Kippers

Wild northeast Atlantic Smoked Herring

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Regular Price: £25.00

Special Price: £18.00

PRICE PER KILO: £18.00
CODE: D770
 
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This cold smoked herring is an iconic British classic. Hearty breakfasts await...
  • Wild herring, fished from the northeast Atlantic
  • Boneless and skin-on, cold smoked
  • Skillfully hand prepared and kitchen ready
  • Rich in Omega-3
Box Contains:

    • 5-7 Kippers, skin-on, boneless, individually packed (box weight 1kg)
    • Please note:May contain small bones

SERVINGS    
 
5-7
 
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  Professionally shock frozen
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Storage Conditions: Store at < -18ºC
Recommended Shelf Life once defrosted: Store between 0 - 5ºC Use within 24 hours
Please note: Some small bones may remain
Suitable cooking methods:
Pan-frying
Poaching
Steaming
Nutritional values: 100g (raw) contains:
Energy values: 873Kj/210kcal, Protein 17.4g, Carbohydrates 0g of which Sugars 0g, Fat 15.6g, Salt 0.17g
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Kippers
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Excellent product
   5
Tastiest and most delicate flavour kippers ever! Boil in the bag - 10 mins if defrosted, 15 if frozen - and serve with butter and pepper for a delicious breakfast. Not for you if you like the more heavily smoked/dyed versions found in most supermarkets/fishmongers.
By KeithB - 14th May 2013
Herring and eggs
   5
I have to admit that although i have been buying a lot of meat from Donald Russell, i was hesitant in buying their fish.
How stupid can one get!!!
Their Smoked Herring (Kippers) are delicious..............
Best kept in the bag and immersed in boiling water for 10 minutes.
Then served with a poached egg..... Best breakfast ever........

A must for food lovers.
By George Arthur - 8th Nov 2011
Kippers without the faffing about
   5
Have just eaten these and am very impressed. Very tasty - just like kippers without the fuss of bones. Wasn't sure how to cook/serve them, so grilled and served with boiled new potatoes, watercress and a horseradish/mayo sauce. Very easy and very tasty.
By Jackie - 8th Nov 2011