Convenient to use.
I needed to trim fat off but these thighs cook beautifully. They are skinned and boned ready for use. Perhaps a tad expensive..
waste of money
terrible product , i bought this for a recipe which needed 550g of chicken i weighed it out to take 50g away to find the whole thing only weighed 425g and once i cut all the fat and bones of it weighed even less .
Good value for money
No skin, no bone. Perfect for Curry. Good value for money
Short date on product
Just checked the date today Thursday on the chicken that was delivered at 7.45 on Tuesday to discover the date up is today. It quite clearly says 5+ days on the website. This is not good enough Tesco. It is not practical to check the dates on all of our shopping on delivery. This happens too often.
Decent Meat, Sloppy Butchery
It was delicious in a stew and a curry. However, the butchery was appalling and I had to spend a long time trimming the chicken and cutting pieces of bone out.
I like these, disliked that they had random piece of bone though, but I would deffo buy again. I also liked the fact that the chicken didn’t shrink during cooking
Perfect for slimmers
Perfect for casseroles
These looked like they should be nice but had a to
These looked like they should be nice but had a tough kind of outer skin which was just unpleasant. Disappointed.
How's this for a recipe idea?
Love to cook these stuffed with brie, wrapped in pancetta with a cocktail stick through them to hold them together. Warning, not for those on a low fat diet but nice for a once in a while treat ;-)
Versatile and really tasty.
I roasted these, flavoured with fresh garlic. black pepper and smoked paprika. Placed on a bed of sliced carrot and onion and tucked in half a lemon. They fitted in an 8" square roasting dish and I put about 1/2 cm of water in. Covered with foil and roasted quite low in the oven on 180 for an hour. Had with salad and some home made oven chips, also flavoured with black pepper and smoked paprika. The stock I poured into a cup and the rest of the chicken and veg I refrigerated. Next day made chicken soup. The stock had set to a really flavoursome jelly and it was easy to remove excess fat. Ate with crusty french bread. Still have some chicken left to have cold with salad or a sandwich or make curry. Easy and really tasty. Thinking about stuffing them with pork sausage and sage and onion another time.