Strange as I got told that so long as I remove the skin or syn the skin then it was free but I suppose it depends on what they use to make them so crispy and brown. I don't mind as it's my once a week treat as I love chicken and have some every Saturday but I can't eat a whole half.
I don't buy ready made chicken but do make roast chicken at home, and taking the skin off is something I never do. It's the best part!
That is one thing I am naughty about, as I don't syn it either. I don't have it that often and I have never put on on the weeks that I've had it so I will continue!
I have spoken to our Food Safety team who have confirmed that these chickens are not injected or basted with fats or oils before cooking.
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hi, i wanted to enquire about the rotisserie chickens that are cooked in store. are these basted/injected with any fats/oils before cooking? the reason i ask is that i am on a diet which allows me to eat un-limited quantities of lean meats or roast meats cooked without fat. there are so many forums online that discuss this matter but if you could clarify it would be a huge help. many thanks
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i just posted an email plus reply that i sent to morrisons as i wanted to be really sure lol! i live round the corner from a morrisons and it is so handy sometimes to buy a roast chicken from there. it took them a few weeks but they have eventually replied to my email! hope it helps, although obviously it only applies to morrisons