Iceland Chicken Breast Fillet Strips Reviews
Product Type: Iceland Meat / Fish
Newest Review: ... may even like them in a sandwich. They are thick, filling and i think one of Icelands best and most tasty frozen meat ... more
by - written on 27/04/11 (Very useful, 117 readings)
I absolutely love these Iceland chicken breast fillet strips. I actually only started buying them after being introduced to them by my partner. I went to his flat and he offered to make me something to eat; he presented me with these chicken fillet strips, with a nice mixed salad and new potatoes. They come in two varieties; hot and spicy and southern fried; they are both delicious, but my favourite is the hot and spicy one. I love my soicy food. They are pretty hot tasting, the chicken breast is great and the outer coating goes really well with the meat. The breadcrumbs are thick and sort of crunchy, with a super flavour. I put lemon juice on the hot & ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/04/09, updated on 28/08/11 (Very useful, 144 readings)
I am a regular shopper in Iceland and therefore keep an eye out for the latest adverts on the TV showing me all the deals. I purchased a £1.00 bag of 400g of 100% chicken breast and this is ideal as it is already frozen and I can just chuck it in the freezer when I get home and not worry about it going out of date or anything similar. I have used this chicken in a whole host of ways including stir frys, casseroles, curry etc and I have not been disappointed at all. As this is 100% chicken breast I don't have to muck around cutting off fat or throwing away bits that I don't want to eat and there is no wastage which is great for the price ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/02/09 (Very useful, 295 readings)
The idea of cooking frozen chicken straight from the freezer made me a bit wary at first because I've always been used to carefully defosting it at room temperature before cooking it. Before Christmas there was quite a big advertising campaign by Iceland about their 'cook from frozen' chicken range so I thought I'd give them a try. To date my daughter & I have tried the following - - chicken breast fillet strips - sliced chicken tikka breast - chicken breast fillet strips in a southern fried style coating & have enjoyed them all. It's a really good idea as far as our family is concerned as I have ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/09/08 (Very useful, 487 readings)
My two boys are very different in their tastes the 13 year old will only eat top quality meat and the 11 year old only eats ghastly processed types of meat. My daughter eats anything. My brother didn't believe me that they could easily tell the difference between processed and real meat but on holiday a few years ago anytime we ate out in either France or England they proved him wrong as whether it was chicken nuggets or burgers one always claimed it to be lovely and the other gagged and couldn't eat it. The quality of the meat content of the burger or chicken deciding which one could eat it. I feel the same way as my eldest son, I can't eat plastic ham, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/10/09 (Very useful, 130 readings)
I really fancied some sort of chicken wrap for my tea the other night so I popped into Iceland to have a look at what they had. Browsing their 'chicken' freezers I spotted their bags of Iceland Chicken Breast Fillet Strips, but they also had a Southern Fried version of them too so I picked up a bag for £1.50. The chicken breast fillet strips come in a red bag with an appetising plateful of chicken strips with a few tucked neatly into a wrap alongside some fresh salad. We are told on the pack that these are Chicken Breast Fillet Strips in a Southern Fried Style coating. We are also informed that these are made with 100% Chicken Breast Fillet and that they ... Read the complete review
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