As you can see it looks amazing! As I mentioned I tried the "egg" part first and it was ok. I cooked it according to the directions and when I mixed it with the very cold water the consistency reminded me exactly of the lower fat egg substitute that you can get in the store (basically yellow egg whites I believe). It takes longer to cook and turns out quite dense. I added a little black salt to give it more of the eggy flavor and tasted a little. Like I said, it was ok. I don't know if I was underwhelmed by the actual flavor and texture or just disappointed that my mind was not blown like I expected it to be from other reviews that I had read. Or perhaps it was because I spent almost $8 on it and it just wasn't as amazing as I wanted it to be. Was it good and edible? Yes. Was it mind-blowing… no. That being said, when I added it to the rice it was definitely a nice addition and I really enjoyed the meal!
That is not to say that it isn't a good product because I definitely believe it is. However, I think that it may be better used in different ways and I have a few ideas of how to maximize its potential. I am hoping to try the next dish next week and I will be sure to update you on how it works out!
I hope you are all doing well! I'll be back in the next few days to share some meals with you! Hope the end of your week is quick and painless :)