I don't usually comment on this type of food, but
I don't usually comment on this type of food, but this product was horrible! The 'coating' was too thick and greasy, as was the meat inside: stringy fatty and very off-putting. Most of it ended up in the bin. Tesco own brand Southern fried portions are much nicer! I would never buy this again.
Don't do it!
Was it good quality ? I imagine this is something like the texture that chlorinated chicken might taste like - tough texture on the outside (rough as an old boot) and wet on the inside. What did I use it for - scaring away the cat. Helpful advice - don't go there. - makes one want to throw up !!.
These was not nice at all, just read the reviews. Says it all really, wish I read the reviews first
At home Southern fry chicken
Good quality Enjoyed it all
Terrible fatty had to throw it away it was too bad
Terrible fatty had to throw it away it was too bad to eat
All fat, no meat.
Really fatty with very little actual meat.
DO NOT BUY THESE!!!
Bad quality , chicken was mushy and seemed sloppy when chewing. Bought 2 bags me & my husband had 3 each and binned them and the rest that was cooked. Takes longer to cook as chicken was stone cold in recommended time. If your wanting nice, crispy , tasty southern fried chicken at home DO NOT BUY THIS!
Horrible don't waste your money
Poor quality,greasy fatty and inedible we ended up throwing the whole lot in the bin!
Really enjoyed this - meat was tasty and the chick
Really enjoyed this - meat was tasty and the chicken batter was really spicy and delicious. Obviously, being frozen, it's not as fresh as the freshly-made fried chicken on offer, but this certainly does the job. Highly recommend.
I am astounded that Tesco's are selling this produ
I am astounded that Tesco's are selling this product, it's completely inedible. It was slimy, fatty and looked diseased. Horrendous product, please remove it from your shelves before anyone else wastes their money on a product that is not fit for human consumption. I complained and sent pictures to Tesco's to show them just how bad this product is and received an apology. However, I was even more shocked to look at the reviews only to find I'm not the only one that finds this product inedible and yet it's still being sold, why?