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    Tesco Rotisserie Chicken

    Hi all, can anybody tell me if the cooked hot Tesco rotisserie chicken is free on EE, please?

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    I couldn't find Tesco's specifically, but in the basic foods section rotisserie chicken is 4.5 syns per 100g. The supermarkets put a sugary glaze on them to make them brown nicely, I expect that's why.

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    Asda don't put a glaze on theirs, I thought the syns were if you ate it as sold i.e. with the skin on.

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    Theres always been confusion with this. But we were told in class recently that the rotisserie chickens are free as long as you dont eat the skin

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    Yes I've always been led to believe that all pre-cooked chicken is free as long as you remove the skin

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    They used to be pumped with oil to make them more succulent (seemingly) so weren't free. However I think that practice has changed and they are free now provides you don't eat the skin x





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