Batchelors Savoury Rice Chicken Reviews
Product Type: Batchelors Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Batchelors / Type: Chicken
Newest Review: ... easy to cook. It is suggested that you put the contents into a saucepan and add ¾ pint of boiling water; cover and simmer for ... more
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by - written on 21/09/11 (Very useful, 81 readings)
I am quite fussy when it comes to the type of rices I like and it depends also on what I am eating with the rice! For example, if I make a curry, then I only really like Long Grained White Rice; however, if im having something like chicken or pork, or fish, then its sometimes nice to have a savoury type rice such as this Batchelors one. On the packet it states that this rice serves 2-3 as part of a main meal or 1as a tasty snack. In my view I would say its serves 2 as part of a main meal; but of course that depends on how small or large you have your portions. Each packet weighs 120g and the Rice is really easy to cook. It is suggested that you put the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/06/11 (Very useful, 53 readings)
Batchelors Savoury Rice. chicken Flavour. Having a ready stocked food cupboard I then can simply pull out a packet or two when I am in a hurry to find something to accompany any meat dishes. I often go for some savoury rice made by Batchelors a well known and trusted company. This comes in a foil linned packet and costs £1.29p, and has a little sun winking at you in the right hand corner, with Batchelors on a red background and my favourite is Chicken Flavour, which you simply snip across the top with a pair of scissors to reveal the rice contained inside. Cooking Instructions : Empty the contents of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/03/10 (Very useful, 126 readings)
I recently found a couple of packets of rice at the back of the cupboard that I had forgotten about, and thought I'd better use them up. They were Bachelors Savoury Chinese Rice, which I reviewed yesterday, and this Bachelors Savoury Chicken Rice. The rice comes in a blue packet and is available from most supermarkets and even some small corner shops. It costs 52 pence for a packet or you can currently choose any four from the range for £2 at Asda. This makes the rice quite a lot cheaper than rivals such as Uncle Ben's Express Rice. To cook the rice you can either add water and boil it then simmer it on the hob for around fifteen to twenty minutes, ... Read the complete review
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