Iceland Peking Duck With Rice Ready Meal Reviews
Product Type: Iceland Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Iceland / Type: Rice
Newest Review: ... duck for it to feature on every fork-full and even though it was a budget meal I didn't feel that Iceland had skimped on ... more
by - written on 28/10/11 (Very useful, 86 readings)
Today, after finding myself in a different area of town to the ones I usually frequent I discovered an Iceland store and decided to pay it a visit out of pure convenience. I needed to pick up a few household essentials before I headed home but I was also hungry for lunch and to save myself the cooking I thought I'd pick up a ready meal from their extensive range. I'm not a huge fan of ready meal per se as I get so much satisfaction from cooking from fresh, but I have partaken before with mixed results. I really enjoy Chinese food as a rule and when I'm not preparing a meal for myself I usually pick something I wouldn't necessarily create at home. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/08/10 (Very useful, 198 readings)
---Intro--- It's really depressing coming home from work and not having dinner waiting for me on the table, but such is life and as my friend tells me "nothing stays still". Not to fear, as one chapter of my life ends, a new one begins, and this one is going to involve a number of ready meals for one, and having to review them in order to purchase more ready meals for one. On my quest to get prepared for my new life I took the plunge and visited Iceland (the shop), and I thought I'd test the water so-to-speak with some of their microwave dinners, and the 'Duck in Peking Sauce' grabbed me straight away as I love duck, and it's not something I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/05/10 (Very useful, 41 readings)
I hadn't been in Iceland in years until one recently opened locally to me. I bought a couple of the £1 meals to try them out, one of which was the Duck in Peking Sauce. It takes longer to do than many ready meals as you have to start the meat on its own, then put the rice with it and continue heating both products together. I do it in the microwave, and I find that the rice comes up nice and fluffy. Having had this twice, I've found there to be a bit too much rice for me so I usually don't put all of it in my dish, but I find there to be enough duck, chestnuts and other vegetables for me not to feel I lose out by doing that. The sauce isn't thin and cheap - it's full of . Read the complete review
by - written on 13/01/10 (Very useful, 53 readings)
I brought this Peking Duck meal from Iceland just before Xmas to keep in the freezer for when I want something quick and tasty. Dooyoo have got the wrong picture up but the Peking Duck box is very similar and is from the same Oriental section of the shop. It only cost £1.00 so I wasn't expecting THAT much from the meal but to be honest it's quite tasty and deffo a lot better than most of the Iceland ready meals! lol The problem is that there's hardly and duck in it, and the meal looked tiny on my plate. It's literally gone in 10 fork fulls and didn't fill me up at all even though I'd had a bread roll with mine..... I was still starving after ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/09/09, updated on 08/09/09 (Very useful, 126 readings)
I bought the Peking duck with rice ready meal from Iceland for lunch to share with my son as a quick ready meal. The picture on the box seemed appetising and for only £1for a 450g pack I thought it would be worth trying. It does have the words big value pack on a bold yellow strip and the also states no hydrogenated fats, no artificial colours or flavours and no GM ingredients. Nutritional information Each pack contains 414 calories and 4.3 g of fat which I didn't think was too bad. Allergy advice: contains gluten and Soya. It has also been produced in an area that uses coconut, nuts and sesame Upon opening the box there ... Read the complete review
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