Not British Chicken
It was chicken from Thailand, an unknown foreign source, not British. I bought several tins of different things to try for camping; my mistake, one of the other tins said "British Chicken" and I didn't check all of them thoroughly enough. I wouldn't have bought it had I realised. Whether the taste was ok is irrelevant, we should be Buying British.
Used to love this but am now disappointed
I have been buying this for years and have always loved it but the latest cans I purchased are not the same. The sauce used to be lovely and creamy however now it is quite thin and watery and doesn't taste as nice. I will purchase again just to find out if I got a rogue can or if the recipe has changed in which case I will stop buying it in the future. Disappointed.
what happen to the classic kitchen o ne that was l
what happen to the classic kitchen o ne that was loved by all the family
You get a lot of meat in a tin. All the pieces of chicken are very soft and tender (but I guess that's because they are not cuts straight from a chicken carcass but consist of meat that has been macerated and then re-textured and reformed into chunks). I found the sauce a little nauseating - it might be nicer if the recipe did not include chicken fat. I would not buy this again but I was interested to try it because it brought back memories of childhood when I ate vol-au-vents filled with chicken in white sauce as a buffet/party food.
On a diet
It disappeared for 4 weeks now its back at last except its 8 grams lighter must be shrinkflation