Schwartz Chargrilled Chicken Pasta Reviews
Product Type: Schwartz Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Schwartz / Type: Chicken
Newest Review: ... long shelf life. It takes up no room in your cupboard, so is easily stored. On opening the product you are immediately hit ... more
by - written on 09/03/10 (Very useful, 114 readings)
Schwartz Chargrilled Pasta recipe mix, I got this recently from the local supermarket where it was selling for 2 for £1, they usually retail around the 80p mark per sachet of 35g. I find these very versatile for a quick fix recipe and so easy to use. The recipe mix comes in a sachet which is waterproof and has a long shelf life. It takes up no room in your cupboard, so is easily stored. On opening the product you are immediately hit by the aroma of a tomato based spice mix. It has a garlic and herb base with a grilled flavour. Just put the chicken, onion, peppers, and mix in a flying pan with the sauce mix, a tin of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/08/08 (Very useful, 236 readings)
Schwartz History The Schwartz brand was established in 1841 by William Schwartz, the son of a German immigrant, in Halifax, Canada. William E. Schwartz, the son of the founder, was the first person in Canada to sell pure spices. Formerly only compound spices were sold such as ginger mixed with cornmeal or flour. Chargrilled Chicken Pasta Now I'd had this in the cupboard for a good few months and it wasn't until I'd had enough of the same old meals that I came across it. I was searching through all the jars and sachets looking for inspiration and wondered how on earth it managed to stay hidden for so long. So, I decided to give it a ... Read the complete review
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