Well now here’s a surprising thing. You have to take into consideration the usual freezer diet meal caveats that are not ever surprising:
It looks nothing like the picture on the box. The fried coating on the chicken is pretty thin and transparent. The lasagna is flatter.
It is a very small serving.
Plus in this case, the reason there’s a sprig of basil or something on the photo is because there’s no vegetation inside, so you’ll need to supplement this to make it a complete meal.
But in this case, there’s a pleasant surprise. The chick is pounded thin, or at least is a good approximation of that. The pasta is ok. The sauce is ok. The overall impression it leaves you with is, hey, that was ok, I wish there was more of it.
Thus the need for you to add as many vegetables as you can, to make it a nice little meal. We’ll give it a B+. Would have been an A if it had some green vegetable as a side.
By the way, rollatini usually refers to thin slices of eggplant, like in eggplant parmesan. Which is a great and not very difficult dish, in my humble opinion.
Also by the way, apparently this food concept is a real thing, here’s a recipe for the real thing: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/food-network-kitchens/chicken-parmesan-rollatini-recipe/index.html