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19/11/2007
Vienna goes turkey by: Leslie Bunder
FILED UNDER DAILY JEWS >> Food & Drink

Looking for something that is quick, easy and tasty to eat?  Then in less than a minute you can have two turkey viennas from Yarden.

Coming in as a packet of eight and costing around 2, the viennas are a handy snack and also can form the basis of a light lunch or dinner when teamed up with some chips, beans, peas or other vegetable.

Two viennas take around 40 seconds to cook in a microwave and come out hot and tasty. They work well both within a roll or slice of bed, or of course, you can have them on their own with vegetables.

At the moment, it looks like Yarden is in the middle of a packaging change. Some packets of the turkey viennas come as all the eight together, while others are divided up into four separate sections where you just cut-off two at a time. 

Having the cut-off packaging makes it simple to take what you want and just leave the others to use as and when needed, whereas, the original packaging requires a person to take what they want and then put the remainder into a storage bag and use within a day or two.

If you are looking for an alternative to traditional beef viennas, turkey does make a nice change and Yarden has produced something that works very well.

 
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