Grassington's Chicken Style Fillets Reviews
Product Type: Grassington's Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Grassington's / Type: Vegetarians
Newest Review: ... style fillets are part of the Grassingtons Gardein range and are made out of a "unique and nourishing blend of farm ... more
by - written on 17/11/09 (Very useful, 141 readings)
I'm always on the look out for healthy foods to have as an evening meal as my other half is partial to chips, onion rings etc. Unfortunately unlike him I do have a body that puts on weight so want to have something tasty but healthy for tea. Also I am currently pregnant and there are foods that I can't eat or need to be cooked in a certain way. I spotted these on offer for £1 in Farmfoods but the Grassingtons website does say that they can be bought from Asda or Morrisons where I would expect you would pay slightly more (did try to look in Asda but I couldn't find them). These chicken style fillets are part of the Grassingtons Gardein range and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/05/09 (Very useful, 70 readings)
This is a review of the Grassington's chicken style fillets in a tomato and herb marinade. I bought mine in Morrison's but I've heard that Asda also sell them. You get two in a box and, if I'm remembering correctly, they cost just under £2. They're suitable for vegetarians and vegans. They contain 137 calories per fillet. You can bake these in the oven, fry them, grill them or whack 'em in the microwave. I cooked my first fillet in the microwave, exactly as the instructions suggested and it tasted terrible. I tried cooking the second one in the oven and it turned out exactly the same! When cooking the fillet gave off a tomato-y ... Read the complete review
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