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Community Level 6jedimaster...

jedimastergray73

The Day I Discovered Something Fishy At The Captain's Table ! Review with images

AdvantagesA very tasty fish finger made from 100% Wild Pink Salmon Fillet !!!

Disadvantages... but the fish fingers themselves are 42% breadcrumbs and water !!!

"=== Introduction === We first bought Birdseye Salmon Fish Fingers a couple of months ago. It wasn’t a product that we had seen advertised and they weren’t on our shopping list either. They were simply something we “discovered” whilst looking for something tasty for our baby boy whilst shopping at Asda. He doesn’t really seem to like eating meat but enjoys fish … so when we saw 10 Birdseye Salmon Fish Fingers were only £2.50 we bought a box for ..." Read review
28.10.2009

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Community Level 6oldchem

oldchem

Does that mean you're all pink underneath? Review with images

AdvantagesEncourage children to eat better food

DisadvantagesNone I supppose

"== BIRDS EYE SALMON FISH FINGERS == Go on, you know that you've all seen it and all laughed at it!! The sexy fish finger!! A fish finger slinks towards two others and introduces 'herself' in a sultry voice as the new salmon fish finger. One of the others asks if that means she is all pink underneath. Does she blush like a real lady, oh no, not this little hussy. She unzips her gorgeous coat of breadcrumbs to reveal a hot pink, ..." Read review
29.10.2009

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Community Level 5stephbond89

stephbond89

Captain Birdseye does it again!

AdvantagesVery tasty, great new product!

DisadvantagesThe Iceland version are £1.50 cheaper and just as delicious!!!

"Birdseye Salmon Fish Fingers I actually started buying salmon fish fingers when I saw them in Iceland, they were actually the Iceland own brand, and were £1 for 10 fish fingers. I’m not really a fish finger/chicken nuggets person, and I am one of those who will feed kids what I eat minus the extra salt, and if they don’t like it then tough, they’ll get it for breakfast the next morning, then lunch, then dinner again until it’s gone. But as I don’t ..." Read review
28.10.2009

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Community Level 2superstar1...

superstar141994

Get your omega 3, get a box of birds eye salmon fish fingers! Review with images

AdvantagesVery delicious, great appearance, easy to prepare

Disadvantagesvery processed and refined, a little expensive

"...never been a consumer of birds eye products, as i think their foods always look very processed and refined, the box of salmon fish fingers really caught my eye. I tried to resist the urge to shove it in to my shopping trolley, but the mouth watering picture on the front really didn't help matters. so eventually, i decided i would give it a try and see how it tasted. The price Shopping in my favorite supermarket- Asda, a box of 10 (280g) were priced ..." Read review
27.10.2009

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Community Level 7CareBear

CareBear

Not a load of Pollocks

AdvantagesOily fish is good for you

DisadvantagesCrumb is overly dry

"...a new offering from the Birds Eye stable - salmon fish fingers. I should state that I'm not a fan of convenience foods and fish fingers are particularly easy to make but, with a toddler, it's useful to have something tucked in the freezer for a quick lunch or tea. Salmon, as an oily fish, is a great meal for children (and adults) and so these fish fingers appealed more than the regular cod (or more commonly, Pollock) offerings. The fish ..." Read review
01.11.2009

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Aye Aye Cap'n Birds Eye

AdvantagesTasty

DisadvantagesProcessed

"...fish using fingers? But now Birds Eye Fish Fingers have grown up with the arrival of pink salmon fish fingers. Salmon is brilliant. Tasty, healthy and a nice colour. I love it. So without a second thought or a backward glance these babes were quickly dumped in the shopping trolley, transported to the kitchen, fried (cos they're better that way) and sandwiched between two slices of wholemeal. In case you're from Mars (Venus for girls) or even ..." Read review
04.10.2009

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In the pink!

Advantagessee review

Disadvantagessee review

"...positive reviews about the new Birds Eye Salmon fish fingers I decided to try them for myself. Birds Eye have clearly been listening to research that shows that children’s tastes are becoming more sophisticated and decided to make the popular fish finger more upmarket. The fish fingers come in an attractive eye catching box. The picture on the front shows the pink salmon contained inside a golden coloured fish finger. Each box contains 10 salmon ..." Read review
03.10.2009

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Birds Eye Salmon Fish Fingers : A potential treat!

