Good ol deals, half price seen in the past few weeks, seem to have mixed reviews, maybe worth the purchase?
Coupla kievs and a doi-voi-doi from the video ezy box that's how ya treat yaself.
Doi voi doi ya chuck it on the toi voi an away ya go
May contain traces of chicken
Can't get enough of these. Couple tomatoes, bag of greens, tin of beetroot and dinner is sorted.
Yes, some greens to make a garden salad, boil some pasta, easy meal
Just these and chips.
need some diversity of colour in your diet
@ltwo: That's what the plate is for.
@pennypincher98: you eat the plate!?
@ltwo: You can get biodegradable edible plates, but I prefer the crunch of plastic and it comes in fun colours too.
@pennypincher98: Melamine is awesome.
High in nitrogen too!
Chicken Kevins, yummo, dinner sorted
My local has link greyed out but ham & cheese kiev available at $1.30. Better anyway like cordon bleu.
First I thought you were talking about the chicken.
Under 2 tonnes of pressure to make a beautiful Kiev shape.
Looks like it
a little low level radiation never killed anyone
It only kills chickens
Good for $1.30, wouldn’t pay any more. They are Kind of like a big chicken nugget with garlic sauce in the middle.
I heard a tip a woolworths employee telling a woman :
Just place a slice of bread under the kiev while baking .. so that the juices are absorbed by the bread and the kiev is cooked without any mess ..
so you get a kiev and a slice of garlic bread without the mess of cleaning it up later .. 3 birds with one shot .
oh my god thank you. Just moved out and cleaning the airfryer all the time is a hassle
Myth #279- Reality is dry burnt bread with a soggy Kevin.
hey tunzafun001, maybe keeping the bread for a short time until the liquids are absorbed and then removing it would do the trick .. i am not sure .. as i told in my comment i only overheard it .. not my tip .. credit to the woolworths employee
Or you could use baking paper.
baking paper would crumble in the airfryer and also it wouldnt absorb the liquids either leaking it to the bottom when overflowed or staying there and getting the kievs soggy if its not much .. :)
@iamprabhath: It never crumbles in a fan forced oven which is basically a larger version of an air fryer.
You know what, you win Ozbargain for the day. Now I don't even need to have the hassle of cooking anything with my Kiev. Garlic bread and Kiev is going to be my diet for the next week.
Great idea! I cook these with Birds Eye Mediterranean mix in a glass baking dish, easy cleanup and the juices/leaked garlic butter etc go through the veg. Extra flavour.
How do you stop the liquid from leaking during cooking?
Preheat the oven to 0°C for 20-22 minutes and serve.
This is true, they always leak
slice of bread underneath they say
Just put a slice of bread beneath it, and you end up with a free garlic bread in the process.
Vertical in the air frier with a small stab in the top, don't cook it like (profanity) and it won't burst out the top. Also some have holes already so find them and put that as far up.
Preheat air fryer @ 180 deg for 5 mins.
For fridge kievs cook @ 180 deg for 12-15 mins (Any brand will fall within this range but have to be fine-tuned to the minute. Trial and error is your friend).
For frozen kievs cook @ 180 deg for 20 mins.
When I do this I don't get any leaks. I place them horizontally too.
These are so awesome. Woolworths Emerton had these for $0.55 cents! Heart almost clogged cause I had too much :)
I believe its actually illigal in some states to not cook these in an airfryer..
Bought a bunch last night, but $1.30 is "ok" special, nothing super. When you can get the pre-packaged 4-pack or your local is clearing them for 0.50c-$1 each then that's when you buy up! (eat or freeze).
If you're lucky the attendant puts it in wrong and you get multiple for the price of 1 =D
The ones I've got around my area always taste/cut like rubber. Used to love these but taste has turned me off :(
lol im a process worker, i manufacture this at my workplace….will stock up
That's confidence inspiring ! … as I read "im a process worker", I was expecting to read "we make these with what we sweep up off the floor", or the likes, lol
Inghams or Baida?
These are the best supermarket ones but are rarely on sale-
The 3 major supermarkets sell these version of these which are similar which are better, I don't like the ones in the deli as its chicken loaf.
Those are both pretty expensive for what you get $/kg wise - you might as well just go to the butcher (if one is available of course) and get a proper Kiev.
We used to get proper Kievs at woolies years ago, with the little leg bone and all. So good. No idea who would sell them now, no frozen Ingams type ones are great.
The Ingham free range ones are amazing. I bought about 10 boxes when they went half price long ago. I see the standard price has gone up now too. The homebrand one's are made by Ingham as well.
and how's Ingham making money if people buy the honebrand… Maybe they botch the percentage of chicken.
Just got some from Hendra QLD Woolies in Brisbane so not sure why it says exclude QLD
Why noone like western Australia? is the manufacturing plant to far for wa, but that still doesn't explain Queensland.
Not that it matters in either state, just curiousity.
Haven't try this so I should give it ago.
I always have these with a potato bake made with cheese, garlic and sour cream with peas on the side. Yum.
This isn't active at all Woolies in NSW.
Just tried to buy at Woolies at Mascot station, still full price even after showing the online price.