Sainsbury's Party Chicken Yakitori Skewers Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Snacks
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Snacks
Newest Review: ... a skewer marinated in what looked like a rich barbecue sauce. You just took them from the packet and put them on a tray as ... more
by - written on 05/01/09 (Very useful, 107 readings)
I picked up some of these when they were on Sainsburys '3 party foods for £5' offer just before Christmas 2008 as I wanted some quick and easy food to do for a Christmas day evening buffet. Normally they are £2 for a pack of 10. One the packet, they looked gorgeous! Chicken on a skewer marinated in what looked like a rich barbecue sauce. You just took them from the packet and put them on a tray as they were designed to be cooked from frozen and it said that they took just 14 minutes. I cooked them for a bit longer as they were at the bottom of my oven as I was cooking lots of bits and pieces so I think they were in for about 16 minutes. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/01/09 (Very useful, 129 readings)
While choosing some party food from Sainsbury's recently I saw some delicious looking Chicken Yakitori Skewers which looked saucy and rich on the packaging, they were frozen so I picked up a couple of boxes for the New Year celebration I am having with my granddaughters'. They are frozen and take just 14 minutes to cook on Gas Mark 6. Well, they are supposed to take 14 minutes but I left mine in for over 20 minutes and they still didn't feel like they were cooked properly. The skewers and outside of the chicken was beginning to burn but the meat inside felt a little slimy and had a strange texture to it. In each pack I bought there were 10 ... Read the complete review
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