Marks & Spencer Chicken Kiev Reviews
Product Type: Marks & Spencer Meat / Fish
Description:Brand: Marks & Spencer / Type: Meat / Chicken Kiev, introduced in 1976, was Marks & Spencer's first ready-made meal.
Newest Review: ... Not that munched up, regurgitated, mangled, chicken mush which so many other Chicken Kievs are made up of. You get two in a ... more
by Marilyn Cann - written on 30/09/13, updated on 05/10/13
Used to be the best but latest version ( sept 2013) is awful.Gone is the butter parsley & garlic sauce ,replaced by some sort of tasteless paste. Nasty.Very sad.
by - written on 02/07/11 (Useful, 351 readings)
Before we go any further I fell it is important to hightlight the fact that there are two different packs of chicken kievs one can buy in M&S. The one being reviewed on this page is (for want of a better phrase) the 'better' one. At £4 they ought to be rather good since the competition can knock them out at over £1 cheaper. And we aren't disappointed! These are real chicken breasts. Not that munched up, regurgitated, mangled, chicken mush which so many other Chicken Kievs are made up of. You get two in a pack and while sometimes it can be said the portion sizes in M&S are a little skimpy, these aren't. They come in their own little foil tray which goes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/04/11
Yesterday, in your branch in Newmarket, I bought two of your Chicken Kievs. One I cooked for last nights dinner. My husband and I could not have been more disapointed. I followed the instructions with the utmost care. On serving them, the garlic butter had completely dried out and the meat was dry and rubbery, infact it tasted like sawdust.On looking at the picture on this web site, it does not appear to be the same product, the label seems different and the chicken is in a clear plastic tray, not a tinfoil one that would have been oven proof. The display date though, was the 16 April and the bar code M 0391 733 S.
by - written on 06/08/09 (Very useful, 299 readings)
I have no problem making garlic chicken after all it is hardly a hard dish but my attempts at making Chicken Kiez have pretty much always fallen flat, admittedly I have never bothered to look up an actual recipe instead I just made a couple of assumptions and went for it and have tended o produce overly dry rubbery chicken with no garlic oil left in the middle. Instead I'm quite happy to make do with these Chicken Kiez from Maks and Spencers which cost £3.99 for two portions and each one is large enough and filling enough to feed one person so they are ideal for me and the other half. They are easy to cook taking about 30 minutes in the oven, the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/07/08 (Very useful, 2195 readings)
Calories: 379 per piece Fat: 24.8g per piece Salt: 1.1g per piece Cost: approx. £3.99 for 2 pieces (this price may recently have changed) If you have problems dreaming up a concept of paradise, why not trot along to your local M&S and treat yourself to a pack of their extraordinarily delicious Chicken Kiev? This luxurious treat comes in packs containing two pieces of very tender, REAL chicken breast (not the re-constituted trash we are so often tricked into eating), filled with a very generous portion of heavenly garlic butter, and the finished item is coated with golden breadcrumbs.....and yes, REAL breadcrumbs which are ... Read the complete review
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