Ainsley Harriott Rice & Simple Chicken Flavour Basmati Savoury Rice Reviews
Product Type: Ainsley Harriott Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Ainsley Harriot / Type: Chicken
Newest Review: ... sodium and although to make rice taste good some of these must be added, the recipe for Ainsley Harriot's has done an ... more
by - written on 09/06/10 (Very useful, 140 readings)
Ainsley Harriott Rice & Simple Chicken Flavour Basmati Savoury Rice I first noticed this Ainsley Harriot rice when I was looking for a healthy addition to my diet. I'd read about savoury rice being a good option for meal times due to, amongst other benefits, it providing a fast source of energy and encouraging healthy bowel movements whilst being both relatively cheap and filling. Rice itself does not contain any harmful fats, cholesterol or sodium and although to make rice taste good some of these must be added, the recipe for Ainsley Harriot's has done an excellent job of keeping them as low as possible, in addition to avoiding artificial ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/03/10 (Very useful, 125 readings)
When it comes to meal times, I normally cook everything with oven chips, as it just seems the easiest thing to do but sometimes it is nice to have something a bit different from potato. I was shopping recently when I came across the Ainsley Harriott rice which I hadn't tried before but I do know that his Risotto was very nice so if it was anything like that. I have also tried the Batchelor's rice and although it is ok, I do like something a bit more appetising as the rice does stick to the pan a lot and isn't always the best cooked. The packet of the rice is very easy to see on the shelf as it has a similar design to the majority of his ranges. It has a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/05/09 (Very useful, 119 readings)
Ainsley Harriott Chicken Flavour Rice............ After trying Ainsley Harriott's wonderfully flavoursome cous cous, I decided to try out all of his other products that he has in his range. The first one I went for was this Chicken Flavour Rice. I was always a big fan of Bachelors Flavoured Rice so this Ainsley Hariott product was one I was certain I was going to like and I was right! The rice is around 70 pence per packet and I have seen them for sale in most of the leading supermarkets and a lot of smaller local shops too. The packet contains 120 grams and does state that this is a 2 serving packet although I would say that it would serve two ... Read the complete review
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