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Tesco Rotisserie Chicken

Discussion in 'Syn Values' started by meadowbankles, 23 June 2014 Social URL.

  1. meadowbankles

    meadowbankles Silver Member

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

    WannabeThinna Full Member

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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.
     
  4. Spaniel2

    Spaniel2 Member

    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.
     
  5. jen3

    jen3 Silver Member

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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
     
  6. Squares76

    Squares76 Full Member

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

    burstingattheseams Full Member

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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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