I like them
Went really soggy in a bun, didn't care for it at all.
I was very sceptical about these as a lot of Birds Eye chicken is just flavourless mush but these were absolutely lovely! As other reviews have said just cook them for a little longer than it says and they’re really not far off a takeaway chicken burger (and I’m fussy!) definitely going to purchase these again
A bit of heat but a good balance in terms of spiciness and umscious flavour. Any more heat and I reckon kids might be put off. If u need more heat do it with your sauce?! We have these every month, so that proves a point. I'd cook them for around 10 mins longer than recommended as otherwise its actually not crispy enough and has a bit of a soggy botty lol. So glad Birds Eye came up with these tasty things.
No Sizzle in the Sizzler.!
Fancied a "sizzling" burger.. Thought this would have a kick to it in terms of a little spicy or something, every bite was a disappoinment. There was hardly any taste to it, kept trying to search for something, but it just wasn't there. It was more like a warm burger with breadcrubs. Was very diasappointing.!!
Not hot at all, absolutely beautiful. I love these, so does my 5 and 10 year old. If anything more spice would be nice.
A beautiful but slippery burger.
These are the most beautiful of burgers. Taste like they have just come off a freshly cooked batch of Colonel Sanders' choisest cuts. My only complaint is that when you put too much tomato sauce on them, they have a tenancy to slide out of the breadbun in as you bite into them, in a vain attempt to escape. An inconvenience because you're then covered with tomato sauce. Should definitely add an anti-slip ingredient to accommodate this. Thank you captain birdseye.
Cook a little extra for top class chickenburger
Increase cooking time by about ten percent or twenty percent for a better experience as other reviewers here say. Then just put into a bun with mayo and tomato ketchup and it's an excellent first class burger, almost as if it was cooked by some sort of Colonel or something!
Not terribly spicy, but that isn't surprising given it's a Birds Eye product. Paired with a cheese slice, lettuce and mayo it is an acceptable substitute for a takeaway chicken burger.