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foxylady

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Well used 2 packs of the Med version on Sun and it was judged to be great. Put 2 chicken breasts(really large ones) with lots of veg in each bag and that was it, easy peasy ,served with lots of new potatoes dug up that morning. Everyone loved the taste and I will make it again. So little to do on sun morning I made a fresh cherry pie for afters + BIG cheat we had a M & S passion fruit/orange meringue pie (recommended), everything demolished! foxy x

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Dottie May

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At last I've tracked it down in a large Tesco Store. I've got two quite large chicken breasts in the freezer - reading your earlier comments about portion size, would the mix in a packet be too much for two chicken breasts or should I just use half of it?

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Yummy

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I think use the whole packet Dot, if there is a little too much juice for you then you can always freeze in a little pot and use later.....although it is so delish that I am sure you will east it up !

Which one did you get ?

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foxylady

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Agree, use whole packet for 2 chicken breasts. I've used it twice now, adding chopped onions and extra garlic to the mix,(Med) scrumptious, lots of sauce for mopping up with crusty bread. foxy x

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Liz from Cumbria

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Had this tonight and this one was much better, I did baby new potatoes separately although I actually think that these ones would have been fine in the bag with the courgettes, peppers tomatoes etc. I added some mushrooms too and I definitely liked this better than the rustic chicken one. Would agree though that a packet would only feed 2, especially with their suggested veg quantities.

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Champagne Queen

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Whilst I love the Mediterranean one, the paprika S&S is also very scrummy. I have also seen one for fish in Tesco - might try that with some salmon fillets.. :)

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craig giddings

so juicy

hello just seen your post about maggy so juicy I wouldn't bother me and my wife tried it and all you could taste was pure salt. I will defiantly not be buying this product again

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Yummy

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When my sister "popped" over last week she brought me S&S for Sticky Spare Ribs, we tried that and it was really very good, I usually make my own marinade but this was great for a quick fix meal.

She also brought me the Maggi "Oh So Juicy"
Sweet & Sour for chicken, which we haven't tried yet but will post back when we do.

I have plenty of time to make marinades, for meats etc. but for those who are short of time I think they are a great product, and tasty.

 
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