Ian’s is a brand I usually have on hand in the freezer for my son. Being that he only has a list of 15 its he will eat (he has come a long way from the three items he would eat a mere 3 years ago) we stay well stocked on the fish sticks and chicken nuggets. My son is a sight, smell, touch, type of eater, so I never could pull one over on him by serving another brand of fish sticks or chicken nuggets although we are making great breakthroughs.
I mainly started buying them since those two items are the only things that I ever find in my stores which is why I haven’t tried more of their products. Ian’s however has a large variety of items and I would love to try them all.
however that being said I was not impressed with the new item I found. Southwestern chicken. It looked good on the package and I imagined in my head how wonderful and juicy these would taste based on the other two products I have eaten. I was so excited.
Big let down.
Okay not a big deal, it was frozen, lets just cook this food up and see what it becomes………..
okay a little better but you can even see from the photo (I cooked exactly how they told me to) how dry this is and well it tasted like nothing. Dry tasteless chicken. I managed to get one piece down then had to douse the rest in ranch dressing just to tolerate. Yes I ate it because it was all I had for dinner sadly.
I have to state again I love Ian’s, (the two things I have eaten and yes I still want to try the rest of their products) but this I did not enjoy at all. My son took one look at it and gave me the gag sign but that isn’t saying much it didn’t look appealing in the least.
Sorry Ian’s but I will pass on this one but do look forward to one day seeing your other items in my stores. How about sending more of a variety to Alaska so I can try them. I thought for sure when my local health food store expanded I would see some items but no luck this is the only new item I have found. Big Sigh, sometimes it sucks to live clear in Alaska where people think we still live in igloos. Well okay we do but that is only in the winter months, in the summer there are wooden huts.