AdvantagesGood quality fish, no bones, no grey bits

DisadvantagesA little too dry, strongly flavoured, expensive

"...but as a new-ish product, Birds Eye Salmon Fish Fingers caught my eye in Sainsbury's deep freeze the other day - naturally a pack sort of jumped into my trolley! The pack is of very similar design to Birds Eye Cod Fish Fingers, except that the predominant colour is a salmon pink. The back of the box shows nutritional information, ingredients, dietary/allergy advice, storage/cooking instructions (oven bake or grill) and basic general dietary guidelines. I ..." Read review
26.10.2009

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Fab fish fingers!

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Disadvantages-

"I love fish fingers, but I'm pretty fussy about what I eat, and whilst with many products I'm happy to just go with the cheapest brand available, fish fingers for me are always Birdseye. Most cheap fish fingers tend to be made from the mysterious 'Minced White Fish' which has the texture of mashed up cardboard and tastes like licking a sweaty armpit. You're probably thinking I'm exaggerating there, after all, nobody makes a habit of licking armpits ..." Read review
28.08.2009

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Nothing fishy about this salmon....its great!

AdvantagesEverything and they come from sustainable sources

DisadvantagesNone for us at all!

"...and contact details for Birds Eye are given. Nice enough and informative box this is and of course they are home freezable too. The fingers: Basically you can cook these in all the usual ways, me I grilled mine and they took just a few minutes from frozen. The fingers are oblong in shape and not all that long or thick and when cooked the breadcrumbs go a light golden colour, cling onto the salmon they have inside of them well and they smell....well ..." Read review
11.03.2014

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A tasty little dish

AdvantagesNice and tasty

DisadvantagesNone as yet

"It had been years since I'd had a fish finger so when I saw Salmon one's advertised for £2.00 in ASDA I just had to give them a go. Well strictly speaking the rather amusing advert had previously brought them to my attention but I didn't give them much thought till I saw I was getting 10 for £2.00.....................20p each they must be pretty poor for that price. Well no they are surprisingly good and an excellent little dish. They look and ..." Read review
01.10.2009

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A Delightful Fishfinger to grace any plate

AdvantagesTasty

Disadvantagesexpensive

"What a discovery I found one day when I went to the supermarket. I was wanting something quick and easy and in the freezer at Tescos I found lying there a packet of salmon fishfingers so I pounced on them straight away and hurriedly went to the checkout and paid for them.The cost was about £2.49 which was I thought expensive for fish fingers but they were salmon. You cook them in the same way as other fishfingers either under the grill or oven. I ..." Read review
01.11.2009

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Community Level 1dandan1983

dandan1983

58% Salmon

AdvantagesA tasty quick and easy alternative to a "normal" fish finger

DisadvantagesNot as healthy as you think or 100% wild salmon

"...the healthy fish meal that Birds Eye would have us believe. When I have the time I prefer to make my own fish in breadcrumbs using wholemeal breadcrumbs and fresh fish. However these are a useful addition to the freezer and great when you need to prepare something in a hurry. ..." Read review
29.10.2009

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Community Level 1shellshorses

shellshorses

Quick Fish Fix!

AdvantagesQuick, healthy, easy to prepare and versatile for all the family

DisadvantagesNone

"I tend to eat quite a lot of fish, but as I cook for myself only I usually want something quick but tasty and gives me the nutrional values too. I tried these Salmon fish fingers some months back as a 'different' way to eat salmon. Usually I buy fillets and steam them or bake them but the fish fingers offered a diffent way and definately a quick way of making my meal. They are rich in the usual nutirents and of course in the all important Omega nutrients. ..." Read review
29.10.2009

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Community Level 1fwish1978

fwish1978

Yummy in my tummy

Advantagessalmon was tasty, very crispy bread crumbs

Disadvantagesonly 58% salmon and 42% ?? not listed birds eye needs to sort this out.

"My children picked out these salmon fish fingers from a tesco store a few weeks ago.The fish fingers come in an attractive eye catching box. Good marketing as my kids spotted them!! Each box contains 10 salmon fish fingers. I paid £2 from Tesco, cheaper on the day than the omega 3 fish fingers we normally buy. The information on the outside of the box says that the fish fingers are made from wild salmon. My kids will not eat salmon, but really enjoyed ..." Read review
29.10.2009

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