wish boring try hards like you would just die. no one cares to live like you.
inb4 fat, its just stuck up retards like you pretending if you're not doing everything spic and span you're doing it wrong.
Two pounds for five dollars.
Easily the better deal.
I work for the Australian branch. Don't buy them - most of the time we cool them and leave them in their PHU pans for hours and then give them to u. Sometimes if I feel like it I'll put in an extra nugget to spite my boss. But currently we aren't serving that deal in Australian branches anymore. We got a shitty rip off of six for five bucks just because they're tender bites. It ain't worth it and the customers know it. But I still have to encourage them to buy it.
Yeah cause having a space program is what determines if your a world power.
It has absolutely nothing to do with economic importance resources or military power
That's why America is on top we went to the moon and now all the other countries are like fuck we can't compete with America their too powerful dem niggaz went to da moon
>are like fuck we can't compete with America their too powerful dem niggaz went to da moon
Who wants to start on this particular literary gem?
Many US locations are not promoting it. My local has a sign on the menu that says 10 for $3.49, If you ask specifically and mention the tv spot, they will honor $1.49, but by default, they are charging $2 more.
Taste like shit compared to pic related
5 pounds for 11$
I dont usually eat frozen food like this, but was at Costco and ate one they had out for samples.
Pretty fucking tasty for being freezer junk.
What makes you think it's a good deal? $1.50 might not be very much money on an absolute scale but consider what you are getting for it: a little bit of shitty chicken meat plus a bunch of breading & binders. That's a shitty deal.
/r/ pics of the nutrition label, plx, kthx.
Not worried about the nutrition, but seeing the serving size and servings per package will give me an idea of its actual worth.
Usually, I just make simple pakora batter, dip floured, nugget-cut chicken thighs in it and dump the nuggets-to-be into hot oil to fry to deliciousness.
Thighs are 49¢/lb when on sale, yield about 55% meat-portion (IE 1lb, 13oz of whole, bone-in/skin-on thighs will yield 1lb of boneless, skinless, fat-trimmed thigh meat at a cost of around 89¢/lb) and are .likely tastier to boot.
Of course, if you like your nuggets as a more heavily processed foodstuff, you can blitz the boneless meat with egg whites, chicken-flavoured stock powder and corn starch, pour the slurry into molds or something and freeze before removing, flouring, battering and flash-frying (to keep the batter in place) then, finally, re-freezing for future use.
>can't find frozen nuggers with tempura batter