Package/Product description could be clearer
I bought this thinking that it was an Indian dish. I didn't realise that it was Chinese because there was no description in the product name. It should have read "Chinese Heat and enjoy Garlic Chilli Chicken". I agree with other reviews: it is rather "brown". However, it has a pleasant level of chilli and it's not so hot as to burn your head off. I liked the chicken bit and didn't mind that it was coated with breadcrumbs. I added a bit of colour by frying up a red pepper, some garlic, a chopped carrot and a chopped courgette. I also added a bit of extra flavour by adding a couple of tablespoons of sweet chilli sauce, some finely-grated lemon rind and juice. (I had a lot of veggies in the fridge that were heading towards their use-by date and didn't want to waste them.) I simmered it all together for about 20 minutes and served on a bed of rice. All in all, this was an OK, first-time purchase but the manufacturers really do need to make their labelling clearer so that you know what you're actually buying!
The color was wrong it was brown when I’ve had it from the Chinese it was red couldn’t taste any garlic and no heat from the chilli
A satisfying dish.
This is great. Good sized chunks of chicken, vegetables and sauce. Very satisfying to eat. I had this on a bed of Himalayan basmati rice with light soy sauce and a few drops of Thai sweet chilli sauce. Very nice. I also recommend the Chicken Chow Mein.
Terrible for the money!
Not real chicken so must be reformed meat and thick soggy coating as others mentioned - mainly peppers and onions - nice sauce so a shame and very disappointing for the price.
Tasted of nothing. Chicken ? What chicken ? Could have been any OLD meat. Avoid at all costs. I’d give it minus ‘stars’ if I could.
Awful breading ruins a tasty sauce
Really tasty sauce, but the breading of the chicken was sopping wet and had the foulest texture. It completely ruined the meal.