Excellent flavour and crispy to eat
We have been eating these since the first lock-down since we could not go to the fish and chip shop any more. In fact we like them so much that even though the pandemic is more or less over, we still cook our own fish and chips.
Quality 1st class , far tastier than some well known brands, I have ordered more. These are excellent value at just 95p per portion , I just add chips and salad ,Lovely.
The perfect battered cod for an easy "fish and chi
The perfect battered cod for an easy "fish and chips" meal at home. Really good flavour to the fish, and the batter does crisp up nicely in the oven. We particularly like that this recipe doesn't have any milk in it.
Too chewy for me
This was bought for me because my usual cod fillets were out of stock. The 'fillets' come out of the oven in a puddle of oil. The batter is a bit soggy. All this would be forgivable, but the fish tastes stale somehow & is strangely tough, some serious chewing is needed. I love fish and hate waste but this is 'formed' fish (see ingredients list) does not work, it is not nice at all. Binned.
Get a better brand.
Each one is about the size of a Mars bar. The fish is old when frozen judging by the taste and texture.
Absolutely disgusting. I bought this as our usual was either unavailable or discontinued - first and last time for this product. No-one ate theirs, they all went in the bin. Really poor quality fish in an oily batter. I'm very surprised to read the good reviews for it, must be down to luck...
Left a right oil slick on the baking tray and the batter went soggy as soon as sauce was put on top. Will stick to breaded cod.
I have bought this fish on many occasions and been pleased with it. The last time I bought it The batter was soggy and the fish was dry and tasteless
Now FORMED fish, yuk!
This use to be fillets of cod but now it is formed fish.....Tesco's please return to the fillets!! I started buying these when the big name brands all used formed fish and they were great, not now.
Very Tasty Indeed
We like these very much. For a quick meal you can't ask for more, really. I just cook two in the oven, make some chips from scratch and cook them in the deep fryer, and empty a can of baked beans into a dish and microwave them. If you prefer, a tin of peas is fine. I suppose, if you don't mind oven chips, you could even throw them in - but we can't abide oven chips in this house. Anyway - these battered cod are very tasty and I always keep some in the freezer for when I can't be bothered to cook properly.