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In my quest to a better diet I have found salmon invaluable - however the tiny piddling amount in the tesco individual frozen salmon is pathetic. Skinless and about 2oz!Do any of the other supermarkets do a bigger size?
My friend used to buy portions from farmfoods that were a good size and tasty.
We get ours from Ikea of all places. Also M&S do nice ones.
Thanks, M&S here I come (ikea is a good hour away and I haven't seen a farm foods in years)
Iceland salmon portions look ok.
You do know you can have more than one at a time right?
2 are too many
I get the fresh ones from Aldi & freeze those. Pack of 2 is about 220g? Really good quality
The Sainsbury’s ones are awful. Definitely avoid!
(Aldi do frozen too but when I’ve tried them in the past they’ve been a bit dry & sad)
We buy a whole side from Costco and portion it up for the freezer.
Iceland ones are good
Tescos ones are crap, come out dry and tasteless no matter how carefully you cook them. Get a side from the fish counter and portion, freeze them yourself.
buy a whole side of salmon cosco do great ones and then potion it urself into freezer bags.its changed our lives!
SpoonBlender great minds
Parigii I had no idea Ikea did salmon besides gravadlax - went yesterday and on the strength of your comment found it in the freezers (along with a thousand other things I didn't know I needed...) thanks for the tip, it looks great!
You're welcome! It's a treasure trove of stuff, my freezer is full of potato rosti, cheese pies and three different kinds of meatballs
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