Posted on | June 16, 2012 | 3 Comments
gluten free version of fish sticks, I thought why not give it a try. I found Dr. Praeger”s Potato Crusted Fishies at my local grocery store for $4.59.
The company is run by a cardiac surgeon who set out to create healthy foods that are kosher. He has other products, two of which are gluten free: fish sticks and fish fillets.This product is specially made with children in mind, hence the fish shape and small size.
To prepare, they direct to either cook in a 425 degree oven for seven minutes on each side, or fry in vegetable oil. I opted to bake them in the oven. I poured my
desired amount on a cookie sheet and placed it in the oven. Once they were done, I noticed that they browned nicely on each side forming a crisp crust. After letting them cool I gave them a try. The crust had a nice flavor of light potato and a bit of salt and pepper.
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It did not overpower the filling at all. However, I felt disappointed with the filling. The texture of the filling reminded me of mashed potatoes. It was creamy, and not at all what I expected. I was hoping for a mini-fillet in the middle, not a fish mash. The fish taste was light, which I suppose works well for children.
These gluten free fishies were hit and miss with my son. At times he liked it, other times he threw it on the floor.
Rating: 3 stars
Pros: crisp potato crust, light fish taste, all natural ingredients
Cons: the filling is more a fish mash then real fish fillet
Ingredients: minced pollock (wild) potato flakes, potatoes, potato starch, expeller pressed canola oil, eggs, salt, garlic, brown
strings… Amount propecia 1mg or 5mg when stays contaminating.
sugar, black pepper
Nutritional Snapshot (3 fishies): 80 calories, 4g fat, 7g carbohydrates, 4g protein
Want to try Dr. Praeger”s gluten free fishies?
Check the frozen food section of your local grocer or visit glutenfreemall.com