a Blonde's horrible flan - and a tip
April 18, 2008 9:37am CST
My dear partner bought me an egg and bacon flan. I don't know why, since I can make that myself, but anyways, I decided to have a slice and it confirmed all my deep misgivings about bought flans. It was horrrrrrrrrible. Runny yukky awful. Then later I read the box. It was part cooked, to be finished in the oven . . . Tip for everyone. If it is a new product, READ the box! Saves a truly disgusting food experience!
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18 Apr 08
Oh my I bet that was a mess...Did your partner think it was fully cooked when purchased? I always read the instructions as well as the ingredients before I pay for anything. It's so frustrating to get home with an item and find out you can't even eat it. You have to be careful when you have type 2 diabetes. I hope it didn't make you or anyone else sick.
14 Sep 08
No, it didn't make me ill but I did feel sick, mainly at the awful taste. I am sorry you have the diabetes but maybe it does help you because you read the labels properly. I don't think he considered whether it was cooked. It was a flan, I had written "flan" on the list so he had done as he was told and bought a flan. To save time. Which to a woman means "I don't have to cook". I have made a batch of my own now, at least I know they are cooked!