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Youngs Pink Salmon In Breadcrumbs

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Brand: Young's / Type: Fish

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      28.05.2010 14:23
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      Yummy Fish..... And Good For You Too!!!

      I have always liked salmon but get a bit bored with it because I'm not that good at making sauces up and stuff so usually end up with a plain salmon fillet with some lemon juice on it. When I saw these Youngs Salmon In Breadcrumbs in Sainsburys I brought a pack to see what they were going to be like.

      You get 2 quite chunky fillets for about £3.00, that sounds a lot for frozen fish but when you look at the price of fresh salmon that isn't too bad. It took about 20 mins to cook in the oven and looked wicked when it was done.

      The salmon fillet has got quite fluffy breadcrumbs on it, it says on the box that the breadcrumbs are off freshly baked loaves instead of just being plain breadcrumbs and you can definately taste the difference. The breadcrumbs go a bit crunchy and don't go soggy or anything while they're cooking, they taste nice as well and have deffo got a more interesting flavour than plain breadcrumbs that you usually get on fish.

      As well as the breadcrumbs there are quite a lot of sunflower seeds, linseeds and pumpkin seeds. Most of them had fallen off inside the box but that was ok because you just have to put them back on before you put the salmon in the oven and they make the fish taste yummy. The salmon itself tastes nice and fresh when it's cooked and hasn't dried up or anything like that, it has cooked through proper good in the oven and tastes delish with the seeds and breadcrumbs.

      I definately recommend this salmon to anyone who likes fish but like me gets bored of plain fish, I'm not mad keen on battered fish except from the chippy so this is a wicked change. The seeds make it taste gorgeous and even though it still tastes like salmon at least it's a nice change.



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