The comment on the shop’s website, from an account with the same name as the Brit ISIS bride, says she “loves [the chicken] more than freedom” and it’s the “only reason she wants to come back”.
But mum Alison Bolton, 47, did not see the funny side when she spotted it while doing her weekly shop at home in Malvern, Worcestershire, a few weeks ago.
The offended primary school teacher couldn’t believe it and demanded Asda customer services removed the post.
The review reads: “Lovely chicken I separate and freeze them and defrost them 1 at a time and have a small chicken dinner I’ve even had casserole they’re great for the price.
“This is one of the only reason I want back in to buy this chicken again.
“I miss it more than I miss my freedom.”
Offended Alison told The Sun Online: “I just happened to scroll down and saw it.
“And then of course I twigged, ‘Oh Shamima Begum, oh well that’s clearly not her.’
“So I took a screenshot and sent it to customer services saying ‘I think you need to remove this, really, because it’s just a joke in poor taste.’
“Surely they’ve got the facilities to cancel someone’s account that’s using a name like that.”
Alison added: “I’ve notified them twice and they’ve still not acted or even got in touch with me.
“I’m not a crusader at all, this is the first time I’ve ever raised anything but when I see something like that I just think: ‘remove it’.”
An Asda spokesperson said: “The review has now been taken down.”
Ms Begum was one of three schoolgirls to leave Bethnal Green in London to join the terror group in 2015 before resurfacing in a Syrian refugee camp this year.
She said interviews she did not regret going the group and defended the Manchester bombing, but insisted she wanted to return to the UK.
She later retracted and apologised for the statements and her third child died in the camp while her jihadi husband was in jail.
Home Secretary Sajid Javid had revoked the young woman’s citizenship following public concern.