Tesco Value White Fish Fillets Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Meat / Fish
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Fish
Newest Review: ... so have had to resort to cheaper foods. When I first saw these Value fillets in Tesco, my first thought was 'oh heck...they ... more
by - written on 21/09/11 (Very useful, 148 readings)
I think if you asked what most people's favourite food is, they would say fish and chips! What can be nicer than a lovely chunky bit of fish, battered and deep fried, served with chunky chips? Not the healthiest of meals, tis true, but blooming lovely all the same! I try and give my family a fish meal at least once a week. Fish is so good for you and full of omega 3. Occasionally I give in to their demands and cook fish and chips (I make my own batter) but I also like to cook other dishes with fish. It's so versatile. You can bake it, make fish balls and cook in a tomato sauce with pasta, grill it, pan-fry in lemon butter....the list is endless. That is why I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/09/11 (Very useful, 146 readings)
One of my favourite foods is all kinds of fish, I can eat most varieties and love almost all of them. I buy fish almost every week but it is usually fresh fish because I find I enjoy it the most freshly bought for the weekend. I have tried lots of brands of frozen fish too but I had not bought or tried this one and so I thought it was worth a try to see if I liked it or not and since I have been looking for cheaper brands to reduce my food bill just a little bit more since the hike in food prices at the moment. These fish fillets are a kind of an off white colour, they are not as white in colour as some other brands on the market but they do not look ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/09/10 (Very useful, 430 readings)
A lot of fish gets eaten in my house and it is usually the breaded or battered variety so when I spotted these portions which had no coating on I decided to give them a try. The fact that they are from the Tesco value range did not put me off as we have found some great cheap products in this range. ~~PACKAGING~~ The white fish portions come in a cream coloured plastic bag. It has the Tesco value logo on the top and the product name. There is a picture of a cooked portion on a plate with vegetables and a small clear section to the bag so you can see the portions inside. The back of the packet contains all of the information you will ... Read the complete review
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