I bought the Weight Watchers Smart Ones Chicken Mirabella not knowing what "Mirabella" was, but the box said that the entree was "a medley of pasta and white meat chicken in a marsala wine sauce with garden vegetables." After doing a quick Google search, I'm still not sure what mirabella is, but there are some recipes of mirabella chicken that include white wine and prunes. There are no prunes in this dish though.
The entree's noodles and chicken came out just right, and the assortment of vegetables was in an appropriate amount. The marsala sauce was mild but oddly distinct, and it didn't really win me over. The entree was edible but not particularly memorable.
Each package of Weight Watchers SmartOnes Chicken Mirabella provides 200 calories from 2 grams of total fat, 0.5 grams of which is saturated, 23% of the DV for sodium, 3 grams of dietary fiber and 12 grams of protein. It also provides 20% DV vitamin A and 15% DV vitamin C.
I bought the Weight Watchers SmartOnes Chicken Mirabella for for $1.99 at Target. It was heartier than I would have thought based on the calorie count, which was pretty low. Despite the low calorie count though, the taste just didn't really appeal to me. Perhaps it's just an acquired taste.
Better reviews have been given to Weight Watchers Smart Ones Angel Hair Marinara, Weight Watchers Smart Ones Calzone Italiano, Weight Watchers Smart Ones Chicken Oriental and Weight Watchers Smart Ones Southwest Style Adobo Chicken.