If you’re looking for an easy way to make fish and chips at home, these Janes Tavern Battered Haddock Fillets will get you halfway there! Will these frozen fish sticks trick you into thinking you’re eating fried fish from your favorite pub? Keep reading for the answer to that question and everything else you want to know.
Other fish products from Costco are the Kirkland Signature Fish and Chips Meal Kit, Kirkland Signature Wild Caught Atlantic Cod, Kirkland Signature Stuffed Salmon, Trident Wild Pink Pacific Salmon Burgers, Kirkland Signature Tilapia Loins, Kirkland Signature Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon, Dom Reserve Singles Steelhead Salmon Poke, Kirkland Signature Everything Seasoning Cod and the High Liner Miso Glazed Cod.
Location in Store
This is located in the freezer aisle at Costco, near all the other frozen fish products. The item number is 352302.
When I think of classic fish sticks that kids seem to love so much, this product is what comes to mind. There’s a thick layer of breading on it that separates and comes off of the fish when you cut the haddock with a fork or knife.
The layer right between the fish and crunchy outside is a bit soggy which I didn’t love. The breading is seasoned well, it’s not too salty and turned out pretty crispy just after being baked in my oven. I think using my air fryer would make it even better.
The haddock itself under the breading is light, flaky, moist and pretty bland but in a good way! It doesn’t taste fishy at all.
The 1.26-kilogram box costs $18.99 Canadian which isn’t cheap but my bag has 16 fillets in it so that could make at least pr around (depending on how much everyone eats) two meals for a family of four.
I baked the battered haddock in my oven but next time I’d probably use my air fryer. This needs to be kept in the freezer and the best-before date is about 10 months from when I purchased it.
This pairs well with fries, coleslaw, steamed vegetables like peas, salad, rice and any potato sides. I think kids will definitely enjoy these because they’re like a classic fish stick.
Two fillets contain 320 calories, 19 grams of fat, 21 grams of carbohydrates, one gram of fibre, one gram of sugar, 16 grams of protein and 480 milligrams of sodium.
the ingredients list is pretty much what you’d expect for a frozen breaded fish product. Some of the ingredients I don’t love seeing are the canola oil, moidified palm oil, whey powder and soy protein isolate.
The haddock contains beer, milk, wheat and soy, so it’s not gluten-free or dairy-free.
Give it a try!
As I said, these are a classic fish stick. I think people who like fish and chips will enjoy them.
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