Iceland Crispy Whitebait 400g

(15 customer reviews)

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Iceland Crispy Whitebait 400g

(15 customer reviews)

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£2.50
£6.25 per 1 kg

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Nutrition Info

Per 100g Shallow Fried:

  • Energy 1440 kJ
    346 kcal
  • Fat 25.0g
  • (of which saturates 3.8g
  • Carbohydrate 14.0g
  • (of which sugars 0.0g
  • Fibre 1.1g
  • Protein 15.8g
  • Salt 0.9g

Per 1/2 Pack Shallow Fried:

  • Energy 2593 kJ
    624 kcal
  • Fat 45.1g
  • (of which saturates 6.9g)
  • Carbohydrate 25.1g
  • (of which sugars 0.0g)
  • Fibre 2.0g
  • Protein 28.4g
  • Salt 1.6g

How to cook

Deep Fry Frozen

Based on 1/4 Tray

Pre-heat oil to 170°C.

Remove required amount.

Deep fry until crisp and golden.

Drain well and serve.


Shallow Fry Frozen

Based on 1/4 tray

Pre-heat oil in a frying pan with raised edges.

Place required amount in a single layer into the frying pan.

Fry over a medium to high heat turning once until crisp and golden, reduce heat if necessary.

Whitebait (Fish) (70%), Wheat Flour, Water, Breadcrumb (Wheat Flour, Yeast, Salt), Rice Flour, Salt, Dextrose, Dried Skimmed Milk, Dried Parsley.

ALLERGY ADVICE: FOR ALLERGENS, SEE UNDERLINED INGREDIENTS IN BOLD. WARNING! THIS PRODUCT CONTAIN BONES.

Contains: fish, wheat, milk

Whole whitebait lightly coated in batter and breadcrumb dusting with dried parsley.

Manufacturers Address

Whitebait (Sprattus sprattus) caught by trawls in the North-East Atlantic (Baltic Sea). Produced and Packed in the U.K. for Iceland Foods Ltd., U.K., CH5 2NW.

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Package type

Sleeve, Tray & Film

Storage information

Keep Frozen

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Customer Reviews

(15 customer reviews)

Wild fish, retro 79s classic, feeds two. Flavourful. Just only turn once so they don't break up.

First time - and even with my son totally sabotaging them, they were still delicious. As a result of him a) trying to shallow fry the whole pack at once instead of the recommended quarter pack; b) covering the frying pan with a lid so that moisture trying to escape just dripped back onto the whitebait; and c) shaking the pan vigorously instead of turning the fish over carefully, the resulting whitebait had lost most of their coating and were too soft. Even so, they tasted wonderful - and unlike some whitebait, the fish content was generous and juicy. We ordered a couple of packs and now I can't wait to try them when cooked properly!!

I love whitebait. Have had from another supplier before and really was not expecting much. After a quick shallow fry all I can say is wow. Be warned like all fried fish open the windows.

Fabulous! Grill, oven, fry, whatever.........they are the business!!

This is my first taste of Whitebait and I'm very pleased. A quick shallow fry and served warm with a pile of buttery wholemeal bread doorsteps. Magical...

Like several other reviewers, I have been looking for whitebait for ages. This product is excellent and I have worked my way through about five packs so far. My cooking suggestion is to do them in a deep fat frying pan. Be very careful over temperature and timing. Get yourself a thermometer (I actually use a sugar thermometer, which reads up to 200C, e.g. from Wilkinsons, right opposite Iceland here in Kettering) and get the oil up to 175C. Cook straight fromthe freezer for three minutes then take them out, onto a tray and into an oven at 100C. Let the oil come back to 175C (2-3 minutes on my cooker) then give them another 90 secs. Knock off the remaining oil, serve in a bowl (also pre-heated in the 100C oven), with a serviette underneath to catch the last few drops of oil. With the slightest bit of fine-tuning to suit your particular cooking circumstances, what you end up with will be fully restaurant standard.

These are a quick and easy meal, great value for money and best of all they taste great

These taste great, never had them before and you get a lot. I just deep fried them for about 4-5 minutes and they were perfect. Fully recommended.

Haven't been able to buy these delicious chappies for years. Absolutely devastatingly wonderful. Cook them in (unless you deep fry) a very, very hot pan, I recommend ceramic, with some veg or olive oil for about twice as long as they say. Scoff with lemon juice and or tartare sauce. You will be knocked out.

I have been looking for Whitebait for ages. How lovely that Iceland are doing it! We shallow fried some and ten minutes later I was asked to cook the rest as they were so nice. This is something that we'll buy every week now.


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Ingredients

Whitebait (Fish) (70%), Wheat Flour, Water, Breadcrumb (Wheat Flour, Yeast, Salt), Rice Flour, Salt, Dextrose, Dried Skimmed Milk, Dried Parsley.

ALLERGY ADVICE: FOR ALLERGENS, SEE UNDERLINED INGREDIENTS IN BOLD. WARNING! THIS PRODUCT CONTAIN BONES.

Contains: fish, wheat, milk