Scrambled eggs with potatoes, onions, peppers, mild chilies and cheese add a Southwestern flavor to your camp breakfast
Ingredients: egg mix powder (whole egg, nonfat milk, vegetable oil), hash brown potatoes, carrot flakes, sour cream powder (cream solids, cultured nonfat milk, citric acid), sharp cheddar cheese powder (pasteurized milk, cheese cultures, salt, enzymes, disodium phosphate, annatto extract), chopped onion, mixed red & green bell pepper, low sodium salt, black pepper, green chile pepper, chives, chili powder, garlic granules, and cilantro. Allergen information: eggs, milk
Made in USA.
|Calories from fat:||100|
|Calories per serving:||230|
|Dietary fiber:||2 grams|
|Saturated fat:||1.5 gram|
|Serving size:||3/4 cup|
|Servings per container:||2 serving(s)|
|Total fat:||11 grams|
|Trans fat:||0 grams|
We cooked this when it was -7ºf and were pleasantly surprised! The instructions say to use cold water, mix it and then fry them up like you would normal eggs. We couldn't stand the thought of cold water so we stuck boiling water in the bag. Then we fried up the eggs and they were great. Nice flavor, plenty of spices, quick cook and pretty filling for 2.
I brought this on a trip with 6 guys. We all really liked this meal. You need to let it soak for longer than it says. Also, it takes quite a while to cook, but it was worth it.
This is great stuff, warms you up on cool mornings from inside out!
Don't forget, you add water cold then pour it out and cook it.
I ate this because I was really hungry, but this tasted terrible!!!!
I was really looking forward to this. I carried around 1lb of tortillas for a couple of days even just to have breakfast burritos. But this tasted really bad. I think the biggest thing is it has carrots sliced up in it and just really tasted out of place. If I was really hungry I would eat again. I ended up burning the majority of this up in a fire.
I found this to be vile tasting and completely inedible despite being completely starved for food when I cooked it. I will stick to traditional oats and other less fancy dishes for breakfast.