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Question about fish fingers....................

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BubblesDeVere Wed 12-Jan-05 11:49:38

I know its a daft question but, do you think that these would be alright cooked on a george forman?

serenity Wed 12-Jan-05 11:50:47

DSis does them on hers, no probs.

Fancy a fishfinger sandwich for lunch now...

Mothernature Wed 12-Jan-05 11:51:04

Do fish have finger's? sorry don't know I would guess so if they are pure fish as fish does not take long to cook..

Yorkiegirl Wed 12-Jan-05 11:51:31

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serenity Wed 12-Jan-05 11:52:30

Oh no, fishfingers, cheese and mayonnaise....

gingerbear Wed 12-Jan-05 11:52:53

fish finger sarnie aka Scruff's Sandwich in our house.
Yum. Got to be tomato ketchup though.

BubblesDeVere Wed 12-Jan-05 11:58:38

Fabulous, you must all be mind readers, thats what dd2 wants, so I am going to point it up and have it with her lol.

I love fish finger, mayonnaise and lettuce sandwiches, but just having it with Tomato Ketchup as not got as many points.

suzywong Wed 12-Jan-05 12:02:56

Mmmmmm fishfinger sandwiches with tartar sauce and ketchup

gingerbear Wed 12-Jan-05 12:04:23

Hello Suzy
Barramundi fish fingers in Perth huh?

suzywong Wed 12-Jan-05 12:09:22

hi GB, well tbh honest the fishfingers are not really up to scratch. In fact I miss Tescos and Waitrose sooooooo much. The main national supermarket, Coles, is OK but the rest of them make Kwiksave look sophisticated. And I miss French dairy products.


But hey ho mustn't grumble

Hulababy Wed 12-Jan-05 12:14:44

Oh I want a fishfinger butty now Not fair. Especially done with white bread and butter, and ketchup.

Actually I am going to have fishfingers, chips andd mushy peas for tea either tonigth or tomorrow now!

suzywong Wed 12-Jan-05 12:15:10

You lucky mare hulababy

woodpops Wed 12-Jan-05 12:35:20

Fish finger pittas. With salad cheese and mayo in. Or in a flat bread. yum yum.

suzywong Wed 12-Jan-05 12:39:32

never thought about that one
but I think I like the sliced white to absorb the cooking oil

weightwatchingwaterwitch Wed 12-Jan-05 12:40:29

You can cook them in the toaster and we did it for a while. But the toaster smells of them, yuk!

suzywong Wed 12-Jan-05 12:53:03

cook them in the toaster ????????

gingerbear Wed 12-Jan-05 12:57:36

Suzy, pity we can't airmail you an emergency waitrose food parcel.....

But you do live in aonderful place, so I DON'T feel that sorry for you

suzywong Wed 12-Jan-05 13:00:56

yeah, s'pose so
telly's rubbish and all though, which I am glad about because I don't consume it idley liek I did in London

could you put some Goan Fish Curry and a big pot of creme fraiche and some smoked haddock in that imaginary parcel please

weightwatchingwaterwitch Wed 12-Jan-05 13:01:49

It does work suzy. Weird huh?

gingerbear Wed 12-Jan-05 13:11:27

Will do, can't believe you can't get creme fraiche in Oz!

How about some Bird's eye fishfingers and a kingsmill white sliced whilst I am at it?

suzywong Wed 12-Jan-05 13:38:03

Oh you know me very very well don't you gingerbear

woodpops Wed 12-Jan-05 14:24:03

Oooooh no, it's got to be sainsburys own cod fillet fish fingers anything else just won't do!!!!

Suzy, where does the oil come from that soaks into your bread?? Please tell me you don't fry your fishfingers. That's illegal, the breadcrumbs will go soggy

suzywong Wed 12-Jan-05 14:30:27

yes, fry then in oil, inches of it

woodpops Wed 12-Jan-05 14:35:41

I'm gonna send the fishfinger police round to you

Bagpuss30 Wed 12-Jan-05 14:36:55

Wish you'd all stop talking about fish fingers, I keep seeing this thread and now I'm going to have to eat some .

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