Too much SALT
There is far too much salt when soaked in the dye before smoking, I love kippers but as i say far too salty
Great grub, quick, hot, and tasty ! Done it with
Great grub, quick, hot, and tasty ! Done it with a small amount of instant onion mash...beautiful !
Health wise i think the salt in the kipper is to h
Health wise i think the salt in the kipper is to high seventy percent of your daily intake in a pair of kippers
Taste is fine but oh the bones.
We had these to try and vary our fish men. Cooked quite nicely in the Microwave. Smelt lovely. Don't be deceived that they look filleted they aren't. That being said I can normally fillet my fish quite well but not this time, My O/H gave up. I tried but the bones are hard and scratch in most every mouthful. Such as shame. Won't buy again.
Full of bones
The few bits I could eat were quite nice but nearly every bite was full of thin scratchy bones, would not buy again or recommend.
On several occasions on opening the packet ,the kippers come out all stuck together and you finish up with right mess so i now buy from the fish counter There needs to be a thin separator between the kippers
Great Kippers Lovely Flavour.
Absolutely Gorgeous. Would Recommend to anyone even if they'd never had it before, it reminds me of being close to the ocean. Very few bones but these are soft and very edible.
I challenge anyone to separate this fish and make it look presentable. I will not be buying this garbage again.
Consign this black affront of tradition to the bin
Dyed fish of any kind should be banned from public use, all semblance of kippering has been destroyed, the subtle flavor that comes with the genuine process of salting and oak smoking has been thrown out and replaced with the injection of some watery obnoxious chemical dye. Come on wake up Tesco, source proper food like Loch Fine kippers and Arbroath Smokies then consign this black affront of tradition to the bin.
Very tasty, but what a faff trying to separate the fish when cooked. By the time I had done that, it was cold.