Lakeland Chicken Breast Fillets 600g Half Price Was £5.99 Now £2.99 @ Tesco - HotUKDeals
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#1
ok to make curry with:thumbsup:
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Yes I spotted this on Friday, but on checking ingredients found it was only about 90% chicken. Crazy stuff..10% bulking agent I'd rather not have in my cooking (remembered seeing a tv programabout this where they inject the chicken breasts with glycerol, water, sugar, salt etc...was pretty grim). Some people don't seem to be bothered about that kind of thing though.
#3
I've never seen them at 5.99!
#4
i see where you are coming from but to be fair most of the stuff they put in comes out through the ccoking process anyway as they are there to look meat more presentable as a raw product so fine to eat if you look at the ingreadience you should find most of the stuff in there in alot of everyday household foods without anyone going dont want that in my house cause theyu expect it in that food lol voted hot cause good price and better quality than you would recieve in branded restaurants good find.
#5
Title is wong it's not 600g of chicken it's about 500g of chicken - rest is filling agents etc :p
#6
Cheepy chickin :thumbsup: HOT price :thumbsup:

HALF PRICE Was £5.99 Now £2.99 - valid from 05/05/2009 until 26/05/2009 ;-)
#7
grahamh1981
i see where you are coming from but to be fair most of the stuff they put in comes out through the ccoking process anyway as they are there to look meat more presentable as a raw product so fine to eat if you look at the ingreadience you should find most of the stuff in there in alot of everyday household foods without anyone going dont want that in my house cause theyu expect it in that food lol voted hot cause good price and better quality than you would recieve in branded restaurants good find.


This is what happens when you eat this stuff .. . .Spelling and puntuation part of brain totally mashed.

stay away! :p
#8
conradish
This is what happens when you eat this stuff .. . .Spelling and [COLOR="Red"]puntuation[/COLOR] part of brain totally mashed. stay away! :p


Seems to have affected you too: punctuation :whistling:
#9
It's a good price but it's been this price for ages. :)
#10
[email protected];5236745
ok to make curry with:thumbsup:


Yes I thought the same when I defrosted it!
#11
i bought these once and cooked one from frozen not realising you had to defrost them first.
I was probably tired or something...didn't kill me though :D
#12
JustboyScott
i bought these once and cooked one from frozen not realising you had to defrost them first.
I was probably tired or something...didn't kill me though :D


I rarely defrost anything...does it really make that much of a difference or am I just thinking like a man? :giggle:
#13
your still alive too, so i guess not!
#14
This "offer" has been on going for months.
#15
lol you guys i think you should defrost chicken first unless it says you can cook it straight from frozen on the pack. remember rt*m :p instructions xx
#16
kaits
lol you guys i think you should defrost chicken first unless it says you can cook it straight from frozen on the pack. remember rt*m :p instructions xx


aww but that means its eveeeeen longer before your able to eat it...
#17
conradish
Yes I spotted this on Friday, but on checking ingredients found it was only about 90% chicken. Crazy stuff..10% bulking agent I'd rather not have in my cooking (remembered seeing a tv programabout this where they inject the chicken breasts with glycerol, water, sugar, salt etc...was pretty grim). Some people don't seem to be bothered about that kind of thing though.


Totally with you on this one.

Good price, so I won't vote it cold, but there's no way I'd buy the things, and definitely no way I'd feed them to my kids.
#18
conradish
This is what happens when you eat this stuff .. . .Spelling and puntuation part of brain totally mashed.

stay away! :p


yeah thats my problem lol nothing to do with typing just the fact that i eat chicken lol ahh well at least i am still a polite guy so i hear that means alot to. if you every want to know what it feels like let me know i will try and tell you
#19
JustboyScott;5238590
aww but that means its eveeeeen longer before your able to eat it...


My mum used to say if you don't follow instructions you get worms. :w00t:
1 Like #20
kaits
My mum used to say if you don't follow instructions you get worms. :w00t:


haha in that case im going to stop shopping in ikea.
#21
Is this chicken any good. Do they still inject a solution of water, salt, and sodium phosphat into each chicken to weight it out.

This is why i stopped buying frozen
#22
Cold.

You can get 800g Frozen Chicken Breast Fillets from Aldi for £3.99 and
there all chicken no added crap.
#23
conradish
Yes I spotted this on Friday, but on checking ingredients found it was only about 90% chicken. Crazy stuff..10% bulking agent I'd rather not have in my cooking (remembered seeing a tv programabout this where they inject the chicken breasts with glycerol, water, sugar, salt etc...was pretty grim). Some people don't seem to be bothered about that kind of thing though.

I agree - They're pretty awful and tatse very salty. Also I've never seen them at less than 2.99 or full price but BOGOF. When I bought them on BOGOF I took the second pack back because I thought they tasted awful and was told they can't take back frozen food because "they don't know how customers have stored them". The Customer Services Assistant said "How about cooking them and giving them to your dog?" I said "I don't have a dog and wouldn't even wish them on a dog.:x"
#24
conradish
This is what happens when you eat this stuff .. . .Spelling and puntuation part of brain totally mashed.

stay away! :p


grahamh1981
yeah thats my problem lol nothing to do with typing just the fact that i eat chicken lol ahh well at least i am still a polite guy so i hear that means alot to. if you every want to know what it feels like let me know i will try and tell you


Sorry, I really didn't mean to offend, I am a polite guy, and this was meant in good homour, but can understand it could be taken otherwise, so please accept my apology.
#25
big-boy
Seems to have affected you too: punctuation :whistling:


:thumbsup:

but i bought the other stuff...Arrrggg!

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