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Chicken Sandwich Schnitzel $1.10 (1/2 Price) @ Woolworths

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Half price, good deal for making Chicken parmigiana, rating 4.2/5.0

Ingredients

RSPCA Chicken Breast (61%), Crumb(Wheat Flour,Sugar, Salt, Yeast, Wheat Gluten, Canola Oil,Colours (100, 160c)), Batter (Water, Wheat Flour,Thickener (1404), Salt, Mineral Salts (450, 500),Vegetable Gums (412, 415)), Marinade (Water,Thickener (1442), Salt, Sugar, MaltodextrinMineral Salts (451, 450, 452), Canola Oil),Predust (Wheat Flour, Wheat Gluten, Wheat Starch,alt), Vegetable Oil (Canola Oil, Cottonseed Oil).This is a formed product.

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    • +9

      Do you mean gruel?

    • +36

      Might want to check those sums again XD

      • +21

        This is what happens when you stop eating meat.

      • -1

        Might want to check those sums again XD

        Not enough iron in the diet affects brain neurons.

    • +2

      Do you even maths bro?
      110% big brain.

  • +10

    These are quite exceptional burger fillings IMO

    • Yeah not too bad

  • why do they have to add random colours….

    • +1

      It's just paprika/turmeric extract.

    • +4

      Check out the jamie oliver chicken nugget episode. Pretty sure that was it. But processed chicken (even rspca) is bleached, ammonia'd after the chicken pieces are smooshed (technical term ;) ) etc and doesn't look the right colour after all the steps, so they fake colour it back.

      Not judging what people eat here! You do you, I'm just trying to answer a question.

      I mean, if I'm having schnitty i'll make my own from breast, or crumb some thigh up or something.

      • +1

        That may well be true but these colours listed here are part of the crumb.

        • Yeah, copy that, didn't look into it tbh, thanks for the info though!

  • +2

    this and mushroom sauce

  • -3

    This is a formed product.

    What does this mean???

    • +13

      Chicken offcuts/scraps ground and shaped to resemble a large piece of meat.

    • +16

      I think it means it's a bit like a chicken nugget… minced chicken bits turned into grey goo, dyed white and pressed into schnitzel shaped…

      delicious.

    • +5

      Contains UHU glue.

      • +1

        Kids stationery sorted early for next year.

      • +1

        I’m more of a clag person myself

    • +3

      Composite chicken

      • Compostable chicken?

    • +1

      It's loveheart shape, the mark of a top quality parma

  • +26

    These are rubbish, heavily processed. Better to just make your own.

    • +11

      problem with making your own is it will cost you more than $1.10 each to source the offal, intestines, offcuts, fillers, necks etc.

      • You omitted beaks and claws …

    • -2

      Not really a bargain considering you need to spend Time effort and money. Also I'm not skillful enough in making one taste good and I admit I'm a bad cook. I get a wife who knows how to cook for a reason

      • +9

        Crumbed chicken isn’t hard.

        Chicken breast
        Panko bread crumbs
        Salt & Pepper
        Flour
        Egg or milk

        Combine bread crumbs, flour & seasoning in a bowl
        Put milk or crack eggs in to a bowl
        Cut chicken breast to desired shape or flatten to desired shape
        Dip chicken in milk/egg first then coat with dry ingredients
        Fry in pan

        • +15

          Pretty close, but here is the usual technique as far as I know.
          "The standard crumbing technique involves first dredging the item with flour, dipping it in egg wash, and then finally coating it with breadcrumbs. This works because the flour sticks to the food, the egg sticks to the flour, and the breadcrumbs stick to the egg."

        • Also try brining the chicken breast for an hour after butterflying - it makes a world of difference! The texture completely changes for the better.

    • -1

      Depends on which ones you get. These ones actually use real chicken. Found that the larger ones are the ones that are heavily processed and taste horrible.

  • +5

    their pub style ones are so good

  • +1

    RSPCA tastes awesome

  • +15

    Fact: these are s*it

    • Spit?

      • +1

        No. They're slit.

        You know, a chicken breast that been slit and then crumbed

    • They are also schnit.

  • -2

    The bulk burger patties are much better than these.

    • +4

      Chicken (36%)

      • -1

        Maybe it’s because your eating less crap including chicken 😂

      • I'd rather have a lower percentage of actual chicken then a high percentage of mush

  • +4

    I purchased these once and the chicken wasn't great at all. Didnt taste nice. I've had their regular sized schnitzels many times times and never had a problem generally taste very nice.

    • +3

      Yea they are pretty horrible

      • -2

        Not a reason to downvote the deal.

        • +3

          Problem with product is a valid reason.

          • @zoob: Taste is subjective though not a problem.

        • Yeah. It seems like personal taste is a good reason to downvote a deal. I have tried it and don’t think it is great but isn’t that bad either.

    • got link to regular?

  • -2

    This is a formed product.

  • +5

    Processed garbage.

    • +2

      Yeah the stuff that john west rejects

  • +2

    I once purchased another brands packaged schnitzels only to realise after getting home they were processed crap - and wrote for a refund which they provided! These don't meet the dictionary definition 'a thin slice of veal or other light meat, coated in breadcrumbs and fried.' - They are in fact not a Schnitzel!!

    • +4

      It's a giant nugget of crap

  • +4

    I went to the deli to buy some of these last time they were this price and asked for ten… they had some packs of ten they get from the wholeseller on the deli counter ready to be placed into the deli.. the server said, here take one of these packs it has the right price on the label and they are already packed… sweet… get through the checkout and notice they chaged me 1.10 for the pack… the sticker on the pack was showing the price for one… so I got charged for one…. :D… 11c each is a deal…
    :)

    • Nice one. Someone didn’t mafs.

  • +1

    I'd spend a few dollars more and grab real pieces of chicken from either the freezer, the meat case of Deli. Or a store that isn't Coles that makes their own.

    Not a neg, but a steer clear of crap

  • +1

    I like them. Quick easy sandwich filling or meal.

  • +5

    Friends don't let friends eat pre-crumbed schnitzel

    • I made the mistake once.

      Now I have a variety of crumbs and seasoning combinations

    • why not???

  • +2

    These are sooo good! if they are the same ones that were on special a couple of weeks ago!

  • +3

    39% bread crumbs. Seriously?! These must taste gross.

    Chicken breast is only $8.50/kg this week. Buy your own chicken and make your own.

    • +2

      Chicken breast is dry.
      A whole rotisserie chicken is only $10, reasonably healthy, and totally delicious.
      Can be easily divided in to 8 or so portions. So much better.

      • +1

        With chicken breast, people have a tendency to over cook it to play it safe. At that point you may as well be eating a dead dried dingo's donga. I find rotisserie chicken bought from most places, with 1 exception, dry in the breast and always disappointing. The exception is Costco.

  • try and say "chicken sandwich schnitzel" 5 times really fast

  • sugar..in a Chicken Sandwich Schnitzel?

    • hahahahahaha gold lol giggles hahahaha

    • +1

      Sweet !!!

  • +1

    Are these processed shit like chicken burgers?

  • +1

    tried these before, half price is still not a bargain

    they really are poor quality

  • +1

    Mmmm chicken cookies

  • +1

    these are the best fresh schnitzels I've found, and such a bargain at half price !

    • So fresh, n so tasty

  • +1

    I've decided to eat more salad and veggies ..

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