Mattessons Fridge Raiders Southern Fried Chicken Bites Reviews
Product Type: Mattessons Snacks
Description:Brand: Mattessons / Type: Snack
Newest Review: ... and 6.5g of fat which is better than a packet of crisps or a chocolate bar. I find them to be more filling and tastier than ... more
by - written on 02/07/10 (Very useful, 82 readings)
I grabbed these from my local One Stop earlier this week as I was looking for a quick snack, and after looking through the crisps I fancied something a bit different. I noticed Mattessons Fridge Raiders in the fridge section, they also had Roast Chicken flavour but I picked up this bag of Southern Fried Chicken Bites as I am a big fan of pretty much anything with southern fried flavourings. At just under £1 (about 97p), they're a little more expensive than crisps but not that much and I thought that as this product was chicken bites it would fill me up alot more. These come in a foil ractangular packet, pretty similar to a bag of crisps, the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/03/10, updated on 17/03/10 (Very useful, 28 readings)
I love snacky foods so when I spotted these in a service station hat I stopped off at I couldn't wait to try these when I saw them and at 96p a packet (available in a variety of flavours and in supermarkets and places etc) I couldn't wait to give them a whirl as I'd never seen them till I purchased them and intrigued I was lol! The Packaging: Royal blue and cream coloured foil sealed, oblong bag. On the front I'm told that they are Mattessons Fridge Raiders, 'Bites', Southern Fried Chicken 'Made with 100% chicken breast' and that they are ready to eat. On the rest of the bag other information given includes being told a bit about the product, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/12/09 (Very useful, 23 readings)
When you are constantly on the go it can be difficult to find a quick snack that isn't crisps or sweets, so when I saw this on the shelf of my local Tesco's Extra I decided to try them. I'd usually be quite apprehensive about cooked chicken that is contained in a bag, but I decided to give these a try and they didn't disappoint. I would usually associate "southern fried chicken" with grease, but this product was the opposite. Although the chicken was moist it certainly didn't contain grease of feel fatty. Each 65g contains 119 calories and 6.5 grams of fat, which is less than your average packet of crisps and these are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/12/09 (Very useful, 42 readings)
Fridge Raiders have been on special offer in Morrisons, the individual bags are half price so are costing about 26p at the minute which is a bargain for a nice unusual snack like this. The only thing that ALWAYS bugs me about these Fridge Raiders is that the bag is quite big but you don't get many pieces of chicken in there and the bag could easily be half the size!!! Rip off Britain!!! Fridge Raiders are pieces of chicken breast that look like the Chicken Satay you can buy off the deli in Sainsburys, it's 100% chicken breast so you haven't got to stress that this is one of those manky products like some chicken nuggets that contain only 30% ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/12/09, updated on 19/01/10 (Very useful, 54 readings)
As my lunch usually consists of assorted snack items I decided to purchase these bites when I saw them in the chilled section at my local supermarket for a mere 97p. The packaging is very bright and colourul as it is on all Mattesons products and I decided to go for Southern Fried. There are also other flavours available including Roast, Hot and Spciy, Barbecue and Tikka. For chicken that is southern fried I was impressed with 100g containing 184 cals and as someone who watches what she eats I thought wow, I can have one of my favourite foods here and still button my jeans!I was also impressed with the sugar content. Here is the more detailed ... Read the complete review
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