Heron makes me horny
So much foooood (lol)
Heron makes me horny
So much foooood (lol)
That's why Heron have got their hands on them. Nice deal if you like them though
Doesn't get good reviews on the Birds Eye website! https://www.birdseye.co.uk/products/2-steak-ale-pies-with-a-roast-potato-top
Steak & Ale pie... with... a... potato roof?
Lovely don’t you just love Heron(y)
Heat for potato waffles. always!
Waffles for under a pound 🔥🔥🔥
love these lashed in the toaster with egg and beans on top (y)
Love these, a proper council tea
Same with Birmingham. Never have the offers in.
£1.50 for a portion of a pollock.
Good deal and I will vote hot but the memory of trying these still haunts me. I literally gipped as I scrolled down and saw the product image. Great deal for anyone who does like them though
I'm inspired to try some.
This deal is a lot of Pollocks :)
Love these! :)
A much better deal would be 28 for £3.00 at Morrisons Link here
Fish fingers are more batter than fish these days (fierce)
A big yellow sticker shouting, Omega 3, but no mention of the Pollock content inside.
They’re great in curry/chilli. Great price!
Now these look interesting
These are quite possibly the worst burgers i have ever tried. They are really greasy, taste awful and you can taste them for hours after eating. I honestly wouldn't recommend you get them and like others have said, you're better off with higher quality burgers
From what I remember of these they were flatter than Keira Knightly! I don't know about the Aldi and Lidl burgers others have mentioned but the point they make is probably correct: according to Which? you are often better off buying supermarket standard burgers, sausages, etc because they are cheaper in p/100g of meat than many of the brands and budget ranges. This is because brands and budget ranges tend to be bulked out with fillers and have quite a low meat content. Go for better quality and if you like onions with your burgers finely slice a couple and put them in a pan on a low heat for 20 mins. Stir occasionally but don't worry if they catch a bit and caramelise (that's a professional chef term for burnt ;) ) - those are the tasty bits!
Or Lidl - these are not really steak mince either! You need one Aldi/Lidl burger for every 2-3 of these, so I feel even for the extra your actually paying the same for something with far more meat and less fat.
I like naughty
Eh, 2oz burgers and 20% of it isn't meat. Best frozen burgers are the aldi finest ones, 99% beef, quarter pounders, £1.75 for 4.
I've had this before with Morrison's, the shelf has an offer price but charged full price. I went to the customer service desk and let them know and got refunded the money
Did you mention to the staff?
I got charged full price for these despite the tag saying the offer. Grr
Go for the cod!!!!!!!!!!!!
Your looking at the cod fish fingers
Will these be OK for my new chav, celebrity lifestyle vegan diet that I'm into at the moment because they all are on TV, in a hopeless attempt to make me feel better about my crappy little life?
Iceland do bags of 8 (760g) for £2, so half the price of these. Southern Fried, Garlic & Herb, Hot & Spicy, and Breaded.
never see those again thanks to Jamie "Oil"iver
Turkey Twizzlers? One can wish!
I did notice the steam bit and wondered if that were the case, lol
Picked up Steam (excited) (excited)
Heat fantastic Game
er, gaming deal? :o lol
Here's how fish fingers are made, would've thought these have similar process: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09l60v0
It's copy and paste just FYI... you cant cut and paste from a website.
Coming from someone that cuts and pastes Birdseyes website? Fair enough. People can make their own minds up. People like you can’t be helped. Enjoy your chicken fingers.
Your entire argument is based on your own assumptions (guess work at best)... Not a single fact in "probably made in the EU" or "doubt the farmers are British" or "I'd wager"... Then you make things up like "no mention of what the birds have been fed or are injected with". If you have had 25 years in the nutrition industry you have wasted a quarter of a century because you have no idea what you are talking about.
That law applies to MSM in the UK. If the meat was outsourced, how many would mention it? The meat most likely comes from countries that aren’t even EU members or ones that get around our laws, this maximises profit. There is also no mention of the birds are kept or what they’ve been fed or injected with. There is nothing I’d eat or feed my children that was only 43% of what is actually should be. These heavily processed convenience foods are really bad for you, my previous posts explain why. These facts are irrefutable.
Great price thanks, these will help feed my family on our budget... Budget, my Mrs favorite word.... Not
That's Brill, I just needed time to Mullet over, you probably think i'm a cheeky Basa!!
Cod you reeled me in good and proper. I was all Tench waiting for a response. You did it on Porpoise I bet.
It was just a load of Pollocks I was typing for the Halibut!!
Probably only local its this time of year they start to make room for the christmas stuff.If your in your local super market over the next few weeks it might be worth looking as you could pick up a few bargains.Only problem is your going to need the freezer space at home aswell,but theres plenty of Teatimes before then.
4 for £1 all year @ Asda
Thanks I’ll give them a go (y)
You should go for chicken fillet burgers they are better and fills you up, the taste is delicious compared to this
That's the weeks dinner sorted! (y)
Is this only online as in my local Iceland there was no reduction ?
Excellent price for a excellent product.
Yes - it's the Cod's Pollox.
Well pollock is part of the cod family.
No, it's just that Birds Eye usually hide the fish species by describing their fish fingers as 'Omega 3'. They don't seem to have bothered with these. Nothing wrong with Pollock nutritionally but it's not prime fish - hence the price. At least it's fillet, not minced beaks and feet! :)
In Tesco is well
Was supposed to say Tesco I think. Dunno what happened there.
I don't have a track nearby. What's a track?
This is a great price for a fish finger sandwich
This is a scam, fish don't have fingers...do your research!!
Can we have Fish fingers 4 inch long, full of cod, chunky tasty,not something that would shame a Blindman with no appetite !
Tesco's fictitious half price, these sell for £1 normal price at Iceland, everyday, though 250g but is 62% fish, so it is 7g less fish. Alaska Pollock Fillet (Fish) (62%), Breadcrumb (Wheat Flour, Water, Salt, Yeast, Paprika, Turmeric), Rapeseed Oil, Wheat Flour, Water, Salt, Potato Starch https://groceries.iceland.co.uk/birds-eye-10-fish-fingers-250g/p/57819 stock up on these , or don't even bother as it is this price every day.
Ingredients Alaska Pollock (Fish) (58%), Breadcrumb (Wheat Flour, Water, Salt, Yeast, Paprika, Turmeric), Rapeseed Oil, Water, Wheat Flour, Potato Starch, Salt, Refined Fish Oil
Voted hot and bought
Little known fact. The Alphabites pieces spell out 'waffley versatile' End of fact news...
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