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

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

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

"Large Formed Haddock Fillets in Batter"

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 (2 pack = 320g) was £4.00 now £3.40

"Extra Large Formed Cod Fillets in Batter"

Ingredients:

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

14 Comments

When the tescopoly deal expires, they are always this price in Heron foods (I had a piece for lunch today)

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tinca

When the tescopoly deal expires, they are always this price in Heron … When the tescopoly deal expires, they are always this price in Heron foods (I had a piece for lunch today)



Hope you enjoyed!

It was lovely, thank you

How can 65g of fish be described as large? oO

Does 'formed fillet' actually mean munged up fish reshaped into a fillet shape. In the same way as fishcakes. Nice!

jasee

Does 'formed fillet' actually mean munged up fish reshaped into a fillet … Does 'formed fillet' actually mean munged up fish reshaped into a fillet shape. In the same way as fishcakes. Nice!


Yes, thanks for pointing that out. Will stick with tesco haddock fillets.

jasee

Does 'formed fillet' actually mean munged up fish reshaped into a fillet … Does 'formed fillet' actually mean munged up fish reshaped into a fillet shape. In the same way as fishcakes. Nice!



​Yes it does

chocci

Yes, thanks for pointing that out. Will stick with tesco haddock fillets.


Haha.
This is the picture from the tesco website which appears to show a proper fish fillet (and no mention of 'formed fillet' on the cover). If it's the right box, it's very deceptive IMO.
http://img.tesco.com/Groceries/pi/831/5000205039831/IDShot_540x540.jpg

Edited by: "jasee" 12th Oct 2016

jasee

​Haha. This is the picture from the tesco website which appears to show a … ​Haha. This is the picture from the tesco website which appears to show a proper fish fillet (and no mention of 'formed fillet' on the cover). If it's the right box, it's very deceptive IMO.



​Basically it's bits of leftover 'fillet' pieces or fillet waste...formed into pieces & covered in batter
Edited by: "Gollywood" 12th Oct 2016

they're nothing like the picture on the box

itsadeal

they're nothing like the picture on the box


they must have cut the fish and got lucky the cut fell on a bit of fillet rather than the mushy parts

I think people are confusing formed fish with MS/MR fish or generic fish mince. Formed cod fillets means smaller fillets of cod put together to make a product with uniform weight and shape which helps reduce food waste. There is nothing wrong with these products, people need to check their privilege levels and stop virtue signalling imo.

yrreb88

I think people are confusing formed fish with MS/MR fish or generic fish … I think people are confusing formed fish with MS/MR fish or generic fish mince. Formed cod fillets means smaller fillets of cod put together to make a product with uniform weight and shape which helps reduce food waste. There is nothing wrong with these products, people need to check their privilege levels and stop virtue signalling imo.


No confusion here. They are not proper fillets, they are formed from off cuts of fillet. Tesco haddock fillets are proper whole cuts.

tinca

When the tescopoly deal expires, they are always this price in Heron … When the tescopoly deal expires, they are always this price in Heron foods (I had a piece for lunch today)


Also, usually this price in Farmfoods.
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