Product Type: Birds Eye Meat / Fish
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Birds Eye Simply Cod Fillets
Member Name: annie47
Birds Eye Simply Cod Fillets
Advantages: Super tasting, good quality fish
Disadvantages: Slightly expensive
I like Fish; I don't love it, but I like it and from time to time I really enjoy eating it. The sorts of fish I usually have are good quality fish fingers. I usually eat these because I sometimes buy them for my son !
I like Cod or Haddock usually in Breadcrumbs or batter and I also prefer fish that isn't chunky. I much prefer it if it is in a sort of fish shape !
I love to have fish with either chips (Home made) or baby new potatoes and sweet corn or salad usually.
I was in Asda again recently and I wanted to get myself and my partner some nice fish for dinner. I saw they had this Birds Eye (Simply) 4 large cod fillets in crunchy golden breadcrumbs. It looked appetising although I thought It was a bit pricy at £3.54.
Birds Eye describe this fish in the following way ' Simply, from Birds eye uses only the freshest, chunkiest and flakiest cod fillets. Then we coat them in our very own light and crunchy, golden breadcrumb to create simply irremediable fish'. I have just realised that they refer to the fish as being 'chunky'. Personally I wouldn't call it chunky. I would say it is about medium. I have seen far chunkier than this and as I have stated I don't like chunky fish. I cooked this fish for about 35 minutes in the oven. The recommended cooking time is 25 minutes, but this is only a guideline and this will vary from oven to oven. I always like to make sure my fish is very well cooked and I also like a really crispy breadcrumb coating; so I always cook it for slightly longer than suggested.
The fish comes out lovely and crispy crunchy and tastes great. The fish is nice and white throughout and I enjoyed my fish supper greatly.
Cod fillet (54%)
Breadcrumb contains Wheat flour, Malt flour (from Barley)
Vegetable Fat, Raising Agents (E450, E500), Salt. Yeast, Whey powder, Sugar, Vegetable Oil
Batter contains Wheat flour, Water, Wheat starch, Salt, Mustard, Turmeric
*There are no artificial colours, flavourings or preservatives*
Contains fish, Wheat, Barley, Mustard, Milk
Each piece of fish contains 285 kcals
This is a great tasting fish from Birds Eye. Whilst it may be a little expensive; if you buy fish at the fish and chip shop these days its very costly, so if you are trying to save money, and want a decent piece of fish to eat, I highly recommend trying this one out.
Summary: Lovely fish peices; first rate
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