Iceland Roast From Frozen Boneless Chicken Cushion with Sage & Onion Stuffing 1.5Kg - £7
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Iceland Roast From Frozen Boneless Chicken Cushion with Sage & Onion Stuffing 1.5Kg - £7

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Found 26th MarEdited by:"RUSSt"
Reduced from £10 A big lump of chicken gorgeous 1.5 KILOS
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Original Poster
Perfect for Easter dinner
"Chicken cushion" wtf?
Xorro9 m ago

"Chicken cushion" wtf?


It's a pillow of chickeny goodness.
Bad reviews on Iceland website
Original Poster
good reviews my house
I normally love Iceland's products, but would never get any of there roast from frozen products again. Got there small chicken joint, and even though it said serves 3-4 only had enough meat for me and my boyfriend(though I am a little piggy), and it was watery, and just generally tasteless.
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ciare3219 m ago

I normally love Iceland's products, but would never get any of there roast …I normally love Iceland's products, but would never get any of there roast from frozen products again. Got there small chicken joint, and even though it said serves 3-4 only had enough meat for me and my boyfriend(though I am a little piggy), and it was watery, and just generally tasteless.


thet are much better with 10 mins under the grill to dry them out once cooked
I prefer a DUCK
Xorro1 h, 12 m ago

"Chicken cushion" wtf?


I’m so glad someone said it. What the hell is it? #nothanks
SJHan1 h, 4 m ago

It's a pillow of chickeny goodness.


That’s not food imho. Sorry.
Have to agree with the above, I like Iceland but their own brand chicken products seem to be chock full of extra water to add weight.
Edited by: "mikedigitales" 26th Mar
Sure that was out at Xmas that’s why it looks like it’s got an Xmas tree on it
"Boneless Chicken" ??? Must be easy to catch then just throw them in a bucket ...
Edited by: "RoadKingClassic2002" 26th Mar
Xorro3 h, 14 m ago

"Chicken cushion" wtf?


You get a bag full of the plucked feathers I think...
It's made from 100% chicken bum
RUSSt4 h, 9 m ago

thet are much better with 10 mins under the grill to dry them out once …thet are much better with 10 mins under the grill to dry them out once cooked


Thanks, but my grill doesn't work, if it was working I'd def try it
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