef designed this meal for microwaves with DEFROST settings. For an alternative thawing method, please read the Heating Instructions below.

    A bright, refreshing dish that plays up the flavors of spring in every bite. A char-marked salmon fillet is nestled in a bed of elegant almond couscous dressed with a zesty lemon vinaigrette. Grilled zucchini, asparagus and fava beans add vibrant flavor and color. This meal needs little more than a glass of sauvignon blanc to be complete.
    (Microwave-only, BPA-free container)

    Heating Instructions
    1. Remove cardboard outer sleeve, leaving plastic film intact.
    2. Thaw in microwave on DEFROST for 7 minutes, rotating half-way through.
    3. Gently shake sealed container to ensure even cooking.
    4. Return to microwave and cook on HIGH for 3 minutes (1000+ watts) or 3 ½ minutes (lower watts).
    5. Let stand for 1 minute before serving. Mix well before serving. Enjoy!

    *For microwaves without a DEFROST setting, thaw overnight under refrigeration. To ensure quality after defrosting under refrigeration, microwave within 24-hours by following the cooking instructions beginning with step 4. Please consult your microwave’s Owner’s Manual for questions regarding defrosting in your microwave.

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