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a long fillet of fish breaded and fried

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Yes, you read it correctly - EUR10 for a child's portion of just FOUR fish fingers and a spoonful of mash.
Birds Eye are confident that it will be able to source sustainable cod in the future to ensure cod remains part of it portfolio, primarily for its flagship Captain Birds Eye Cod Fillet Fish Fingers.
And a century later, the fish fingers are still going strong.
Fish fingers INGREDIENTS: 1kg of white fish; 1 shallot finally diced; Juice and zest of one lemon; 1 bunch of chives; 4 tsp of salt; 1 tsp of pepper; 1 tbsp of dry mash METHOD: Place shallot with a small amount of olive oil and cook until soft.
The campaign emphasised the quality of ingredients used in Birds Eye Fish Fingers, Chicken Dippers and Garden Peas.
Shallow-fry the fish fingers until golden brown and finish in the oven until hot through.
For their evening meal, patients on the children's ward can be given items such as fish fingers, chicken goujons and vegetarian sausages at the discretion of the ward sister.
The research found that mothers often ate meals similar to their children, with favourites including fish fingers, bangers and mash and spaghetti letters.
Nienstedt has been supplying flexible conversion systems that produce fish fingers, portions and shapes from standard blocks for some time - but this twist is something brand new altogether.
So we've put everyday staples, including fish fingers and sausages, to the ultimate Cash Queens test to see if we can taste the difference or if the everyday ranges are just as good.
Captain Birdseye has been demoted after 47 years as the public face of fish fingers.
Around 14,000 pupils in 103 schools across Cardiff have been tucking into sustainable fish fingers for their school dinners on a supersize fishy Friday.
Seafish has been fielding questions about the content of value' fish fingers and the process of creating 'laminated blocks' from which the fingers are cut.