It just looked so appetizing, most likely because it was 1:00pm, and I hadn't eaten anything yet.
It comes in a log, which you're supposed to cut into slices. I thought about sticking to my junk food tradition by just grabbing the whole thing and eating it like a Snickers bar, but it's rather greasy.
The mozzarella is very soft and has a smooth creamy texture in my mouth.
The spicy sopresatta is medium in spiciness, very thinly sliced, and gives off a subtle flavor. It's probably more oily than anything, but then again, I'm not an expert in spicy sopresatta.
The cheese itself has a spiciness to it also because its topped with red peppers.
Together it's absolutely delish.
But it's not something you'd eat like a snack, nor eat whole the way I did. You'd probably eat just a couple of slices and share with friends.
In terms of fat, cholesterol, sodium, and carbs, it's not that bad actually. The entire roll is..
There are 8 servings per roll.
I guess I'd call this junk food since I ate the whole roll. But if you eat just one serving you can feel better by calling it an "appetizer".
I paid $6.99 for this at Albertsons. Add a Dr Pepper to wash it down, and it's not too bad of a price for lunch.
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