Some mornings, I have no idea what to eat for breakfast or lunch, and I’ve found a great solution – frozen food! I’ve purchased a giant box of Stouffer’s Bistro Signature as a breakfast entree. I got the box that was flavoured Applewood Bacon, Egg and Cheese – which is kind of like an omelette, but in a “to go” style.
These breakfast sandwiches really remind me of breakfast – as it’s the main purpose of me purchasing them. They at least taste like what it’s suppose to, and I appreciate that these days! To prepare these sandwiches is simple – simply unwrapped the individually wrapped sandwich, place it inside the “microwavable crisper”, and zap it for about 2 minutes.
I don’t know if my microwave is too high or what not, but I always get the oozing out of cheese from the seams when it’s ready. If I try to have it such that there is no leakage, then I find the centre to not be thoroughly heated – so I cook it on a plate. I also found the crispy & flaky crust isn’t “flaky and crispy” when it comes out of the microwave, but it sure is better than not having the “crisper”, as it does help with the texture. I’m sure this would taste excellent if I took the time and heated it through in the counter-top oven though!
Posted: Monday, April 30th, 2012 @ 10:12 PM
Categories: Breakfast, food, Food Review, Food Review, Lunch, pictures, Product Review, snack.
Tags: bistro, breakfast, microwavable, nestle, sandwich, stouffers.
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