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Oct 16, 2014

Review: Taco Bell - Country Grilled Breakfast Burrito

Taco Bell's Country Grilled Breakfast Burrito is a value-priced grilled burrito filled with pieces of sausage, crispy potatoes bites, scrambled eggs, and a new country gravy.

I paid $1.29 for one.

While I like Taco Bell's new country gravy, it didn't quite jive with the potato bites here. The rich, meaty (but magically meatless) depth of the gravy loses something when paired with the strong seasoned spices of the potatoes. The potatoes also tend not to stay crispy inside the burrito. I would have preferred torn pieces of the more neutral hash brown patties or no potatoes at all.

Beyond the miss-matched flavors of the Fiesta potatoes, the sausage came in little balls of salt and meat but didn't come with enough distinctive seasoning. The eggs were pretty light and fluffy.

Overall, Taco Bell's Country Grilled Breakfast Burrito was just okay for me since it dulled the country gravy that I quite enjoy. If you're getting it, I recommend asking for it without the potatoes.

Nutritional Info - Taco Bell Country Grilled Breakfast Burrito - Sausage (160g)
Calories - 390 (from Fat - 160)
Fat - 18g (Saturated Fat - 5g)
Sodium - 920mg
Carbs - 45g (Sugar - 5g)
Protein - 12g




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