LEMON BUTTER SAUCE
SENSATIONAL WITH HERB CRUSTED SALMON
A TWIST ON OUR CLASSIC SALMON FILLETS, THIS LITTLE PINK NUMBER IS EMBELLISHED WITH HERBS TO CREATE A COMPLEMENTARY CRUST - PERFECT WHEN PAIRED WITH OUR LEMON BUTTER SAUCE.
Ready when you are, our Herb Crusted Salmon goes from freezer to fork in just 27 minutes. Serve with grilled asparagus, cherry tomatoes and a simple side of new potatoes, for a fuss-free meal, on demand.
To cook from frozen: Remove all the packaging, putting the sauce sachet to one side for later. For minimum fuss, we've also included a handy over-bake bag.
Oven-cook: Find your oven bag and follow the directions.
Fan oven: 170°C /Conventional oven: 190°C/Gas mark 5 for 27 mins.
Alternatively you can always cook your fish in a loose foil parcel, wrap sperately and follow the directions above.
Leave to stand for 1 minute. Check the fish is piping hot before serving.
To heat, place the sachet in a pan of boiling water for 8 minutes. Careful when open it.
Here's a list of all of the lovely ingredients within this product: Herb Crusted Salmon (85%) (Salmon salar) (FISH), sugar, spices (MUSTARD, black pepper, turmeric), salt, honey powder, cornflour, garlic powder, dill, parsely, acidity regulator (citric acid), yeast extract, stabiliser (xantham gum), lemon oil, caramelised sugar, paprika extract, dill extract), water, double cream (MILK), butter (MILK), lemon juice, cornflour, onion, spirit vinegar, salt, lemon zest, cayenne pepper, turmeric, white pepper.
For allergens, see ingredients in BOLD. Our Salmon is responsibly farmed in Norwary, Scotland and Iceland. While we've aimed to remove all the bones, please be careful just in case we've missed one.
Interested in nutrition? These typical values are based upon per 100g serving:
- Energy 932KJ/244kcal
- Fat 15.0g
- of which saturates 3.1g
- Carbohydrate 5.2g
- of which sugars 2.5g
- Fibre 1.0g
- Protein 17.5g
- Salt 0.8g
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