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Posted 26 June 2023

Morrisons Chicken Thigh Fillets Boneless 1kg £3.05 @ Morrisons

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Not showing as an offer, but a great price per kg for Boneless Thigh Fillets.

Update, Clemisace confirmed in comments they paid this price instore today

Confirmed in my store as well

Supplied by British Farms to Assured Welfare Standards
Skinless & Boneless, Prepared and Ready to Cook
Country of OriginUnited Kingdom

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Fresh Class A skinless chicken thigh fillets.

Product life guaranteed for 4 days including delivery day, with an average of 6.5 days.

Cooking Guidelines

Cooking Instructions - General. Cooking appliances vary. These instructions are given as a guide.

Please ensure that the product is piping hot throughout before serving. Ensure product is thoroughly cooked, juices run clear and that no pink colour remains.

Oven cook - From Chilled

  • 200°C, Fan 180°C, Gas 6 25-35 min
  • Pre-heat your oven as shown
  • Remove all packaging
  • Place chicken thighs on a pre-heated baking tray in the centre of the oven.

Stir Fry - From Chilled

  • 12-16 min
  • Remove all packaging
  • Pre-heat 1 tablespoon (15ml) of oil in a large frying pan or wok over a medium heat
  • Add chicken thigh fillets to the pan
  • Fry over a medium to high heat stirring continuously.

Do not wash poultry before cooking. Store raw meat covered at the bottom of the fridge. Use separate kitchen utensils and surfaces for raw meat and poultry or wash thoroughly after use. Keep raw meat and poultry separate from cooked foods. Wash hands after handling raw meat and poultry. Unwrap and dispose of packaging carefully.

Keep refrigerated below 4°C. Use within 24 hours of opening. Do not exceed the date shown. Suitable for home freezing. Freeze as soon as possible and within the date indicated. Use within 1 month. Defrost thoroughly in the refrigerator and use the same day. Once thawed, do not refreeze.

Although every care has been taken to remove bones, some may remain.

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  1. grollyzwife's avatar
    I wonder if it's this price in store. Thank you
    Kasia29's avatar
    Yes it is just got some (edited)
  2. clemisace's avatar
    Just bought 4 packs. Thanks Op.
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    Kasia29's avatar
    Thank you so much for this post...only non fillet thights were priced £3.05.....but went back to the store when saw pic posted by you....Yep...scanning for £3.05..big thank you (edited)
  3. neon123's avatar
    That's gotta be a mis-price, that's how much Morrisons charge for their bone-in thighs.

    Slightly offtopic but I'm kind of sad how expensive chicken thighs have got. They were always a great budget option to buy compared to how expensive chicken breast is. If you deboned the thighs you'd end up with about 750g of chicken meat for about £1.70.
    rapid85's avatar
    Completely agree. It's happened with virtually all cheaper cuts of meat over recent years. I can remember when beef brisket used to be dirt cheap, then when people cottoned on it ended up being about the same price as topside. Same for chicken thighs now. I was.in Sainsbury's the other day and it was somehow more expensive than breast. Madness.

    To make it more affordable I now buy skin on, bone in 2kg. Net weight ends up being about 1.1 kg. It takes more time and work on my part but it makes them about half the price of equivalent thigh fillets prepared by Asda. No doubt when everyone does this in a few years time it won't be much cheaper to buy skin on, bone in. (edited)
  4. thewolf8u's avatar
    Morrisons isn’t mentioned so it’s fine
  5. morgat04's avatar
    Loads in Bedford available, 1p more expensive than boned
  6. jambuniojess's avatar
    Got a pack yesterday, hubby went back in this morning, back up to full price
  7. futura's avatar
    Full price in store, not even sure you can order online as it asks you to log into your account first and when you do, this product disappears completely
    boomtingz's avatar
    None available in your local that's why. Happens to me all the time. Very annoying.
  8. robgoode's avatar
    Went to buy these at the weekend at Morrisons and they were selling a load off for £1.40 due to dates. Bought a few of them to freeze
  9. crumpetman's avatar
    Shame the skin is the best bit! Nowhere seems to do skin on and boneless.

