Morrisons Cook In The Bag Extra Tasty British Whole Chicken 1.4kg - Save 1/3 - Was £5.00, Now £3.33 @ Morrisons
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Morrisons Cook In The Bag Extra Tasty British Whole Chicken 1.4kg - Save 1/3 - Was £5.00, Now £3.33 @ Morrisons

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Found 13th Mar 2015
- Save 1/3 - Was £5.00, Now £3.33, when you order by 15/03/2015. Offer subject to availability. Maximum 20 promotional items per customer

Seasoned chicken with added water and parsley.
Higher Welfare Standards
All of our fresh chickens are provided with natural light, a well-balanced diet and an enriched environment.

Preparation and Usage
Cooking a sensational roast is simple!

Pop your Cook in the Bag chicken on a baking tray in the middle of a pre-heated oven. For crispy skin, slit the bag open at the end of the cooking time and roast for a further 10 minutes.

Our fuss-free bag not only locks in flavour but also leaves you with cooking juices that make the most mouth-watering gravy!

Just follow our chef's easy recipe...
1 Pour the juices into a pan
2 Stir in a tablespoon of flour
3 Add 130-150ml of hot chicken stock and simmer for 8-10 minutes
4 Strain through a sieve, serve and enjoy!

Top tip: Remember for the best deal on fixed price birds, always choose the one with the longest cooking time. Despite being labelled as 1.4kg, these won't all be the same weight; the heaviest ones will take the longest to cook
- 89quidyoucantgowrong

51 Comments

Very good quality chicken and very tasty.

Great price . But remember people it's not free range

benny1983uk

Great price . But remember people it's not free range



i doubt if chicken knew any difference

i had this for tea the other night, it was lovely!!

Hope these chickens enjoyed their 6 weeks on earth

thekesslerboy

Hope these chickens enjoyed their 6 weeks on earth



are you vegetarian?

conor_w1601

are you vegetarian?



In fairness to veggies, you can still be a meat eater and disapprove of many of the modern factory farming methods.

topazz

In fairness to veggies, you can still be a meat eater and disapprove of … In fairness to veggies, you can still be a meat eater and disapprove of many of the modern factory farming methods.



I agree but that's what makes it cheap...

benny1983uk

Great price . But remember people it's not free range



Don't worry I took it for a day out in my trolley.

fzurro

I agree but that's what makes it cheap...



You are correct and that's why my family consumes factory farmed chicken and other meats. Out of sight, out of mind but I suspect i am not alone in suppressing a deep unease at how l am colluding in the vile treatment of these creatures. Hot deal BTW.

Edited by: "topazz" 13th Mar 2015

Banned

Sanctimonious people can jog on, we don't care if you disagree with eating meat. Have a lovely debate on The Guardian about your ethical kale and quinoa fetishes. Good deal, heat added...as they'd taste a bit rank raw.

Saves gettting chicken all over your oven

the rest of the claims are entirely spurious imo

Does it come with £800,000,000 stuffed inside?

dontasciime

Don't worry I took it for a day out in my trolley.

dont like the upbringing of it, dont eat it, simple!

Also scanned at this price in store at Doncaster. Was a nice surprise, as it was marked up at £5.

Very good price for a decent size chicken

cold! Not reformed

Just go to your butchers. Supermarket meat is s**t all pumped full of water

Good if you can get one. None in Leigh.

Cold !

Not covered in breadcrumbs.

1.8kg chickens are £3 through Ocado at mo. Half price!

Im afraid i only eat battery chickens which have had a short and horrendous life. Is there any way i can be sure its definately battery?

thekesslerboy

Hope these chickens enjoyed their 6 weeks on earth



if people didn't eat chicken, the poor little mite wouldn't have even been alive.

Im sure she was thankful to get a taste of what it was like on this marvelous planet, unlike the males that are either minced or frozen within hours of getting out of their shells.

dontasciime

Don't worry I took it for a day out in my trolley.



Best reply i've seen all month. Kudos

ewanyengi

Im afraid i only eat battery chickens which have had a short and … Im afraid i only eat battery chickens which have had a short and horrendous life. Is there any way i can be sure its definately battery?



smell it and taste it, if its got a faint whiff or taste of ammonia its been stood around in its own **** all its life.

