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Chicken Breasts 4 for £3 @ Lidl
Chicken Breasts 4 for £3 @ Lidl

Chicken Breasts 4 for £3 @ Lidl

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Posted here for no other reason than I've just fried four of these off and wondered where the water is..............are you paying attention Tesco, Sainsbury, Morrisons and (especially) Asda??

Now I'm no label snob, and while I'll happily pick up the odds and ends I like at Marks' and Waitrose, the bulk of the shopping goes through Sainsburys and Aldi. Lidl are now filling a few gaps as well, and if you are happy to pay nearly twice as much for lower quality then carry on...........

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I take it these are the fresh variety?

The frozen ones are AWFUL for those who have ever considered them.. very tough and stringy, regardless of how you cook them.

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Snobs............are you are on the right site? I can happily sort a link to Fortnam and Mason :whistling:

They are the fresh version.............

how many kg is this? by far the cheapest chicken i found is Netto £5 for 1kg

mmmkbb;7834355

how many kg is this? by far the cheapest chicken i found is Netto £5 for … how many kg is this? by far the cheapest chicken i found is Netto £5 for 1kg



570g
price going up again monday

Dont think tesco chicken so bad for water but not compared vs anything recently

Woop Woop !!!

Sound of da (chicken) police !!!

jeffliv;7833989

Snobs............are you are on the right site? I can happily sort a … Snobs............are you are on the right site? I can happily sort a link to Fortnam and Mason :whistling:


Is Fortnam and Mason a cheap and nasty version of Fortnum & Mason?

If you have a Costco card 2.2kg is around 10-11 quid fantastic quality.

Beats anything from the supermarkets.

Chilled Chicken Breast fillets are £3 for around same weight in Iceland.
Bought the 1kg of chilled chicken legs for £1.50 recently from Lidl and they are good.
Not tried the chicken breasts, but the Lidl chilled chickens are better than Tescos imo.

My dad used to work as a butcher for 40 years mainly ih high quality shops in central London, he buys his fresh meat from Lidl and Morrisons as he says the quality isnt as good at Tesco and Sainsburys..the fresh pork in Lidls is much better quality than Tesco and Sainsburys.Lidls tins and packaged sliced meat I find too salty though.

I tend to shop wherever I can get quality at the best price, the supermarkets make a fortune from their "special" ranges which are not always the best quality product compared to other shops , ie the Lidl potato salad (vitakrone) is gorgeous and the tesco one is 4 times the price and nowhere near as nice .

thanks for the post, I will have to pop into Pikeyland and get some as it's a well known fact that other supermarkets rely on food snobbery to push their profits up

Pwned, Howie.
I'm no label snob, but I'm an ethical one. I like to know where
my food is generally sourced from when I am purchasing it on a weekly shop. Good price For what it is though.

I only buy free-range chicken. I'm not an animal rights activist or anything, but the conditions that battery chickens are raised in is truely awful.

Yes its a bit more expensive, but I'd rather have less of it to balance out the extra cost.

they do a frozen pack with skin on part boned for £3.99 1.5kg they taste great just cook them in tin foil the skin keeps them moist better than asda tesco value for money
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