Unfortunately, this deal has expired 13 February 2023.
Posted 24 January 2023

Youngs Gastro 2 Tempura Battered Fish Fillets 270G - 5 for £10 - (£2 Each) - Clubcard Price @ Tesco

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Decent deal on these if you are prepared to buy 5 as it combines a club card price and a multi buy.


Youngs Gastro 2 Tempura Battered Fish Fillets 270G
Quantity of Youngs Gastro 2 Tempura Battered Fish Fillets 270G
£2.50 Clubcard Price
Offer valid for delivery from 24/01/2023 until 13/02/2023
Any 5 for 4 Clubcard Price - Cheapest Product Free - Selected Frozen Products
Offer valid for delivery from 24/01/2023 until 13/02/2023

Offer valid for delivery from 24/01/2023 until 13/02/2023
Each fillet oven baked contains
13%of the reference intake

18%of the reference intake

6%of the reference intake

1%of the reference intake

23%of the reference intake
of the reference intake*
Typical values per 100g: Energy 844kJ

Product Description
Alaska pollock fillets in batter
Responsibly sourced fish for life®
Our fish for life® programme makes sure all our fish is responsibly sourced. To see how we do the right things to conserve fish for future generations visit youngsseafood.co.uk
Restaurant Quality Fish
Our Gastro range is the best way to create your own restaurant experience at home.
Natural Source of Omega 3
100% Fillet
Pack size: 270G
Natural Source of Omega 3
Alaska Pollock Fillet (58%) (Fish), Wheat Flour [Wheat Flour, Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Niacin (B3), Thiamin (B1)], Rapeseed Oil, Water, Gram Flour, Potato Starch, Wheat Starch, Salt, Maltodextrin, Raising Agents: Diphosphates, Sodium Bicarbonate, Mustard Flour, Wheat Gluten, Cocoa Butter, Onion Powder, Garlic Powder, Yeast Extract, Flavouring (contains Mustard), Sunflower Oil, Spice Extract

Allergy Information
For allergens, including Cereals containing Gluten, see ingredients in bold.
Store at -18°C or belowDo not re-freeze once defrosted Keep frozen

Cooking Instructions
Oven cook
Instructions: Our Light & Crispy Fish Fillets are best oven baked straight from your freezer. Ensure product is piping hot throughout before serving. All appliances vary, these are guidelines only.
21 mins to oven bake 220°C/Fan 200°C/Gas Mark 7
Pre-heat the oven and a baking tray. Remove all packaging. Place product on the baking tray in the centre of the oven and cook for 21 minutes.

Produce of
Made in the UK

Preparation and Usage
Try serving these Light & Crispy Fish Fillets with skinny fries & homemade tartare sauce.
Enjoy with a bottle of well chilled IPA
Number of uses
Pack contains 2 servings

Caution! Although extra care has been taken to remove all bones, some may remain.
Recycling info
Pack. Recycle
Tesco More details at Tesco

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Edited by a community support team member, 24 January 2023
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  1. RedXI's avatar
    Got these and they're nothing like any tempura I've ever had before. Taste and texture is a lot more like breadcrumbs than batter, which is fine for me but not for others in my family who only like batter. More fish for me I suppose.
  2. paulgovier's avatar
    They used to be quite nice, but the last 6 months or so the fish has been horrible. Voted hot as good price, but won't be buying.
  3. yorkie12's avatar
    We never buy any frozen products described as just 'Fish' , don't like the taste. Now if they were Cod or Haddock that would be different. That said this is a good deal if you like 'Fish' (edited)
    bellboys's avatar
    And, sadly, so would the price! (edited)
  4. john_n3MU's avatar
    Alaska pollock fillets in batter 58%........It is fish and purchasing conserves more popular stocks. It's the remaining 42% batter/bread(or whatever) that worries me. so Enjoy. HOT OP. I'm in. (edited)
  5. Besford's avatar
    Pollock - no thanks.
  6. RedXI's avatar
    Ordered. Thanks @bellboys , I like me a bit of pollock
    bellboys's avatar
    Very welcome (edited)
  7. garry141's avatar
    Great deal but would be better if you could mix and match
    bellboys's avatar
    You can but I picked this out as it combines a good club card price and the multi buy.

  8. rauca's avatar
    Price-wise it's tempting but the reviews on Tesco & Waitrose only give it 3/5.
    bellboys's avatar
    TBF I suspect most of those will have been at a much higher price than this.
  9. Cyb's avatar
    Interesting how more and more offers are buy <a load more> for £x
    bellboys's avatar
    It seems to be what Tesco have decided to do as the vast majority of their club card offers now are multi buys. The best ones are the ones that combine a club card price and multi buy and TBF they are mix and match.

    Pretty sure the other supermarkets will be following Tesco's lead here (edited)
  10. Just-Blondie's avatar
    These are always on offer in Iceland and you don’t need to buy 5
    bellboys's avatar
    You got a link please?
  11. Adddddd's avatar
    Looks a bit fishy to me
  12. bluesuns2's avatar
    Tempura and basal are pound for pound the cheapest fish we sell in this country and there's a reason for that
    bellboys's avatar
    Is tempura a fish?
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