Delicious portions of cod in a traditional crispy battered coating have that authentic flavor you'd find only in an old English pub. Prebrowned, these go from your oven to your table in just minutes. Just add the chips and you've got an honest-to-goodness fish and chips dinner. Approximately 10 to 12 portions per bag.
Pub-Style Cod Product Information & Preparation Instructions:
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Do Not Thaw
Preheat oven to 425° degrees. Place cod portions in a single layer in shallow baking pan. Bake uncovered for 15 to 17 minutes. Turn half way through cooking time for crisper fillets. Fish is fully cooked when it reaches an internal temperature of 165°F.
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Read what our customers say
Absolutely tasty! Very easy to make.
Carolyn M. - Woodland Hills, CA
Anita B. - Salisbury, MD
Distinctive taste of freshness as compared with frozen fish purchased in a supermarket. Delicious and quick prep. Can't beat that!
Tesalla G. - Howard Beach, NY
Excellent fish and so easy to fix
Antionette W. - Salyer, CA
Carolyn C. - Stratford, CT
They were great!
Debra H. - Temperance, MI
my family scarved it down like they were starving
Patricia B. - Willows, CA
Breading is excellent
Alfonzo W. - Aurora, IL
These make fantastic traditional fish sandwiches! Delish!
Karen S. - Raleigh, NC
I love these pub-style cod pieces. They are delicious and easy to prepare.
Constance M. - Lompoc, CA
The cod was delicious. My son, who doesn't normally eat fish, enjoyed eating this pub-style cod.
Chantel C. - Fort Mill, SC
My fussy 8 year old loves this. Very delicious...
Glenn & Joanne F. - Palm Coast, FL
My grandchildren love these for fish taco's!!
Bennie R. D. - Ninety Six, SC
Pub Style Cod-
Soooo good. Have had several family "fish and chips" dinners, for my Irish/ English relatives, and all agree these are terrific. Most of family don't
care for fish but, when we say we're making these, they all line up. Light
and flaky crust and great cod. Order them all the time
Peggy R. - Rye, NY
Carol J. - Anaheim, CA
First time having cod. I did like them and dipped them in sweet thai chilli sauce.
Tamara P. - Nashville, TN
Nancy T. - Corpus Christi, TX
This is best for when I forgot to thaw out something for dinner.
Kathleen G. - Pennsville, NJ
Nice amount of fish.
Audrey C. - De Peyster, NY
My husband eats these at least 3 times a week and never seems to tire of
them. He makes sandwiches out of them (two will fit on a slice of bread. He grills the bread with Swiss cheese and adds tartar sauce.
Linda H. - Casa Grande, AZ
Easy fish and chips and taste great.
Marie B. - Greybull, WY
We LOVE these flaky, crispy pieces of fish in yummy fish tacos.
Mellonee D. - Magnolia, MS
This is one of my mainstays. I live alone and this makes such an easy meal with a potato and green vegetable or salad. Just line a baking pan with aluminum foil, spray with olive oil and stick in the oven. Love the taste of the filets--always fresh. Highly recommend.
Edie M. - Baton Rouge, LA
great tasting fish very generous portions if you like fish, try it !
Cynthia N L. - Warrior Run, PA
Charles S. - Burnet, TX