Original Microwave Fries To Go Reviews
Product Type: McCain Ready Meals
Description:Brand: McCain / Type: Frozen Food
Newest Review: ... store them. The other side gives you contact numbers and addresses. ~Taste~ As the company claim, these fries are quite ... more
by - written on 20/07/10 (Very useful, 135 readings)
I really like the taste and size of the chips you get from traditional fish and chip shops but I also like the French fry style you can purchase from several fast food outlets. From Tesco several times I have bought Fries to Go which are as the name suggest French fries similar to what you would find in KFC or McDonalds which you can microwave at home. They are great to eat with burgers, fish fingers or other items like these to make up a complete meal or as I often do put them on a plate add some salt and eat them with ketchup by themselves as a snack. You buy them as a pack of three, each box containing 90g of fries which is a good size serving especially ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/01/10 (Very useful, 71 readings)
Although nothing beats Chips from a Takeaway, or perhaps cooking a pile of Chips in the oven or Fryer, sometimes just for a quick fix some Microwave Chips does quite nicely. Fair enough to get a decent amount of Chips I feel you have to cook about 6 boxes as you don't get much, but these are quick and convenient. There is 2 brand out there for the Microwave Chip awards and they are slightly different. You have McCains Microchips and these ones which are called Fries to go. You only get these in a 3 box multipack and the cost approx £1.50. There never seems to be any kind of offer on these, well not to my knowledge anyway. These are frozen and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/07/09 (Very useful, 223 readings)
Whilst food shopping last week, I was looking in the freezer section for some chips when I saw these Fries To Go. I have seen them for ages and kept thinking "I'll get some of those to try next week" and never got around to it, so last week I thought I'd get some to try in a chip butty for my dinner that day- obviously I would be the official taste tester of the family (just an excuse for chips for dinner Lol) So what are they?~ Fries to go are exactly as the name implies- a home made 'fast food'. They promise a lot- tasty microwaveable crispy fries..but do they live up to their own hype? How to cook~ The fries come in a small ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/05/09 (Very useful, 189 readings)
When hubby & youngest daughter arrived home from Sainsbury's today I was pleased to see they'd bought a box of Fries To Go. However, I was horrified to see the price on the till receipt - £1.49. To be fair neither of them yet have the knack of snapping up offers & there's no way I'd have paid this much as I've seen them on offer sometimes & bought them as a treat. The cellophane wrapper keeps all 3 boxes together (rather like a Kellogg's Variety Pack) & each individual box contains 24 chips - how do I know? - well each chip comes in it's own section of the box, nestled in a compartment which has reflective card. My maths (please ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/10/08 (Very useful, 102 readings)
Well as this is a chip review you can guess whose favourite these are, yes you've guessed it my kids absolutely adore these so who am I to refuse! Actually they like them so much it is now classed as one of those bribery tools to get them to behave! The product I will now review is "Original fries to go". I hadn't heard of these chips until my mother brought them from Asda one day. My mum used to be my main childcare for my daughter and for a short time my son, so she was always trying to get them fed and watered before she had to go to work and also to save me a job when I had finished an 8 hour shift, my mums always been ... Read the complete review
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