Birds Eye Salmon Fish Fingers Reviews
Product Type: Birds Eye Ready Meals
Newest Review: ... to be honest these look exactly the same once you open up the box so you do not feel as though you have been robbed on value. ... more
by - written on 01/12/09 (Very useful, 92 readings)
Birds eye pink salmon fish fingers are a good alternative to the dwindling cod or haddock versions and if you like pink you will love them even more The look? The outer packaging has Captain birds eye stood next to the logo with a picture of the fish finger itself and to be honest these look exactly the same once you open up the box so you do not feel as though you have been robbed on value. Each fish finger is approx 10 cms in length and covered in golden breadcrumbs and is packed full of salmon, each one is good size versus value Price? A box of ten cost around £2.48 in most supermarkets, this is for a 280 gram box which is a bit ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/09/09 (Very useful, 70 readings)
Trying to lose weight and vary my eating habits I have been trying so many new products lately that I probably wouldn't of even thought about before. I love salmon though so when I seen Birds Eye salmon fisher fingers I had to give them a try. They were on offer in Sainsburys at the time a box of 10 for a £1. They come in your typical cardboard box, a pale blue in colour with the ocean in the background. Birds Eye sailor is proudly showing off the brand logo on the box and a salmon fish finger is sitting neatly in the corner. 10 Salmon Fish Fingers I'm told on the box as well as 'Made with 100% Pink Salmon Fillet. Wild Pink Salmon it says on the side of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/08/09, updated on 29/08/09 (Very useful, 130 readings)
PRICE: £2.49 for 10 (280g) at my local Sainsburys NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION (per 3 fish fingers): Calories: 190 Kj: 790 Protein: 11.0g Carbohydrate: 18.0g (of which sugars): 0.3g Fat: 8.0g (of which saturates): 0.9g Fibre: 0.8g Sodium: 0.23g (equivalent as salt): 0.6g INGREDIENTS: Salmon (58%), breadcrumb, batter, vegetable oil, wheat flour, water, paprika, salt, yeast, turmeric, potato starch DIETARY/ALLERGY ADVICE: Contains fish and wheat Great care has been taken to remove all bones, but some may ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/10/09 (Very useful, 162 readings)
~~~ Introduction ~~~ We first bought Birdseye Salmon Fish Fingers a couple of months ago. It wasn't a product that we had seen advertised and they weren't on our shopping list either. They were simply something we "discovered" whilst looking for something tasty for our baby boy whilst shopping at Asda. He doesn't really seem to like eating meat but enjoys fish ... so when we saw 10 Birdseye Salmon Fish Fingers were only £2.50 we bought a box for him to try. The good news was that he loved them and we have since bought them on a regular basis and have also tried them ourselves. ~~~ Birdseye Salmon Fish Fingers ~~~ My dad refers ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/12/08 (Very useful, 180 readings)
I was browsing through a magazine when I was intrigued to see an advertisement for Bird's Eye Salmon Fish Fingers. As salmon is my favourite fish and two out of my three children like this fish also, I thought they sounded very tempting and an interesting alternative to the usual cod filling. I hoped I could tempt one of my children into eating salmon too. I proceeded to order a box of 10 with my online shopping at Tesco last week and couldn't wait to try them out. ~~~Packaging~~~ They're packed in a box of 10 with good old Captain Bird's Eye featuring prominently on the front. There's also a tempting picture of a fish finger filled with ... Read the complete review
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