I like them!
They are tasty! I cook these in the air fryer and they turn out crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside. I have them with peas and corn and cubed potatoes. They taste good to me.
Didn’t like - bland, meh and poor quality fish
First of all, I’m disappointed at the quality fish - lots of supermarket brand fish fingers contain cod but these contain Alaska pollock. Not only does it look less appealing but texture and taste wise I don’t think it’s as good either. Overall, I was very disappointed with these, tasted bland and just ‘meh’. Need more flavour and better quality fish I think. Tesco’s free from cod fish fingers on the other hand I thought were delicious! (I only tried these because Tesco’s were out of stock)
Not haddock or cod..... just a load of pollock's! It's OK.
Not as nice as Tesco own brand crispy fish fingers
Not as nice as Tesco own brand crispy fish fingers. Please bring the Tesco brand back along with other Tesco gluten free products such as the chicken kievs. There is not much choice for Coeliacs. Tesco used to have the best range out there but sadly the products are getting less and less each month. If you want to keep your free from retailer of the year status, please take note.
over price for an average product
Pollock priced as Cod or haddock. average taste.
Pleasantly surprised by these, I’ve been a fish finger fan for over 40 years and recently diagnosed with coeliac, I thought I’d have to give them up. I find I prefer these cooked in the oven to grilling but they taste fine either way.
Not as good as Tesco's own GF
They are no where near to the lovely own Tesco's gluten free fish fingers. These Birds Eye are tasteless as soggy. Tesco why did you removed your own brand, they were crispy and tasty, please bring them back.
Some gluten free variations are not of the same quality! These are like the normal fish fingers we used to enjoy! Absolutely fantastic. Thank you!
Better are available.
Really poor quality fish. Disappointing from a company like Birds Eye.
Fine if you think pollock is fit for human consump
Fine if you think pollock is fit for human consumption - I don't - it's good catfood though.