£1.0083.3p per kg
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FrozenSuitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||(oven cooked) per 100g||(oven cooked) per portion (approx. 118g)||per portion (approx. 118g) %RI||your RI*|
|of which saturates||0.7g||0.9g||4%||20g|
|of which sugars||0.3g||0.4g||<1%||90g|
|*Reference intake of an average adult (8400kJ/2000kcal) (RI)|
|Contains approximately 10 portions|
Ensure fryer is never more than one third full and do not leave unattended.; Deep Fry - From Frozen. 3-5 min
Pre-heat the oil to 175°C (350°F). Shake halfway through. Drain on absorbent paper before serving.; Oven cook - From Frozen. 220°C, 425°F, Gas 7, 15-20 min
Pre-heat your oven as shown. Place frozen steak cut chips in a single layer on a baking tray and cook in the centre of the oven, turning halfway through cooking time.
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (30)
I dont review many things .. these are terrible for the price, very dry and bland
Steak cut are my favourite. These are no good. They're very thin, basically flat, and they cook really unevenly.
I will admit that they are not as tasty as a certain brand name but they're not awful either. I'd say the taste is OK as I always add salt, pepper and ketchup of some kind anyway. Wastage-wise I throw out far few chips than the brand name ones. Size wise there is a bit of a consistency issue but it's not a real issue.
why add the dextrose.
I have bought these in the past a few years ago. They were great. Can't buy them or any other since they started adding extra sugars to the ingredients. Only crinkle cut left without the dextrose.
Greasy coating and horrible flavour.
Worst chips ever from a Shop.
These I thought were very good value until I realised that because the vast majority iof chips are more like fragments or splinters, when oven cooking you find that some will cook easily but 3/4 will burn as there is too vast a difference in chip size, or you remove half of the chips and you end with less than half a proper bag. Not good enough. Very dissatisfying.