Product life guaranteed for 4 days excluding delivery day, with an average of 7 days.
Keep refrigerated below 4°C. Once opened keep refrigerated and consume within 24 hours. Do not exceed use by date. Suitable for home freezing. Freeze on day of purchase and use within 1 month. Once thawed do not refreeze.
Tray & Heat Sealed
Full Product Name: Fresh Class A corn fed free range skinless breast fillets.
Storage: Keep refrigerated below 4°C. Once opened keep refrigerated and consume within 24 hours. Do not exceed use by date. Suitable for home freezing. Freeze on day of purchase and use within 1 month. Once thawed do not refreeze.
Safety Warning: Warning Although every care has been taken to remove all bones, some may remain.
Safety Do not wash poultry before cooking. Store raw meat covered at the bottom of the fridge. Use separate kitchen utensils and surfaces for raw poultry and cooked foods or wash them thoroughly in between use. Wash hands after handling raw meat and poultry. Unwrap and dispose of packaging carefully.
Usage: 2 Servings
Additional Information: Chicken Breast Fillets
Packaged in a protective atmosphere.
Wm Morrison Supermarkets PLC, Gain Lane, Bradford, BD3 7DL.
*Reference Intake of an average adult (8400kJ/2000kcal) (RI)
Contains 2 portions
Oven cook - From Chilled. Cooking appliances vary. These instructions are given as a guide. Please ensure that the product is piping hot throughout before serving. Ensure product is thoroughly cooked and that juices run clear and that no pink colour remains. If product is frozen, defrost thoroughly and cook as chilled. Pre-heat your oven to 220°C/425°F/Gas Mark 7. Remove all packaging and wrap loosely in foil. Place on a baking tray in the centre of the oven and cook for 25-30 minutes. Serve and enjoy.
Always prefer to eat free range chicken but the quality of these packs is very up & down. Sometimes lovely but sometimes rather tough. Weve gone back to the regular chicken breasts for the time being as just not worth the extra pennies.
Chewy, tough, stringy and tasteless. So bad that it prompted me to do some internet research. Fast grown chicken for maximum profit seems to be the problem. Opinion says free range seems to be worse when "bulked up" in this way because of the added muscle development.
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