Harry Ramsden’s Salt and Vinegar 2 Jumbo Battered Cod Fish Fillets 400g

(79 customer reviews)

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Harry Ramsden’s Salt and Vinegar 2 Jumbo Battered Cod Fish Fillets 400g

(79 customer reviews)

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Exclusive to Iceland
£5.00
£12.50 per 1 kg

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How to cook

Oven Frozen

Fan 200°C Cook time: 25 min. - 28 min.

Gas 6

Remove required amount from packaging.

Place on a pre-heated baking tray near middle of the oven for 25-28 minutes.

Cod (Gadus morhua) (Fish) (60%), Water, Wheat Flour, Cornflour, Fully Refined Soya Bean Oil, Distilled Tapioca Vinegar, Potato Starch, Corn Starch, Wheat Starch, Salt, Acidity Regulators: Sodium Acetates, Citric Acid; Rice Flour, Wheat Gluten, Dried Skimmed Milk, Raising Agents: Diphosphates, Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate; Xylose, Yeast Extract, Dextrose.

ALLERGY ADVICE: FOR ALLERGENS, SEEUNDERLINED INGREDIENTS IN BOLD.WARNING! ALTHOUGH EVERY EFFORT HAS BEEN MADE TO REMOVE ALL BONES, SOME MAY REMAIN.

Cod fillet coated in a salt and vinegar crispy batter.

Dietary Information

NOT SUITABLE FOR VEGETARIANS

Manufacturers Address

Produced in Vietnam for Iceland Foods Ltd., U.K., CH5 2NW and Iceland Stores Ireland Ltd., Unit 250, Corporate Park 2, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15.

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Box

Storage information

Keep Frozen at -18°C or Colder

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Customer Reviews

(79 customer reviews)

Very nice but just too expensive for what they are. They are big but thin!

Very hit and miss Sometime they are nice and sometimes not. I wont be buying again.

They are very nice! Would definitely try them again

Loved these, somehow having the vinegar flavour in them is better than putting your own vinegar on them. Don't know how that works, but it does. Recommended!

Bubbly batter just like the chip shop, fish was white and firm. Fair portion size for the price. If you don't like salt and vinegar, maybe don't go for this one, obviously. But for chippy fans, I'd definitely stock up for when you can't be bothered leaving the house!

These are delicious and definitely worth buying. Hopefully Iceland will keep these in stock long term as I will definitely be buying them regularly.

The batter when cooked looks nothing like the batter pictured on the box. It's flat and thin, disappointing. The fish was quite good, white and fairly firm but overall, decidedly average. Salt and vinegar ? Really ? Where ? I added some.

Good food at a reasonable price

I'm astonished this fish has good reviews, soggy batter, I cooked the second one longer until dark brown, and it was crispy on the outside and soggy inside, the Salt and vinegar is OTT, the delicate flavour of Cod is just completely lost. if you like just the taste of vinegar then you will like this, however, salt and vinegar crisps are cheaper and more satisfying.

The best frozen fish that REALLY does taste like its from a chip shop. Good portion size and not too greasy,


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Ingredients

Cod (Gadus morhua) (Fish) (60%), Water, Wheat Flour, Cornflour, Fully Refined Soya Bean Oil, Distilled Tapioca Vinegar, Potato Starch, Corn Starch, Wheat Starch, Salt, Acidity Regulators: Sodium Acetates, Citric Acid; Rice Flour, Wheat Gluten, Dried Skimmed Milk, Raising Agents: Diphosphates, Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate; Xylose, Yeast Extract, Dextrose.

ALLERGY ADVICE: FOR ALLERGENS, SEEUNDERLINED INGREDIENTS IN BOLD.WARNING! ALTHOUGH EVERY EFFORT HAS BEEN MADE TO REMOVE ALL BONES, SOME MAY REMAIN.