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Old 11-03-2015, 05:37 PM   #1
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The Good Table Southwest Tortilla Mix for chicken review...



Okay so this is supposed to be a new product from General Mills. I bought this flavor with a 1 dollar off coupon.

Regular price was 2.99.

The box included two packets.

One packet was a roasted tomato sauce. The other was crust packet.

The Sauce and crust packet is only good for at most 4 Chicken breasts.

The sauce was dark red in color. The crust was mainly crushed up tortilla chips.

Put the chicken in the sauce first and then the crust mixture.

I put it in the oven and baked the chicken until it was done.

The sauce flavor was really good. Really good tomato flavor here.

The crust was not that bad either.

I will give this item a big thumbs up. Way more high priced than shake and bake though.

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Old 11-03-2015, 07:18 PM   #2
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These look interesting. Wouldn't mind trying the Thai one.
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Old 11-03-2015, 08:00 PM   #3
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These look interesting. Wouldn't mind trying the Thai one.
If your local grocery has them and put them in the right spot they will be where the Shake And Bake stuff is. That is where I saw all four flavors.

With only one coupon in hand I went for the southwest tortilla over Crunchy Thai peanut.

Did not make a bad choice.
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Thanks, Kleenex, I'll look for them.
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Okay onto my Crunchy Thai Peanut review..

Another coupon showed up and I was able to get another flavor to try out.

One packet had white garlic sauce

the other packet had a spicy crust mix with peanuts included in it.

At best again you are going to get 4 chicken breasts out of it.

I put it in the oven and cooked it until it was done.

The chicken came out moist juicy and tender.

I would have liked more peanuts and more pepper spice here.

I could taste something special, but not sure what it was.

I will say it can lead to a nose blow at the end, but I had no real burn.

I give this flavor a medium sized thumbs up at best.
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