No Name Steaks, Seafood & Chicken Review!!

Living in Minnesota it is no wonder I’ve been hearing people brag about No Name Steaks for quite some time now. No Name is a Minnesota based company and they are know for quality dinners for all sorts of tastes. No matter what you’re in the mood for, you know it will be delicious, they guarantee it. While I’ve heard people singing their praises for quite awhile now I had never tasted them myself.

As a busy mom of 3 kids it is always a challenge to get dinner on the table and when No Name contacted me to let me know about their reputation for bringing delicious meals from freezer to plate in less than 30 minutes I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to try them out.

I picked up their Tilapia Fillets, Parmesan crusted chicken breasts and hand cut steaks to try out.

The tilapia fillets came individually packaged (one fillet per package) and pre-seasoned and marinated which meant all I had to do was cook them.

Preparation was quick and easy. My family generally goes for breaded fish when given the choice but the absence of breading meant it was a healthier option for our dinner.

The Parmesan Crusted Chicken Breasts were a big winner at dinner and everyone loved them including the kids. I should have paid a little more attention to the box though because one box contains 2 chicken breasts and I assumed it had more in it. Good thing I cooked up the chicken and fish on the same night ๐Ÿ™‚ We had more than enough food with the two boxes combined. I was really surprised at how much fish was in the Tilapia box. Once again the chicken breasts were individually packaged and frozen. Preparation was also quick and easy. All I had to do was put them in the oven and bake them!

I was most excited to try out the No Name Butcher Quality Steaks. I had high expectations for them after all the good things I had heard about them. I picked up a box which contained 4 steaks also individually wrapped and frozen.

The steaks were great! We were really impressed with how tender they were. You could cut them with a butter knife! The kids loved them too and since they were so tender and not at all tough or chewy they were easy for the kids to chew up and eat.

All in all I really loved the convenience that No Name products have to offer. You are still getting a great meal but without all the prep work. I love that they come pre-seasoned and marinated and ready to cook. The individual packaging means you can cook as much or as little as you like without having to waste any. These are a great product to have on hand in your freezer for those nights that you don’t know what to make for dinner.

Buy It! No Name Steaks, Seafood, Chicken & Meats are available in your grocer’s freezer. They have a wide variety of products to choose from!

Win! One reader will win a No Name Steaks Giveaway Package that includes No Name Steaks & Chicken and a coupon for $5 off any product! A $40 Value!
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Congrats to the winner:
Coriwestphal

Open to US only. Giveaway ends February 1st at 11:59pm. Winner will be drawn by random.org and announced on this blog as well as emailed. Products reviewed were provided to me free of charge. No compensation was given in exchange for this review. My opinion is my own and is an honest view of my experience with the product. Prize will be awarded in the form of free product coupons. Winner will have 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be drawn. Email address must be in at least one comment or visible on your profile to win. Good Luck!

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311 Comments

  1. I've never even heard of No Name before (why does look totally off? lol). I would love to try the steaks.

    won2xx at gmail dot com

  2. I have never tried them but I would most likely go with the original! Im plain like that ๐Ÿ™‚

    Andiesmom12011 AT yahoo DOT Com

  3. We have tried the Original No Name Steaks before and they are really good. I would love to try the chicken breasts.
    landfjacobson @ charter.net

  4. I have tried before and we had the salmon fillets and they were REALLY good! I'd love to try the sirloin steak. I grew up on a farm and we do get meat once in a great while from an uncle, and am curious how it ranks with that. Thanks!

    ejrichter60 at gmail dot com

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