Most of us should try to eat more fish. It’s healthy, low in fat, and a good source of omega 3 fatty acids. But not everyone knows what to do with a piece of fish, apart from frying it, which of course, isn’t the healthiest way to cook food. And smothering fish in fattening sauces doesn’t help the waistline much either. This is where good old boil in the bag fish steaks can help you out. These fish steaks in butter sauce are made by Ross and are exceptionally low in calories despite the butter sauce.
Each box contains 4 frozen fish steaks with the fish in question being Pollock. Unfortunately, fish accounts for only 49 percent of each bag and the rest is sauce. Although the fish and sauce tastes nice, the sauce is quite watery. It does however, make a quick, healthy and low calorie meal and it goes well with Aunt Bessie’s mashed potato and some steamed vegetables.
Available in larger supermarkets in the freezer section.
Nutritional Information: Per steak: 111 calories, 14.8g protein, 3.6g carbohydrate, 2.1g sugar, 4.2g fat, 2.8g saturates, 1.1g salt, 114mg omega 3. Suitable for vegetarians.