Consumer Review
Skinless, Boneless Chicken Breasts

FOOD REVIEW - Kirkwood Chicken Breasts (see below to add your own review)
Rating (10=excellent, 1=better look elsewhere) 10
Pros individually frozen; take out as few or as many as you want
Cons none
Features 48 oz. (3 lbs.); resealable plastic bag
Bottom Line Great everyday price; even better when they offer a "new ower price (sort of like Walmart's price rollbacks).
Special Buy? No
Price Paid $5.49 (4/21/11); $5.99 (11/20/10 & 10/21/10; $4.99 (9/28/10 & 9/19/10)
ALDI-love Review Large meaty pieces. In fact, so large that to cook faster and more evenly, I pound the thawed pieces with a mallet to flatten, then cut in half using kitchen shears.

For Easter, I made Chicken Parmesan Cutlets. I yielded about 18 cutlets from two bags. And since I was serving two different meats, the sizes were perect.

There is a very small amount of skin and fat around the edges of most pieces. I think that add a little flavor.

The resealable bag means that you can thaw only one piece, if desired.

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10- Better Quality and Better Prices Than Competitor 
I purchased these Chicken Breasts for $5.24 at the Indianapolis Aldi's store on 6/25/2011 and they are great. The product is always in stock and I usually …

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