Product Type: Iceland Meat / Fish
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Iceland Chicken Breast Fillet Strips
Member Name: annie47
Iceland Chicken Breast Fillet Strips
Advantages: Great value for money; good quality, lovely flavours
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 & spicy ones and on the southern fried.
The southern fried chicken breast strips are a little bit spicy too but with a really good fried flavour; my kids really enjoy these. My daughter thinks the southern fried flavour are a little spicy but she enjoys them; my son will eat either type.
You can have this product with a variety of different food; they go really well with salad and chips/salad and new potatoes/salad and a jacket potato. You may even like them in a sandwich.
They are thick, filling and i think one of Icelands best and most tasty frozen meat products.
Each packet only costs £1.50 and i would suggest that there are enough strips in one pack for about 3- 4 children or 2- 3 adults. I guess it really depends on how many you want to eat! I actually usually have 3 or 4 strips and my kids will have 3 each. There are about 10 strips per 360g packet; though this may vary as the size of the strips do vary.
The strips are very easy to cook; just taking about 20 minutes in the oven.... simple!
INGREDIENTS INCLUDED (HOT & SPICY)
Chicken breast (55%); wheat flour, maize, starch, black pepper, capsicum, soya bean flour, soya bean oil, garlic, sugar, yeast. Product also contains gluten.
INGREDIENTS INCLUDED (SOUTHERN FRIED)
Chicken breast (55%); wheat flour, maize, starch, black pepper, white pepper, fennel, nutmeg, yeast, soya bean oil, marjoram, yeast extract.
For 100g of the hot & spicy flavour there are 214 Kcals and in the southern fried 216. The strips contain protein, fat, sugar, fibre and salt.
The chicken strips may possibly contain some small bones, (as stated on the packaging) but in all the time i have been buying them, i havn't once had any bones in mine.
I think these really are a great little buy. I dont think the price has changed for a long time either, which is good news. Lets face it, you can't get something similar to this for as cheap as this price in fast food restaurants. So go on, give them a go; they are well worth it.
Summary: Why pay more?
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