It doesn’t mention what type of fish exactly, just ‘skinless boneless formed fish portions’. I would assume it’s not cod, but instead a cheaper white fish such as coley.
You cook them in their bag, either in a saucepan of simmering water for 20 minutes or around four minutes in a microwave. The fish comes out as a rectangular block. Its colour is slightly grey in parts so I am more inclined to think it is coley.
|Frozen prior to cooking|
The fish itself accounts for 50% of the pack and doesn’t have a strong flavour, possibly because of the sauce. The sauce has a good amount of seasoning which is acceptable to children’s palates, but it’s not bland and has a creamy consistency which isn't too runny.
Serving it up with baby potatoes and vegetables makes a healthy, low calorie meal. Morrisons Savers Fish in Sauce is low in salt and sugar and has a medium fat level (due to the butter in the sauce).
Available in the freezer section of Morrison supermarkets.
Nutrition Information per pouch: 188 calories, 14g protein, 5.7g carbohydrates, 3.5g sugars, 12.2g fat, 5.9g saturates, 0g fibre, 0.8g salt.
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