Iceland 30 Breaded Cod Fillet Fish Fingers 900g

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Iceland 30 Breaded Cod Fillet Fish Fingers 900g

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£5.00
£5.56 per 1 kg

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How to cook

Oven Frozen

Fan 200°C Cook time: 10 min. - 12 min.

Gas 7

Remove required amount from packaging.

Place on a pre-heated baking tray near middle of the oven for 10-12 minutes.

Turn half way through cooking time.

Cod (Fish) (63%), Wheat Flour, Rapeseed Oil, Water, Maltodextrin, Potato Starch, Salt, Paprika, Yeast, Turmeric.

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

Skinless and boneless fish fingers, formed from flakes of cod fillet and coated in breadcrumb. Pre-fried.

Dietary Information

NOT SUITABLE FOR VEGETARIANS

Manufacturers Address

Produced in Poland 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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Ingredients

Cod (Fish) (63%), Wheat Flour, Rapeseed Oil, Water, Maltodextrin, Potato Starch, Salt, Paprika, Yeast, Turmeric.

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