2 Pack M&S Chicken Kiev half price £1.50 instore at M&S
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2 Pack M&S Chicken Kiev half price £1.50 instore at M&S

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Original Poster

I should have mentioned that it is a pack of two.

Stabby

I should have mentioned that it is a pack of two.



Updated.

I do like a Kiev

Now I'm thinking of kievs at work

Very nice indeed cooking it tonight for when Susanna Reid comes over

LOUGHBORO GUY

Very nice indeed cooking it tonight for when Susanna Reid comes over


You forgot the wine and flowers oO

Heat added, will pick some up for tonights meal

summerof76

You forgot the wine and flowers oO:D


the music is ready I've hoovered the bed is covered in rose petals

In M&S and can't see these anywhere? Chicken kievs £4.25 or 2 for £7?

Original Poster

I think they are different Kievs you are looking at as they are normally £3 or 2 packs for £5. It's a clear see through packet with a broad sticker with cooking instructions and product description across the front.
Edited by: "Stabby" 13th Aug 2015

They're the ones on the raw poultry aisle not the prepared meals aisle

It's hard to get a good Chicken Kiev these days.

LOUGHBORO GUY

Very nice indeed cooking it tonight for when Susanna Reid comes over



​She must've double booked mate. She's round my place tonight for Toad In The Hole ;-)

Are these the ones made from re-formed chicken?

oUkTuRkEyIII

Updated.I do like a Kiev



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2pack?

Wavod

​She must've double booked mate. She's round my place tonight for Toad In … ​She must've double booked mate. She's round my place tonight for Toad In The Hole ;-)


yes just phoned Carol kirkwood is coming instead

Elevation

2pack?



for £1 and fiddy pence?

Real chicken breast or chopped and bleached beaks and feet?

compadre

Are these the ones made from re-formed chicken?


Pretty much all store bought Kiev's are reformed. It's easier to add seasoning/spices and reform them into standard weights.

There's nothing wrong with reformed meat as long as it's reforming it with 100% breast, etc. It actually makes it more succulent.
Edited by: "mamboboy" 13th Aug 2015

mamboboy

Pretty much all store bought Kiev's are reformed. It's easier to add … Pretty much all store bought Kiev's are reformed. It's easier to add seasoning/spices and reform them into standard weights.There's nothing wrong with reformed meat as long as it's reforming it with 100% breast, etc. It actually makes it more succulent.


I think you need to insert 'cheap' between 'all' and ' store'.
I much prefer Kiev's made with whole breast rather than fragments glued together.
Edited by: "compadre" 13th Aug 2015

mamboboy

Pretty much all store bought Kiev's are reformed. It's easier to add … Pretty much all store bought Kiev's are reformed. It's easier to add seasoning/spices and reform them into standard weights.There's nothing wrong with reformed meat as long as it's reforming it with 100% breast, etc. It actually makes it more succulent.



Well M&S used to do 'real' ones and they were very good - not £1.50 for two though!

Do you really think they take perfectly good 100% breast meat, chop it up and glue it back together just to make the weight easier to measure? Surprised at M&S selling this stuff.

Edited by: "Besford" 13th Aug 2015

compadre

Are these the ones made from re-formed chicken?


Yep the proper ones Marksies sell are amazing,best ive had and well worth the £4.29 price tag

Costco (I know) still do real Kiev's - nice too but frozen.
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