Ruiz Foods [USA]
Required to Prepare: Microwave (or Oven)
280 calories per package
And now for something really different! After this, we'll get back to ramen for a while, I promise. (A trip to Uwajimaya is overdue and is in the near future.) I'm going to admit up front that this isn't the type of thing I normally choose for myself, and that it made it into my freezer, and into the review queue, for one reason only--there was a coupon in the Sunday paper to try one free. It should go without saying that this was a price the Ramen Butterfly was incapable of passing up. So for today's lunch, a frozen burrito it is!
Okay, I'll start with the outside and work my way in. The tortilla has a really odd texture... I worried it might turn out soggy and wet from microwaving in the wrapper, but it's not, really; instead it seems doughy, as if the tortilla itself were undercooked somehow.
Well, it was free, anyway, so I suppose I got my money's worth. But for the normal price of $1.29? Not so much.
I do suppose it's possible it would have tasted a little better if I had thawed it first, or used the oven directions. And, I'm certain it would have tasted a lot better if I had gone to Taco Bell and got a Burrito Supreme for roughly the same price. :b