Morrisons Mackerel in Oatmeal Crumb Reviews
Product Type: Morrisons Meat / Fish
Description:Brand: Morrisons / Type: Fish
Newest Review: ... the front shows an image of the fish pieces as a serving suggestion together with Morrisons' standard trademark, and on the ... more
by - written on 23/11/09 (Very useful, 229 readings)
PRICE: £2.49 for 260g (2 fillets) NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION (per fillet): Calories: 347 Kj: 1,450 Protein: 18.7g Carbohydrates: 21.6g (of which sugars: 0.8g) Fat: 20.7g (of which saturates: 3.1g) (of which mono-unsaturates: 10.0g) (of which polyunsaturates: 7.5g) Omega 3 fatty acid: 0.5g Fibre: 1.8g Sodium: 0.5g Salt equivalent: 1.3g INGREDIENTS: Mackerel (65%), wheat flour, oat flakes, flavourings, pepper, yeast, sunflower oil, salt, citric acid, dextrose, parsley, water, rapeseed oil, wheat gluten, potato starch, rice flour, wheat starch, modified tapioca ... Read the complete review
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