If there is a particular cut not listed here, please call us and have one of our professional chicken cutters create your order.
The chicken is fresh and hormone free. Also, free range is usually in the shop. If you prefer organic, we will arrange that for you
Please call us for prices (if not shown).
Come and see us at Coventry Village in Morley.
*denotes products that need to be pre-ordered by phone or have it cut while you wait. CUSTOM CUTTING IS AVAILABLE FROM 8:30 am to 5:30 pm daily.
Bulk prices available upon request!
SOME ITEMS ARE NOT AVAILABLE AFTER 5:00 PM.
Updated May 18.
Give us a call and pre-order Chicken Kebab Sticks at $1.50 each. Flavours:
Chicken Roast, plain or seasoned at $15.99 kg. Approx 1.5kg each.
Boneless, Skin-on Chicken Breast at $6.99 kg ($7.99 if cut or minced).
Skinless/Boneless Chicken Breast at $7.99 kg ($9.99 kg if cut or minced).
Our made in the shop Chicken Sausages (all GF) at $12.99 kg.
As of May 18 we have: Hmmmmmm? Theo, The Sausage King, will has returned to work. Once he gets his bearings, he will work through each night without pause in order to craft more snaggers just for you.
Cooking tip for fast chicken.
The stuffed chicken above has been in the oven covered. Veggies have been added and now it goes back in. The cast iron frypan will deliver heat from the bottom and shorten the cooking time.
If a price isn't shown, it varies. Please call us.
$5.99 kg. Add 80c for cutting. Stuffed $7.99 kg.
Above sizes available in store...
Below sizes must be ordered in ...
Sizes 9, 10,12,13,14 & 16
9 = 900 grams etc.
Whole Lilydale free range chicken.
$7.99 kg. Average weight 1.5kg. Optional - Add 80c for most cutting/skinning options.
Fresh Chicken Mince at $8.99 kg.
Breast on frame (b.o.f).
Skinless, boneless chicken thighs at $10.49 kg.
Skin on, boneless chicken thighs.
Skinless boneless fillets*
Skin "on" boneless fillets*
Whole chicken wings at $4.99 kg.
Chicken Lollipops at $9.99 kg.
Skinless drumsticks at $5.49 kg.
Skin-on drumsticks at $4.49 kg.
Chicken Ribs at $11.99 kg.
Chicken Tenderloins at $12.99 kg.
Chicken Maryland. Skin on at $5.99 kg.
Chicken Maryland. Skinless at $6.99 kg. $7.99 kg cut.
Skinless, Boneless Chicken Maryland Fillets at $8.99 kg.
Chicken Breast Schnitzels. Southern Style or Spicy at $12.99 kg.
Chicken mini-roast spinach and feta at $4.50 each or four for $16.00.
Peanut Satay, Honey Soy, Lemon Pepper or Peri Peri Tenders (limited amount each day) at $14.99 kg.
Chicken Nibbles at $7.99 kg. Generally Peri Peri and/or Lemon Pepper.
Peri Peri Chicken Pieces at $6.99 kg.
Half Chicken marinated. Peri Peri and/or Lemon Pepper at $5.99 each. Or two for $10.00!
Chicken Kiev garlic buttered at $4.50 each, or 4 for $16.00.
Traditional chicken burgers at $1.80 each or 10 for $15.00.
Marinated Chicken Rissoles (meatballs) at $10.99 kg.
Chicken is arguably the most commonly consumed meat worldwide.
It is particularly popular among fitness enthusiasts due to the protein content.
High-protein foods can help you reach your health and fitness goals, such as building and maintaining muscle while consuming low amounts of fat.
Chicken comes in a variety of cuts, including breasts, thighs, wings, drumsticks, maryland, tenderloins (tenders), riblets and more.
Each cut contains its unique amount of protein, fat and calories. Flavour also varies in each.
This is one of the most popular cuts.
A skinless, cooked chicken breast contains 31 grams of protein and 165 calories per 100 grams.
80% of those calories come from protein, while 20% comes from fat.
Chicken breast is especially popular among bodybuilders and those who want to lose weight. Its high protein and low-calorie contents are a winning combination.
The chicken leg has two parts — the thigh and the drumstick.
One skinless, boneless, cooked chicken thigh of 50 grams has about 13 grams of protein and 105 calories. This is equal to 26 grams of protein and 210 calories per 100 grams.
53% of the calories come from protein, while 47% comes from fat.
Interestingly, chicken thighs have a slightly darker colour than chicken breast. This is because the chicken's legs are more active and contain more myoglobin. This molecule helps provide active muscles with oxygen that also makes them redder.
Some people find that the darkness of chicken thighs gives them a more succulent taste.
The drumstick is the lower part of the chicken leg, also known as the calf.
It has 28.3 grams of protein per 100 grams and 172 calories. 70% of the calories come from protein, while 30% comes from fat.
Many people prefer to eat a drumstick with the skin on. The ratio then changes, with 53% of the calories coming from protein and 47% coming from fat.
The wing consists of three parts — the drumette, the wingette and the wing tip. They are often consumed as snacks or served as bar food.
One chicken wing without the skin or bones (21 grams) has 6.4 grams of protein. This is equal to 30.5 grams of protein per 100 grams.
They have about 42 calories per wing, or 203 calories per 100 grams. 64% of the calories come from protein, while 36% comes from fat.
As with drumsticks, most people eat chicken wings with the skin on. A chicken wing with skin contains 99 calories, with 39% of the calories coming from protein and 61% from fat.
Which Cut Should You Eat?
It depends on your health and fitness goals.
While all cuts of chicken are great sources of protein, some are leaner.
The extra fat in the thigh, drumstick and wings can benefit in some areas but hinder others.
If you’re trying to lose weight, then chicken breast is the best cut for you.
It is the leanest part of the chicken while having the fewest calories but the most protein.
For example, chicken breast is ideal for bodybuilders, since it has the fewest calories.
Watching calories is especially important for them prior to participating in events,
Given that this is when they need to have low body fat. Getting ready for the beach? Eat breast!
However, people who are following low-carb type diets may benefit from eating fattier cuts of chicken.
If your goal is to build muscle or gain weight, you will need to eat more calories than your body burns daily.
People who fall into this group can benefit from eating fattier cuts of chicken since they contain more calories.
Lastly, people who want to maintain their muscle mass or improve recovery may benefit from eating the breast. It contains the most protein by weight, which is the most important factor for them when it comes to choosing which cut of chicken to eat.
If you want to lose weight, maintain muscle mass or improve recovery, chicken breast is ideal. It is lean and has the most protein by weight. Fattier cuts may be beneficial for those on low-carb or keto diets, as well as those trying to gain weight or build muscle.
The Bottom Line: Chicken is a great source of protein and a great addition to your diet. The cut of chicken you choose should suit your goals.