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Perdue Oven Ready Chicken Review & Giveaway



 Perdue wants to provide you with fresh, all-natural chicken that's verifiably good. Have you checked out their PERDUE® OVEN READY Products which are USDA Process Verified.   Learn more about what that means here and at perdue.com.

We tried it out at home courtesy of Perdue and BzzAgent.


It was super easy to prepare.  Cut the roaster bag out of the main packaging and then make a 1 inch slit in the roaster bag place in a roasting pan or glass dish and then pop it in the oven and cook.  No cleaning, no mess, no giblets.  The result is a plump, tender, super juicy chicken that also is browned.  I served mine up on Sunday with mashed potatoes, carrots and there was so much juice I made a big batch of homemade gravy too!  Everyone polished off their plates which is typically unheard of in our household.  I even had plenty of left over to make a chicken enchilada dish for the next night.

Don't chicken out and wait for a special occasion to serve a deliciously wholesome dinner to your loved ones. Thanks to the PERDUE® OVEN READY Products, you can carve up something special any day of the week. Choose any products from the line, such as:
  • PERDUE® OVEN READY Whole Seasoned Roasters
  • PERDUE® OVEN READY Whole Seasoned Roaster Bone-In Breasts
  • PERDUE® OVEN READY Boneless Chicken Roasts
These products retail for a suggested price of $10.99 - $11.99, giving you a delicious roasted chicken your whole family can enjoy any day of the week! Look for PERDUE® OVEN READY Products in the fresh meat case of your grocery store.



 Two lucky The Freebie Junkie readers will each win a $3 coupon for Perdue Oven ready product.  Simply enter to win through the rafflecopter form below.  Contest open to US residents and ends November 16, 2012 @ 11:59pm EST.  Good Luck.

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Disclosure:  I received free product coupon and discount coupons for a giveaway for the purpose of a review from BzzAgent.  All opinions are my own and I was not compensated for a positive review.



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24 COMMENTS SO FAR:

Sharon Schoepe said:

I like to brown hamburger and freeze it in one pound packages. Helps shorten time in the kitchen on those busy days.

cloud10277 said:

I make meatballs ahead of time and freeze them.

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Lisa R said:

I cook in quanities that will have left overs for a few meals and then freeze them

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HaleysMom said:

I eat mainly fresh fruits and vegetables, and use pre-grilled, frozen chicken.

Holly Thomas said:

Cook large quantities and freeze for meals throughout the week.

Wild N Mild $$$ said:

I bake multiple items at the same time.
Jennifer Rote
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eclairre said:

I chop a weeks worth of vegetables on sunday night, so I don't have to chop them the rest of the night.

Kimberly Snyder said:

If baking, plan more than one thing to cook in over, things that need same temps.

Charity and John said:

I try to get some if the ingredients ready to go for the day before, or chop and portion out ingredients prior to cooking.
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Alicia said:

i lay out all ingredients beforehand

Jackie said:

I try to plan meals where I can have leftovers for next days lunch or dinner
Thanks!

debrastein10 said:

multitasking always!

Carrie Phelps said:

I gather everything I will need for the meal beforehand so I'm not running around gathering items.

jessica said:

i prep what i can before - like chopping veggies etc.

jek9880 at gmail dot com

Jo Tuason said:

roasted are delicious especially if they are from free range chickens

tracysimms said:

I try to fix foods that are fast during the week..thank s

spacegirl91377 said:

I like to make meals ahead of time in the crock pot and stock up the freezer. Then just warm them when I need them.

Troy Breiland said:

I pretty much microwave anything that will fit in the microwave.

Diana said:

Anything I can do early that cuts down on the actual cook time for dinner helps. Pre-cutting/seasoning/etc or cook and freeze type actions.

kimalissull said:

I use my crock pot - throw everything in in the morning and dinner is ready when I get home from work.

Doc Wit said:

Memorized the 30 min meal cookbook Q!

Kim Johnston said:

Love this! Easy breezy beautiful chicken dinner!

Jenny Divalicous said:

I always buy bulk ground beef and seperate it in freezable bags according to recipes.

Pamela Bice said:

I do prep work for the whole week on one day.

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