An online retailer claims that its Christmas dinner meal kit will help you to prepare an entire whole festive feast in just 90 minutes.
Discount meat website musclefood.com has brought the two-pan Christmas dinner, which includes meats such as turkey, beef and pigs in blankets, as well as stuffing, roast potatoes, vegetables, and gravy, which takes zero prepping.
Six people can enjoy the food, and the kit has a luxury turkey breast roasting joint which will weigh between 1.2kg and 1.5kg.
It has also a 400g luxury mini topside roasting joint and 16 pigs in blankets.
If two or three pigs in blankets are not enough for you, there is also 350g streaky bacon, and luxury sausage meat, so customers can create their own – or use them in breakfast.
Sage and onion stuffing, 14 chipolata sausages, turkey gravy, 1kg roasting potatoes, 500g carrots, 500g parsnips, 500g Brussels Sprouts, and two roasting trays are also in the hamper.
Customers can make a 37 percent saving. The retailer also has a luxury version of the hamper also.
The meal plan was shared on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group on Facebook, set up by money-saving blogger Holly Smith. People liked the post 4,600 times.
Some people commented and called food for ‘lazy’ people and raised the issue by saying it the bad idea of not preparing dinner from fresh ingredients.
The original poster Robyn Greenfield commented: ‘For all those being judgmental about frozen food, scroll past then. Why did people get to be so rude?
‘It’s Christmas and some families can’t afford a lot. I cook all the fresh food at Christmas.
‘But for some families, this may be a bargain to feed six people. Did no one ever teach some of you if you have nothing nice to say don’t say anything at all, simple?
‘Yes it’s frozen food for Christmas, get over it.’
The bargain feast includes a boneless turkey joint, stuffing balls, pigs in blankets, parsnips, sprouts and an Irish cream gateau for dessert.
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