Recently, my wonderful Father brought over a package of Perdue Chicken Breast Cutlets for me to eat. It was the first time I had seen these fully – cooked chicken cutlets and now I’m very glad that I had the opportunity to try them. Perdue Chicken Breast Cutlets are expertly – breaded and ready to use, straight from the package.
These cutlets are ideal for use in dishes such as Chicken Parmigiana and Chicken Cordon Bleu and they also taste great plain, or topped with gravy. Made with white meat only, these chicken cutlets contain no fillers and are not at all mushy.
I am so impressed with these delicious chicken cutlets, that I have decided to write a product review of them. Presented here, in an effort to assist the consumer, is one food writer’s product review of Perdue Chicken Breast Cutlets.
The net weight of the standard – sized, four – cutlet package of Perdue Chicken Breast Cutlets is 12 ounces (340 grams). Each cutlet is determined to be one serving and for most people, I think that one cutlet, along with a side dish or two, would be sufficient to satisfy their appetite. In physical size, each cutlet measures approximately 4 inches by 3.25 inches. The package of four chicken breast cutlets is fairly large and flat and it measures roughly 10 inches by 8 inches.
The regular retail price charged for one 12 ounce package of Perdue Chicken Breast Cutlets at Hartford, Connecticut area supermarkets is approximately $3.99. I think that this price is quite reasonable, considering the size, great flavor and overall high quality of the cutlets.
The texture of Perdue Chicken Breast Cutlets is about as close to fresh chicken breast cutlets that you will find, as a fully – cooked packaged product. These cutlets are already breaded, with just the right amount of breading and the chicken meat in the cutlets features the fresh and fairly – moist, unmistakeable texture of real chicken, not chicken by – products or chicken mystery meat. The appealing texture of these chicken cutlets makes them a pleasure to eat in a sandwich, or as part of a dinner.
Perdue Chicken Breast Cutlets contain 200 calories, with 120 calories from fat, per one cutlet serving. These delicious chicken cutlets also contain 2.5 grams of saturated fat, 0 grams trans fat, 13 grams total fat, 45 mg of cholesterol, 450 mg of sodium, 13 grams total carbohydrates, 0 grams of dietary fiber, 0 grams of sugars and 10 grams of protein, per one cutlet serving.
Taste / Flavor
Through the years, I have eaten many different brands of chicken cutlets. To me, Perdue Chicken Breast Cutlets seem to offer more of a real, fresh – chicken flavor than any other brand I have eaten, with the exception of Weaver breaded chicken. I have long felt that Weaver produces the best frozen chicken products, but after eating these cutlets, I would say that they are just as good as the Weaver products.
The breading on Perdue Chicken Breast Cutlets is gently – seasoned and does not over – power the flavor of the chicken. When you bite into one of these cutlets, it tastes very similar to a restaurant – style cutlet, such as the ones used in chicken parmigiana at many restaurants. These cutlets can be used in myriad ways. Their nice mellow flavor lends itself well to all types of accompaniments.
Perdue Chicken Breast Cutlets are packaged in a black plastic tray. The tray is covered with a blue and yellow plastic film that features a see – through window. The package is easy to open and reclose and it is flat and easy to store. The container also includes a sticker that lists all relevant ingredient and nutritional information. These delicious chicken cutlets are usually stocked in the packaged, fresh meat section of most supermarkets.
All things considered, Perdue Chicken Breast Cutlets are delicious, high – quality portions of fully – cooked chicken. These chicken cutlets are very convenient. They can be heated in conventional, toaster and microwave ovens and re very adaptable. These reasonably – priced chicken cutlets are available at food retailers across America and are highly recommended by this food writer.
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