Cider Battered Haddock Fillets with Potato Rösti

Golden, crispy fish and potato – perfect!

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Regular Price: £31.00

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Juicy flakes of haddock encased in light cider batter, teamed up with deliciously moreish, crunchy Potato Rösti – it’s a match made in heaven!

Head Chef Tip: For best results, deep fry from frozen.
  • Chunky, fresh fillet of tender haddock
  • Tasty Rösti, soft inside and crunchy outside
  • Cook from frozen for the ultimate fast food
Box Contains:

    • 4 Haddock Fillets, Cider Battered,
      individually packed (pack weight 160g)
    • 8 Potato Rösti, in packs of 4,
      200g per pack

SERVINGS    
 
4
 
SAVE £12.00
 
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Storage: Keep frozen at -18ºC or below.
Do not refreeze once defrosted
Freezer Shelf life: 12 months from production
COOKING INSTRUCTIONS: Remove all packaging
FOR BEST RESULTS, AND CRISPIEST BATTER, DEEP FRY FROM FROZEN
DEEP FRY: In preheated oil at 160c for 8-9 minutes
PAN FRY: In 1-2cm of preheated oil over a medium heat for 8-10 minutes turning once halfway through cooking
OVEN BAKE: Preheat oven and baking tray to 220c/425F/Gas7. Place the product on the tray and cook for 16-20 minutes until crisp
PLEASE NOTE: ovens vary in performance, adjust cooking times if required
Ensure product is piping hot throughout before serving
INGREDIENTS
Haddock fillet (68%), batter [west country cider (54%), (apple juice, sugar,sulphites), wheat flour, wheat starch, salt, raising agents, disodiumdiphosphate, sodium bicarbonate, spice extract, potato starch] vegetable oil.

NUTRITIONAL VALUES (100g contains) as consumed - oven baked
Energy values: 677 Kj, 161 kcal, Protein: 15.6g, Carbohydrates: 11.2g of whichare sugars 0.9g, Fat: 5.8g of which saturates: 0.5g, Fibre 0.9g, Salt 1.1g

ALLERGY ADVICE
Contains: Fish, Wheat, Gluten & Sulphites
Warning: Contains Cider. Although every care has been taken to remove all bones,some small bones may remain.

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