A good meal
I really like this. I find the best way to cook is to add a little oil to the chips and then wrap them spread out a bit, very loosely in a piece of foil and cook this little package in the oven for 15 minutes first. Then reassemble in the tray they were packed in with the fish and peas and cook as instructed for a further 35 minutes. It still makes a very easy meal which is really tasty and far cheaper and quicker than fish and chips at the chip shop.
Not good Birdseye
Discussing chips were solid even after leaving a little longer in the oven,Fish soggy peas full of water disappointed with Birdseye definitely will not be purchasing again
Go to the fish and chip shop!!
The two stars are for the fish, which was a reasonable size and edible. The chips were still hard and not at all crispy or fluffy. The peas were protected by their own plastic wrapper and cooked ok but were full off water and needed to be drained whilst the rest got cold. What a disappointment all round.
Sent birds eye pancakes as substitute. Just about the worse thing i've attempted to eat. Disgusting.
Not worth the money.
I would not buy these again. Whilst the fish was OK the chips weren't cooked and were inedible. Not good from such a wel known company
Very much better than my expectation, the chips were almost exactly like chip shop chips the batter was good but not crisp. I do not think it is possible to produce oven restored batter to the crispness and bubblyness of the chip shop product. I am buying it again.
It's by far the best frozen cod chips and peas. the chips are excellent and cod is lightly battered.
Definitely not a ready meal for chips!! Chips were horrible not even crispy and I followed the cooking instructions to the T! If you want "crispy" peas this is the way to go! Think about it Tesco....you want the fish batter and chips crispy, so the time to get them crispy? Those poor peas!