4 Large Cod Fillets in Batter

4 Large Cod Fillets in Batter

Birds Eye 4 Battered Cod Fillets
Aah, the seaside. Fish & chips. One of the greatest British traditions there is. It really doesn’t get any better than that. So when you want to re-live those happy memories, reach for delicious large Cod fillets coated in our golden, crispy batter. Tasty on a Friday, served with chips and your favourite sauce!

Preparation

Tastiest when OVEN BAKED STRAIGHT FROM THE FREEZER.

Oven baked - From Frozen

  • Pre-heat oven 220°C, Fan 200°C, Gas Mark 7, 20 mins 
  • Cook in the middle of the oven on a baking tray, until crisp and golden

Please ensure food is cooked until piping hot. These instructions are guidelines only. Do NOT refreeze after defrosting.



Storage Instructions

Store in a freezer at -18°C or cooler.


Ingredient Declaration

Cod (Fish) (54%), Batter Coating*, Rapeseed Oil

*Batter Coating: Fortified Wheat Flour (Wheat, Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin)

Water

Starch (contains Wheat)

Flour (Rice, Maize)

Salt

Raising Agents (E450, E500)#

Dextrose

Palm Fat

Skimmed Milk Powder

Mustard

Natural Flavourings

Pepper Extract

# E450 and E500 are the basic ingredients of Baking Powder, which is used to make the batter light and crispy.



Please, check the ingredients and nutritional values for possible changes on the packaging. Allergens are highlighted in the ingredient list.



Allergen information

For allergens see ingredients in bold.



Other

Although great care has been taken to remove all bones, some may remain.

Nutritional Information - Adult

Nutritional Information Per Serving
Nutritional Information Per 100g
Energy
 kJ
1158
 kJ
916
 kJ
Energy
 kcal
277
 kcal
230
 kcal
Fat
16
 g
13
 g
Fat of which
 Saturates
1.4
 g
1.2
 g
Carbohydrate
20
 g
17
 g
Carbohydrate of which
 Sugars
0.8
 g
0.7
 g
Fibre
 Dietary
0.6
 g
0.5
 g
Protein
13
 g
11
 g
Salt
1.3
 g
1
 g

Nutrition & Reference Intakes Information

Per portion (120g) oven baked provides:

Reference intake of an average adult (8400kJ / 2000kcal)

Typical values per 100g: Energy 888kJ / 212kcal.