My family practices fasting during lent. This means no meat on Fridays leading up to Easter. For lunch this is relatively easy as my kids love fish sticks and would eat them every day if I served them. But dinners are a little more challenging as I try to make a more significant tasty meal when my husband is home. Thankfully Gorton’s sent me some “Real Solutions” to my dinnertime woes with their all new Artisan Fillets.
These delicious fillets are all made with wild-caught Alaska Pollock, plus real bold ingredients like chilies, peppercorns, and crushed tortilla chips for an extra pop of flavor that makes a family-pleasing dinner time solution.
Available in four different varieties I was anxious to try them out. They offer:
- Roasted Garlic & Italian Herb
- Lemon & Cracked Peppercorn
- Southwest Tortilla
- Southern Style
The fillets baked up fabulously in just 17 minutes. The crust was golden brown and crunchy. My husband and I both loved the flavor of these fillets. What I loved even more was that each fillet is only 160 calories. My children liked them too and gobbled them up. I will say the fish was slightly mushier than I had hoped, not exactly flaky, but the flavor definitely made up for the texture.
I did have a little difficulty finding the New Artisan Fillets. They are not currently carried in any of the local grocery stores, but they did have them at our Walmart Supercenter.
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Disclosure: I received a prize package including coupons and cutting board for purpose of this review however all thoughts remain my own.