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(From 21st August) British Chicken Thighs 1Kg £1.65 @ Tesco
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(From 21st August) British Chicken Thighs 1Kg £1.65 @ Tesco

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eset1234520/08/2019 12:51

Normal price at lidl and aldi, and they taste much better


Don’t you season it? My chicken tastes of the flavours I give it. Not being rude btw.
Normal price at lidl and aldi, and they taste much better
jade6n20/08/2019 20:36

I'm guessing these are not the boneless ones?


then they would be thigh fillets dear!! You can fillet them if tug a bit.
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Tesco are , Bottom of the list for animal welfare

Along with McDonald's and Kentucky fried chicken
Co op and m&s are top ....
Normal price at lidl and aldi, and they taste much better
eset1234520/08/2019 12:51

Normal price at lidl and aldi, and they taste much better





Lidl Birchwood Farm British Chicken Thighs 1kg £ 1.79

Edited by: "fearona" 20th Aug
eset1234520/08/2019 12:51

Normal price at lidl and aldi, and they taste much better


Don’t you season it? My chicken tastes of the flavours I give it. Not being rude btw.
mrtech00720/08/2019 11:04

Tesco are , Bottom of the list for animal welfare Along with …Tesco are , Bottom of the list for animal welfare Along with McDonald's and Kentucky fried chicken Co op and m&s are top ....



Source?

Not disputing, just curious.
VxT20/08/2019 16:07

Source?Not disputing, just curious.





I think Tesco has stopped using them very recently, but they were a supplier of theirs for some time.
Edited by: "maccioso" 20th Aug
Chuck these in a nice homemade bbq / meaty / anything marinade or what ever you fancy making sauce out of, bung in a pyrex oven dish, sloop the sauce all over them, both sides, smoother with salt & pepper (not too much salt!) and leave in the lower (cool not cold) shelf of your fridge for 24 ish hours, covered with foil (shiney side down!)...

Whack on the oven / fan oven, low, about 120c and shove dish in the over, let them slow roast in their own juices, for about an hour, turning over halfway, on the 2nd turn, back to skin side up, whack the over up to 200c, for 5 mins, to crisp them off..

Serve with leftovers from the day before or some nice cheesy coleslaw or new potatoes...

Rinse and repeat, with a variation of ideas, until you have eaten the lot out of the freezer (defrost them at least 16hrs if you do freeze them!) or fresh fridge ones
maccioso20/08/2019 18:43

[Video] I think Tesco has stopped using them very recently, but they were …[Video] I think Tesco has stopped using them very recently, but they were a supplier of theirs for some time.



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They have stopped using them. Tesco are really strict with suppliers now - but how did that vile farm even get accredited?


Also great deal from Tesco
I'm guessing these are not the boneless ones?
jade6n20/08/2019 20:36

I'm guessing these are not the boneless ones?


then they would be thigh fillets dear!! You can fillet them if tug a bit.
mrtech00720/08/2019 11:04

Tesco are , Bottom of the list for animal welfare Along with …Tesco are , Bottom of the list for animal welfare Along with McDonald's and Kentucky fried chicken Co op and m&s are top ....


I mean either way the animals dead so who's really better than the other if they all kill them.
After that horse thing, I don't do any form of Tesco meat anymore.
Nathan_Hayes20/08/2019 21:58

I mean either way the animals dead so who's really better than the other …I mean either way the animals dead so who's really better than the other if they all kill them.



My kids will die eventually and that's why I make their lives an absolute misery.
Duelling.Duck21/08/2019 00:34

My kids will die eventually and that's why I make their lives an absolute …My kids will die eventually and that's why I make their lives an absolute misery.


Well living is a miserable experience when everyones so morbid
Monaco.Blue20/08/2019 14:10

Don’t you season it? My chicken tastes of the flavours I give it. Not b …Don’t you season it? My chicken tastes of the flavours I give it. Not being rude btw.


Aldi's chicken is tenderer However Tesco's a bit fresher.
sandrawhite21/08/2019 10:04

Aldi's chicken is tenderer However Tesco's a bit fresher.


So Aldi's is the tendererest?
Monaco.Blue20/08/2019 14:10

Don’t you season it? My chicken tastes of the flavours I give it. Not b …Don’t you season it? My chicken tastes of the flavours I give it. Not being rude btw.


yeah if you season them heavily anyways wont taste much difference, season with this

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then boil in chicken stock before drizzling chicken gravy on them
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