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Tesco Creamy Garlic Chicken Kiev

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Brand: Tesco / Type: Meat

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      03.02.2010 21:47
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      OK For The Money But Not The Best

      I got these from Tesco a few weeks ago when they was on special offer, you can freeze them so I did because I didn't think I'd eat them before the date was up.

      I had them tonight and they're ok but not the business, there are deffo better kievs that you can buy in the supermarket but these aren't the worst if you see what I mean.

      The kievs are a decent size and when they're cooking you don't get loads of fat coming out of them, the garlic filling doesn't come out in the oven either and that's good because the last lot of kievs I brought were mega dry because all the filling ended up on the baking tray!!!

      The garlic inside is creamy not butter, it's thick and has got a delish herby garlic flavour. It's not majorly strong but is just enough that you can deffo taste it with every bite.

      There was a few bits of gristle in one of the kievs but it wasn't anything major. It put me off a bit because it made me a bit on edge in case I come across another extra chewy bit! lol The chicken is quite tender though and cooks good in the oven from frozen, I'm not mad keen on the breadcrumbs because they're too dry and I had to put some mayo on the plate to dip the edges of the kiev in. They don't taste that good either and haven't got a lot of flavour to them.

      Over all I'll get these again because they're ok, they're £1.98 for 2 and I think that price is good but even better value when they're on special. I brought 2 packs of them for £3.00 and froze them so they'll last for ages.

      I just looked on the pack and each kiev has got 310 calories, I also noticed the creamy filling is made of soft cheese but I wouldn't have known that because it doesn't taste cheesey at all just creamy.



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