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A light plaice fillet coated in golden breadcrumbs. Served with boiled potatoes and peas.
Ideal for any day of the week.
|Weight:||380g per portion|
Suitable for Low Salt diet
One of your Five A Day
|Dietary info:||Egg Free, Cheese Free, Soya Free, Tomato Free, Garlic Free, Onion Free, Mushroom Free, Alcohol Free, Mustard Free, Beef Free, Shellfish Free, Sulphites Free, Celery Free|
Mrs Fisher, lancs
"this was nice and the portion is good also"
Dr Youell, Camberley
"The plaice has been consistently juicy, fresh, quite thick and my favourite; excellent. But boiled potatoes never seem to cook well and are not the best potato accompaniment; mash or chips or fried potato cubes please. Adrien"
Ms Gregory, TROWBRIDGE
"This is a delicious meal but from personal preference would prefer croquette potatoes rather than boiled ones which tend to be a bit hard at times."
Mr Ellingsworth, WARMINSTER
"A delicious piece of fish. I found the mass of peas rather unexciting and would have liked to see a few beans mixed in, or maybe a little diced swede. However, this is still one of my favourites and well worth a four star rating."
Mr Hollaway, PRESTON
"I agree entirely with Dr. Youell - a very good meal somewhat spoiled by the potatoes. Mash or fried potato cubes would give a rating of excellent."
Miss Allton, Coventry
"Was nicely surprised, have not ordered plaice for a while, plaice is tastier and breadcrumbs made well"
Mrs Poynton, London Road
"found the peas hard, and there were too many of them,and the potatoes were hard as well. Agree with others, would be better with mash or diced potatoes and more varied vegetables"
Mr KING, Leyburn
"Although this meal is a favourite of mine I feel it could be improved by the addition of another vegetable possibly carrot."
Mrs ORROCK, Arbroath
"The plaice is brilliant, but I agree with the other reviews, the boiled potatoes spoil this meal. I agree with dr. Youell, chips or pried potato cubes would be loads better. sandra orrock - arbroath"
Mr Hannon, Dunston
"A very nice meal (including the boiled potatoes) it`s going on my `favourites list`."
Mr Barber, Clare Sudbury
"Nice meal but need gravy or sauce."
Mrs Trim, Stonehouse
"Love the fish its my favorite, but i agree about the potatoes, it makes a very dry meal...i always add loads of butter.."
Mr cooper, Luton
"This has to be my favourite meal so far. The plaice tastes fantastic and thee just about the right amount of potatoes and peas. I loved the fact that it wasn't with chips or mash - made a lovely change. Keep it up 10/10"
Mr cooper, Luton
"My absolute favourite - plaice is thick and juicy and potatoes just right - love it"
Mr Sharman, Twickenham
"This is one of my favourite meals."
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|Ingredients:||potato (39%), breaded plaice (34%) [plaice (FISH) (60%), WHEAT flour (with calcium, iron, niacin, thiamin), water, maize flour, sunflower oil, rapeseed oil, yeast, salt, WHEAT starch, potato starch, dextrose, lactose (MILK), MILK proteins, pepper, thickener (E464)], peas (26%), vegetable oils (rapeseed & palm in varying proportions with vitamins A, D, E), Allergy Advice: For allergens see ingredients in CAPITALS., Product may contain bone|
|Of which saturates:||(2.5g)|
|Of which sugars:||(5.7g)|
|Please always check the product label for definitive product information.|
Cooking guidelines (all ovens may vary): Pre-heated oven 160°C/325°F/Mark 3-4. If fan assisted 140°C/275°F. Typically 35-40 mins or until piping hot.
Cook from frozen. Position the plastic container in the centre of the microwave oven. Cook on FULL power.
|Power rating||Cook time||Standing time|
|700 Watt/Category D||8 mins||2 mins|
|800 Watt/Category E||7 mins||2 mins|
|900 Watt/Category E||6 mins||2 mins|
If you use our Mikrofix microwaves then this meal requires number 13