Tesco Value Fish Fingers Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Meat / Fish
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Fish
Newest Review: ... to lose, right? Biggest mistake of my day. On getting home, I decided I'd cook them, and opened up the package. What was ... more
by - written on 17/11/12 (Very useful, 105 readings)
This is a review of Tesco Value Fish Fingers. Whilst trying to keep the shopping bill down I was buying an assortment of finger food type meals to try our nearly two year old daughter with as she becomes more adventurous and learns about chewing her food! I was prepared that she may refuse these so was prepared for them to go almost straight in the bin. Packaging The box looks a lot better now Tesco have switched from their blue stripey 'value' range to their Everyday Value packaging and it pictures a plate of the fish fingers cooked with a slice of lemon and some other related icons in shades of blue, such as peas, cutlery, condiments and lemon slices ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/01/10 (Very useful, 48 readings)
I have these quite regularly as my wife loves fish fingers. I must admit, I don't mind them. I'm not the biggest fan & I tend to prefer having actual fish, but these do make a decent meal & ar far cheaper. They sell for 47p for a pack of 10 in the supermarket. They seem to be very popular where we are because they are out of stock & not available as often as you are actually able to buy them. Id estimate that they are around 8cm long & about 2cm wide by around 1cm thick. You can grill them or fry them. We tend to have them grilled. When you grill them, the breadcrumbs do have a slight crunch to them although they can be a bit floppy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/10/09 (Very useful, 103 readings)
I've just had a wicked fish finger butty and the best thing is that it was made out of the cheapest fish fingers available, Tesco Value fish fingers that cost 47p for 10. They don't sell them in boxes of 15 anymore like the picture Dooyoo have put up shows but I reckon boxes of 10 are better because they are easier to fit in the freezer. They are really nice and I can't see the sense in buying the mega expensive fish fingers because even though they are not cod they are still good and taste like good quality fish fingers. The breadcrumbs are very orange and that makes them more like the fish fingers I had when I was a kid instead of all the posh battered ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/06/09 (Very useful, 141 readings)
Before I start this review please let me assure you that my Value hunting doesn't usually extend to my granddaughters' food, but in this instance they actually ask me to buy these cheap fish fingers as they think the breadcrumb coating is much better even than the extremely high priced Birds Eye Fish Fingers. At 47p for ten fish fingers, the Value range have really come up trumps with this product in my opinion and once you get past the internal stigma of buying such 'cheap fish' then you'll realise you're certainly onto a winner with this buy. The fish fingers are slightly smaller than other more expensive brands, this isn't terribly obvious while they are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/02/12 (Very useful, 164 readings)
I have recently been buying Value food products from Tesco to see if I like them or not and to save a little bit of money on my shopping bill. Food hikes have arrived again and so looking around for cheaper products is a mission of mine recently. Some of the Value range is quite good and so it is well worth trying them when they are much cheaper. I bought these fingers to try recently to see if they were nice tasting for the price. I bought them for only 55p for 10 fish fingers. They come inside a cardboard box and the box is just a basic design with a picture of the fingers on the front. Once opening the box the fingers are a good size and in my opinion quite ... Read the complete review
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