McCain Crispy French Fries Reviews
Product Type: McCain Ready Meals
Description:Type: Frozen Food / Long, crispy fries, cut from fresh whole potatoes.
Newest Review: ... McCain logo on the front with a picture of a pile of the French fries. It states that the French fries are prepared with ... more
by - written on 06/07/10 (Very useful, 217 readings)
I have to admit I was a bit dubious when purchasing these. I have purchased a few frozen chips in the past and end up disappointed to find most the chips/wedges contained bruising and need chucking out leaving you with less of the product. Also they dont taste that good. McCain Crispy French Fries were different and at £1.50 I kind of hoped it would be. McCain Crisp French Fries comes in red plastic packaging, with a picture of potatoes, sunflower and French fries. The product weight is 1kg. The actual product is potatoes cut into thin sticks and coated resembling French fries. Looking through the bag I was impressed to find no bruising or bad ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/06/10 (Very useful, 122 readings)
I am not generally a huge fan of frozen chips, however the kids are so I tend to keep a bag in the freezer for when they fancy some. Being kids, they are quite fussy and they don't tend to like actual chips, they prefer french fries. I tend to go for cheapness when shopping, though reluctantly I end up buying the most expensive brand around as this is the kids favourite. That brand is McCain. As said, I don't tend to eat frozen chips myself, but now and again I find myself nicking a few before the kids get to them and I have to admit out of all the brands we have tried, these do seem to be the best. McCain is obviously a tried and trusted brand ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/02/10 (Very useful, 49 readings)
McCain Crispy French Fries cost £1.66 in Tesco for a 1kg bag. They're often on offer for £1 a bag so keep your eyes peeled if you're hoping to try them on a budget. Country Store Golden Fries (a Tesco 'budget brand') cost only 79p for a 1kg bag, so of course these considerably more expensive McCain's ones won't be for everyone. These are frozen chips, so as you'd expect you have to put these on an oven tray, and pop them in the oven for around 15 minutes. I find that these really do need turning half way through the cooking process, as they can quickly become uneven in texture if you don't. Once cooked, these don't retain much heat for very long ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/09/12 (Very useful, 109 readings)
Although I like to make my own meals from scratch and eat as healthy as possible there are some occasions when the need for quick easy comfort food is required. Therefore I always try and keep some easy to cook items in my freezer and one of these is French fries as they are so versatile and can be eaten on their own or go with a variety of other items to make a meal. The last purchase of French fries that I made was from Iceland and was the McCain crispy French fries which were on offer at just £1.00 for a 750g bag. The French fries come packaged in a red plastic wrapper which has a sunrise scene picture in the background with a large McCain logo on the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/02/09 (Very useful, 192 readings)
McCain Crispy French Fries ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ McCain crispy french fries are the tasty alternative to deep fried chips. They are thin, long, cut from fresh potato and coated and as the name suggests very crispy when cooked. McCain fries contain no arteficial colours or flavours and no hydrogenated fats. They are quick and easy to prepare and are so much better for you than regular fries. Ingredients: ~~~~~~~~ Potatoes, sunflower oil, batter, flour, modified starch, rice flour, salt, corn starch, natural colours. *contains wheat. Nutritional Information: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ (per 100g) 270 ... Read the complete review
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