McCain Rustic Oven Chips Skin On Reviews
Product Type: McCain Ready Meals
Newest Review: ... potato smiles and wedges all in different flavours. ~Price & Availability~ McCain's Rustic oven chips are available to ... more
by - written on 02/03/10 (Very useful, 160 readings)
When you have a toddler a bag of frozen chips is always required in the freezer for the days when you need some thing quick to throw in the oven .As McCain's Rustic oven chips with the skins on were on offer at £1.69 at Morrison's for a 2kg bag I decided to give these a try for a change. The chips come in the usual chip bag with a picture of the cooked results on the front. Nutritional information. On this occasion I will list all the ingredients which are potatoes and sunflower oil. McCain also claim that it is made with only British potatoes. It advertises on the pack these are vegetarian, gluten free, cholesterol free. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/02/10 (Very useful, 61 readings)
I brought a bag of these Rustic Oven Chips in Morrisons the other day because they're on offer where you can get a big bag for £1.69. We usually get Mccain because even though none of us eat frozen chips much you know you can always get a nice butty out of their chips. I cooked some last night and was majorly surprised at how fat the chips are, the skins don't look very different in colour from the potato but the size of them put be off even before I'd put them in the oven. They only have to be cooked for 19 mins and it shocked me that they were done good in that time because of how fat they are. When they're done they don't smell much of chips ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/05/12 (Very useful, 71 readings)
I bought a bag of McCains Rustic Oven Chips solely because they were the only chips my Sainsbury's Local had in stock when I wanted them. They were available for a special offer price of £1 for the 1 kilo bag which normally sells there for £1.50. I didn't even notice the "rustic" part on the label until I got home! This means that the chips have some of the potato skin left on. I would still have bought them anyway, as I often leave the skins on when I make my own chips, for a bit extra flavour and maybe fibre too. These particular chips are frozen, and so come in the usual plastic bag. This packet doesn't re-seal after use, so if you don't want to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/03/13 (Very useful, 68 readings)
Fish and chips, pie and chips, Steak and chips, cheesey chips, chips and curry sauce....the list of combinations is endless! Chips are generally a staple, convenience food in most households, however I am not a fan of greasy, dripping in fat chips that scream heart attack so I always opt for some form of 'healthier' chips when buying some for tea. Which is when I spotted these Mccain Rustic oven chips, which appealed to me because they were advertised as having only 3 % fat and their skins left on - Like potato wedges perhaps? Which happen to my favourite from of potato! ~McCain~ McCain's first opened on February 23rd 1957 and is one of the most well ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/03/10 (Very useful, 111 readings)
McCain's Rustic Oven Chips are one of the latest offerings on the frozen chip market, the difference between these and other branded frozen chips is that they still have their skins on. A 1Kg bag normally retails at £1.35 making them mid range as far as the price goes. These chips are the chunkiest oven chips I have ever seen, they are chips for people who like their chips to be chunky. Not every chip has skin on, the ones cut from the centre of the potato are skinless. Cooking them is easy, simply bung them into a very hot oven for 16 to 19 minutes and they are ready. When the chips were cooked they were a nice uniform golden brown colour but the ... Read the complete review
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