One of the nicest flavoured chickens Ive had in a
One of the nicest flavoured chickens Ive had in a long time also very tender and cooked beautifully. I order one every time but unfortunately they are not always available.
Delivered with expiry date the next day and was bo
Delivered with expiry date the next day and was bony with little meat.
Too many feathers
Spent about 40 min plucking feathers from the chicken.
Excellent roast chicken
This chicken was the nicest I’ve had in a long time. It was very tender and tasty. I highly recommend it.
Not as fresh as I would have picked myself!
Had to use it the day I received it as it was already on its use by date. It was supposed to have six days left. This is not what I expect from Tesco. The instore shoppers are NOT being as diligent as they should be when selecting fresh food.
Just right size for us n nice price
Great for the price. Spatchcock it
I spatchcock this little chicken. Shove it in the oven at 180 degrees along with some potatoes and sweet potatoes. If room also bell pepper and sometimes borlotti beans and enthusiastically season everything with all sorts of whatever I feel like having. Cut a lemon into quarters and pop it in too. Yes there is some prep required ie removing residue innards but no big deal
Poor little Chicken - if it had lived just 1 more day it would have doubled its weight for sure.
Fantastic Value For Quality Chickens.
Whenever I use Tesco online I always purchase at least 2 of these chickens. I have never had any sort of problem with the chicken I received, the quality and size of the chicken has been perfect. I am impressed with the quality and price of these chickens, well done Tesco!
Really weird. I’ve been buying these chickens two at a time for a few weeks (they’re quite small), and cooking them together in the one roasting pan. I’ve not had a problem with them until now, although they are a bit dry and tough. This week when it came time to take them out of the oven they were floating in (honestly) OVER HALF AN INCH OF CHICKEN FAT! As a test (water or fat, who knows?) I used half of the liquid to baste my roasters to see if the liquid would reduce in the heat. It didn’t although the heat was up to 220 degrees C for 30 minutes. The chickens themselves were particularly dry and tough, and I’d kept one of them to make a curry, but will instead throw it out after using the other for roast dinners. I’m starting to lose trust in Tesco for a lot of their ‘basic’ products, it’s a real lottery now.