    We get 1kg skin on from Ocado and lose no more than 200g in bones when preparing.
    DoofTrooper's avatar
    Your local butcher will happily debone the thighs whilst keeping the skin
  10. CosmicTurkey's avatar
    They were marked and scanned at 6 in my local this morning
  11. Lucifer_UK's avatar
    £15 for 5kg chicken.... this is super hot!!
    deleted2922835's avatar
    Anonymous User
    This guy maths.
  12. neversay's avatar
    If the price gets much lower, the chickens will need to get jobs and pay you to eat them.
  13. ayeworld's avatar
    Pity I don't like chicken thigh meat.
  14. herrbz's avatar
    Everyone cares about animal welfare until they realise it costs more money
    ayeworld's avatar
    Or become vegetarian
  15. avid.fan's avatar
    Great deal - love chicken thighs...so much tastier than breast, and when they're like this it's not a massive effort to trim off the extra fat etc
    ayeworld's avatar
    Debatable, personally I find them awful in comparison to breast. Tastes cheap. Each to their own though. (edited)
  16. F4STFORW4RD's avatar
    I'm logged in and the product appears for me, might add one to my order that's being delivered tomorrow. Think it must be a pricing error as the smaller 600g pack is £4.49, anyway well spotted OP.
    sotv's avatar
    sotv Author
    Was only looking at prices to check as planning to do a 4kg Kellybab next month on the grill for a family BBQ, tempted to order but would need to freeze them and thighs are always better fresh than defrosted in my experience
  17. rapid85's avatar
    Wow, that would be a good price for 500g, never mind a kilo.
  18. scrounger's avatar
    Much prefer breast to be frank... Still decent mind you...

    Could we have a quick show of hands .. thigh v breast.. 🏽 (edited)
    PenguinsForAll's avatar
    chicken butt for me
  19. SonOfSam's avatar
    amazing price, anyone with anything negative to say about this isn't worth listening to
    Robdataff's avatar
    My negative is that there's none on the shelf in my local... All gone.
  20. NorwoodDeals's avatar
    Thanks OP. Managed to get 2 packs at my local at this price.
  21. bomodo's avatar
    Mine was all out. Anyone know what time they restock? Early morning before they open?
  22. AAARRR's avatar
    Anyone checked if this is still the price instore today??
    Shuggy7's avatar
    I've just been to one in Newcastle. Loads on the shelf but scanned as 6 quid
  23. UrienRheged's avatar
    Managed to get an online order in (with some other items) for 6 packs which arrived today. First time using Morrisons home delivery so got £15 off, so £3 for 6kg of chicken and thigh is my favourite cut Thanks to the OP! 🙏
  24. rodney_jxl's avatar
    great deal
  25. grollyzwife's avatar
    Yeah vanishes when I sign in
    lee19285's avatar
    What happens if you sign in then go directly to the thigh fillets page (deal link)?
  26. Kasia29's avatar
    Thank you for the post OP
  27. c_1st's avatar
    Great deal OP, shows online for us - much appreciated
  28. markgh's avatar
    Is this price also available in Morrisons Daily stores?
    gajamaflake's avatar
    doubt it
  29. MarkFY4's avatar
    Just paid this price in the Blackpool store, only got the 1 as the freezers full, cheers OP. It's marked as £3.05 on the shelf as well. (edited)
  30. johnsaab1's avatar
    got it thanks mate.
  31. CarlFredericksen's avatar

    Thanks OP I bought 3 packs, huuuuge saving! 🔥
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  32. jambuniojess's avatar
    Just got three packs, thanks very much
  33. johnnyshuttle's avatar
    Love these boneless thighs… Mmmm.
  34. lovevelvet's avatar
    Thanks a lot for this deal, as thighs are our preferred choice in chicken. Bought 5, and left 9, which will feed us 12 meals.
  35. bassi3's avatar
    Just got 4 packs, will makes some curry’s
  36. arbortheus's avatar
    Paid £8 for 1kg of boneless skinless chicken thighs at coop yesterday.

    Unfortunately I had to go there because it was past 4pm. 

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  37. freccle's avatar
    None in ours - ordered online despite store being a 2 minute walk away
  38. prestwichian's avatar
    Thank you OP. Picked up the last 4 in Whitefield.
    suejb2's avatar
    Great name… must be local to me
  39. Toc13's avatar
    Just picked up a couple of packs in Welwyn Garden City
    Thanks OP
  40. hackboski's avatar
    Bargain. Love thigh fillets
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