Very good. Very economical
Very good chicken. I use it for my chicken noodle soup and other recipes like peanut stew. It's very useful not to have to think about the best before date.
Tender and rich in taste. No visible frost and dam
Tender and rich in taste. No visible frost and damage to the tissue. Good quality and best value.
i have started buying these for use in stews curries or for braising in gravy i find them to be fine for this.The price is excellent and the water content is about the same as for most supermarket chicken breasts fresh or frozen which tend to all be pumped and plumped with water these days
Not Much Of A Bargain
Not such a bargain as it's nearly 20% WATER and boy do the portions shrink when cooked. Come on Tesco give better value than that!!!
GOOD CHICKEN RUINED BY WATER CONTENT
The chicken was fine and tender but and itis a big BUT, the 20% water in it makes it a nuisance to cook. Get rid of the water and it would be 5 star.
Quick and easy, but very very watery
Very tasty chicken but mega-water content, is all that water really necessary? Also, the breasts are rather small so you need two per person. Their saving grace is that they are very tasty, easy and quick to cook, so I awarded four stars, which would be five if there was more meat and less water
glizzy gives this a dropppp
these are great for just getting out of freezer an
these are great for just getting out of freezer and cooking but gone up by 79p since last brought
Great value for money...
Even though you only get 620 grams of chicken after cooking due to the high water content etc., but it is still great value for money nevertheless... At least in a pressure cooker with appropriate spices etc. it comes out very tender and delicious in every sense of the word... This chicken doesn't rot nor let anyone down!
Fight back, don’t need it don’t buy it
Don’t need it don’t buy it, only buy what you need, we have the power to ruin greedy suppliers just by only buying what we need