Also look at the legs, see where they are cut off, better quality chickens have more of the foot end attached, cheaper chickens are cut short because the feet show signs of having 'burns' from standing around in their own faeces

but I must correct you, 'battery' chickens are egg layers, not eaters.

an example

tesco finest chicken, more leg attached
http://img.tesco.com/Groceries/pi/000/0256900000000/IDShot_540x540.jpg

tesco organic chicken, legs left on
http://img.tesco.com/Groceries/pi/000/0256130000000/IDShot_540x540.jpg

tesco mid range chicken, legs cut short
http://img.tesco.com/Groceries/pi/963/5054402356963/IDShot_540x540.jpg

Tesco value chicken, legs cut short
http://img.tesco.com/Groceries/pi/000/0252920000000/IDShot_540x540.jpg

Edited by: "eset12345" 13th Mar 2015

bojangles

i doubt if chicken knew any difference



They do when their feathers have fallen off and legs break due to overcrowding and overfeeding or when they're otherwise mishandled and abused by those holding them. They're also pumped with antibiotics due to constantly having to stand in their own muck. It's really not difficult choosing free range when you realise the conditions that battery hens are kept in.

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/64/Battery-farm.jpg

https://twinsane.files.wordpress.com/2008/03/2x_hens-72_640x480.jpg

Last year, over 70% of all supermarket chickens are also filled with campylobactor (Food Standards Agency), something you do not get with chickens that not intensively farmed on a massive industrial scale. The amount of infection has actually INCREASED since then.....Morrisons is the second worst supermarket for this.

mirror.co.uk/new…784





Edited by: "Picard123" 13th Mar 2015

anyone and everyone would be willing to pay more for free range


but 3x !

this is your choice

Sick chicken: the dirty truth about food and the UK’s poultry industry

youtube.com/wat…2Qo

Very good price.
When this deal ends, similar chickens are always readily available in Aldi for £3.99.

Banned

Enjoy your bag toxins.

Banned

nice I feel like bla bla ect

I couldn't eat it knowing it had been kept in those conditions for all of its little life......... poor wee thing

Does it matter if they're free range or restricted, at the end of the day the poor things are destined to die anyway, some die sooner.

Certainly if you knew what happened to male chicks, you'd know that really, this is how things are, no one can change things, you either accept it or not eat meat. And regardless of your decision, you won't change how things are, and will forever be.

This is why I will always be a meat eater. Either way I can't change the world.

sleepyinmydreams

Does it matter if they're free range or restricted, at the end of the day … Does it matter if they're free range or restricted, at the end of the day the poor things are destined to die anyway



Every living creature is destined to die. You're destined to die for example.

Does that mean it's okay for your life to be a misery and for you to have to put up with squalid conditions amounting to daily torture?

berry333

[img]http://groceries.morrisons.com/productImages/270/270118011_0_640x640.jpg?identifier=e1d5ba4a8e6d374792a786e9e033a57b[/img]


Looks like John Prescott in a paddling pool. I'm going to take him a beer - he's a ledge!!!

Cold it's not kocher, halal, free range or organic. Careless superstores

Picard123

They do when their feathers have fallen off and legs break due to … They do when their feathers have fallen off and legs break due to overcrowding and overfeeding or when they're otherwise mishandled and abused by those holding them. They're also pumped with antibiotics due to constantly having to stand in their own muck. It's really not difficult choosing free range when you realise the conditions that battery hens are kept in.Last year, over 70% of all supermarket chickens are also filled with campylobactor (Food Standards Agency), something you do not get with chickens that not intensively farmed on a massive industrial scale. The amount of infection has actually INCREASED since then.....Morrisons is the second worst supermarket for this.http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/health-scare-75-supermarket-chickens-5237784



I dunno, looks a bit better than some of the flats near here.

I'm not eating this chicken unless it's spent its whole life lounging around on Cashmere pillows whilst being fed beluga caviar from a golden spoon .

Pretty sure battery farming is illegal in UK now and has been for a few years. Just make sure its a British chicken.
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