- Jan 6, 2002
I forgot to cook it at 30% power for 1.5 minutes before zapping it at full power and nuked it for 2 minutes at 100%. The Sausage came out so hot it would probably cause scabbing in the roof of my mouth if I tried to eat it right out of the microwave. And the biscuit was still so hot it was hard to hold even through a paper towel. But somehow the round "egg" like disc thing was super cold and was still frozen in the middle. I know these aren't made from actual fresh cracked eggs, but I'm scared to Google to find what exactly the damn thing actually is. I don't eat these more than once every 3-4 years, but I seem to recall regardless of the brand you have to start the cook at defrost power or the "egg" stays frozen. I'd like to know the science-y reason the "egg" stays basically frozen while everything else is steaming hot.