Sicín Sásta is Irish and proudly produced by a long line of Irish chicken farmers for many generations.

Sicín Sásta is all about embodying Irishness; the great quality taste, the new and different packaging with sustainability at the forefront, and also the welfare of its chickens.

Sicín Sásta believes that great tasting chicken is no accident.

Grown slowly at nature’s pace and with an emphasis on sustainable farming practices, Sicín Sásta chickens are given a better, happier life, which contributes to its delicious taste.

Sicín Sásta is proud to have the Bord Bia quality assurance mark and is a Love Irish Food affiliated brand.

Wildflowers and natural grasses

Sicín Sásta looks after its farms, so its chickens have a peaceful home to grow up in.

The surrounds of Sicín Sásta’s fields are planted with wildflowers and natural grasses to attract bees and enhance the chicken’s environment.

The secret Sicín Sásta feed recipe is made up of 70% wholegrains sourced from local farmers and is produced in its dedicated chicken-only feed mill.

Smart packaging

Sicín Sásta has developed reduced, smart packaging, moving away from the traditional packaging of whole chicken.

There are no leg-ties or clingfilm, and the chicken trays have been removed to create just one functional and effective whole-bird bag.

The diced chicken fillet is packaged in an innovative resealable pouch, which doubles as a storage container to pop in the fridge and it has 15% less packaging.

The whole fillets are in a tray that uses 60% less packaging and includes a lining to keep it clean and ready to recycle once removed.

All these unique smart packaging options are designed to make life much easier and minimise handling.

Delicious recipes

There are plenty of delicious recipes for all levels of aspiring home cooks to try for Sicín Sásta whole chicken, fillet and diced chicken at

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Sicín Sásta Spicebag Chicken Burger

Delicious spicebag chicken burger

Take dinner outdoors this weekend and try the delicious Sicín Sásta Spicebag Chicken Burger.

Serves 4

Prep time: 15 minutes (plus 2-12 hours chilling time)

Cook time: 8-10 minutes


4 Sicín Sásta chicken fillets

350ml buttermilk

100g plain flour

3-4 tsp spicebag mix

Sunflower oil, for frying

For the coleslaw

240g mayonnaise

Zest & juice 1 lemon

2 tbsp apple cider vinegar

2 tbsp wholegrain mustard

½ sea salt flakes

¼ head red cabbage

2 carrots, grated

1 red onion, finely diced

To serve

4 buns



  • Lay the Sicín Sásta chicken fillets between two sheets of parchment paper. Use a heavy rolling pin to bash the thickest part of the fillets to about 2cm thick.
  • Arrange fillets in a bowl or dish and pour over the buttermilk. Turn the fillets so that they’re coated, then push down so they’re submerged. Cover and leave in the fridge to tenderise for at least 2 hours, but leaving overnight is best.
  • Whisk together the flour and spicebag mix. Spread on to a plate.
  • Fill a large pan with about 3cm of sunflower oil and heat over medium-high heat.
  • While oil is heating, remove chicken from buttermilk (discard the buttermilk) and coat each fillet well with the seasoned flour.
  • To check that the oil is hot enough, the surface should have a slight rippling effect. Dip a wooden skewer into it; if it starts to bubble on the skewer, it’s ready.
  • Carefully place two of the chicken fillets into the oil and cook for about 4 minutes on both sides. They should be golden brown and cooked through. Leave cooked fillets on plate with paper towel while you cook the remaining two fillets (if they brown too quickly, lower heat. You can also add another drop of oil to help cool it quicker).
  • To serve, mix together coleslaw ingredients, spoon on to bottom half of bun, then top with chicken fillet, a good dollop of mayonnaise, then the top of the bun.
  • Serve with potato wedges and ketchup.
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