Young's Chip Shop Large Cod (54%) or Haddock (54%) Fillets in Crisp Bubbly Batter (4 per pack - 480g) was £4.00 now £2.50 (Rollback Deal) @ Asda
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Young's Chip Shop Large Cod (54%) or Haddock (54%) Fillets in Crisp Bubbly Batter (4 per pack - 480g) was £4.00 now £2.50 (Rollback Deal) @ Asda

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Found 18th Nov 2016
Young's Chip Shop Large Haddock (54%) Fillets in Crisp Bubbly Batter (4 per pack - 480g) was £4.00 now £2.50 (Rollback Deal)

"Large Formed Haddock Fillets in Batter"

Allergy Advice

Contains: Wheat, Fish, Milk, Mustard.

Ingredients

Haddock Fillet (54%) (Fish), Fortified Wheat Flour, Wheat Flour, Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Niacin (B3), Thiamin (B1)], Sunflower Oil, Water, Rapeseed Oil, Palm Oil, Wheat Starch, Salt, Raising Agents: Diphosphates, Sodium Bicarbonate, Maize Flour, Mustard Flavour, Dextrose, Flavourings (contains Mustard), Wheat Gluten, Dried Skimmed Milk, Colours: Curcumin, Capsanthin, Spices

Youngs Chip Shop Extra Large Cod (54%) Fillets in Crisp Bubbly Batter (4 pack = 480g) was £4.00 now £2.50 (Rollback Deal)

"Extra Large Formed Cod Fillets in Batter"

Allergy Advice

Contains: Wheat, Fish, Milk, Mustard.

Ingredients

Cod Fillet (54%) (Fish) , Fortified Wheat Flour [Wheat Flour, Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Niacin (B3), Thiamin (B1)] , Sunflower Oil , Water , Rapeseed Oil , Palm Oil , Wheat Starch , Salt , Raising Agents: Diphosphates, Sodium Bicarbonate , Maize Flour , Mustard Flour , Dextrose , Flavourings (contains Mustard) , Wheat Gluten , Dried Skimmed Milk , Colour: Curcumin, Capsanthin , Spices .:

2 Comments

Good price for Cod or Haddock so heat added.
Does anyone know of a brand of Frozen Cod that is proper Fillet (like the fish shops) not reformed fish, which the vast majority are. Tried many different brands but they seem to vary from OK to inedible, nothing close to chip shop style fish

goldy12

Good price for Cod or Haddock so heat added. Does anyone know of a brand … Good price for Cod or Haddock so heat added. Does anyone know of a brand of Frozen Cod that is proper Fillet (like the fish shops) not reformed fish, which the vast majority are. Tried many different brands but they seem to vary from OK to inedible, nothing close to chip shop style fish



Best to buy a piece of fish and make a simple batter yourself tbh.
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