This entree microwaves perfectly. The cheese melts over the lasagna, while the noddles steam fork-tender in the rich tomato sauce. The sauce is flavored with earthy herbs and sweeten with red wine (according to the ingredient list.) There's just is enough sauce to dredge all the pasta though -- and, you will mop up every last drop!
As you work your way through 4 wavy sheets of pasta, you are first hit with the tart and sharp Parmesan, Asiago, and Romano cheese, which then gives way to sweeter and creamier Ricotta and Mozzarella. It's so good you'll wish there was as much cheese as your grandmother would normally add. But, to keep it calorie conscious, I guess they decided to cut back on the amount of 5 cheeses.
There are a slew of Michelina selections in the frozen grocery case, including a Chicken Alfredo Florentine and a Cheese Manicotti for 99 cents. I tried both of these and would recommend them as well. The Manicotti was loaded with cheese (my favorite of all that rates a perfect 9!) -- while the Alfredo Florentine's chicken cubes were cut from a chicken baloney-like mystery loaf (typical of most frozen poultry entrees.) But, the creamy Alfredo sauce with spinach lifted the pasta entree over the top in taste (rated about a 7?)