Mrs Pauls Crunchy Fish Fillets Review And Giveaway

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My hubby RB loves fish. The rest of us do not share his enthusiasm. As a young girl my Mom would serve us fish sticks and I recall them as being sort of soggy and disgusting. So hubby doesn’t have fish all that often, usually only in the summer when he can cook it on the grill. I was offered the opportunity to try Mrs Paul’s Frozen Seafood products, which I accepted wondering how we’d all feel.

From the website – Mrs. Paul’s makes family dinner easier, with a full variety of great-tasting, easy to prepare seafood that will please kids and adults alike. Whether you want our famous, kid-pleasing fish sticks, tender and crunchy fish fillets, or the deviled crab that started it all, Mrs. Paul’s time-honored recipes are sure to include your family’s favorites. Our famous fish sticks now include a new X-Large variety perfect for heartier appetites. Our flaky white fillets feature unique breading and batter recipes, gently seasoned to perfection. Mrs. Paul’s select cuts include lightly-breaded, restaurant quality fillets of flounder, cod, haddock, and tilapia. We also offer your favorite seafood specialties, including shrimp, scallops, clams and calamari. And Mrs. Paul’s is the only national seafood brand that packs every item in a Freshness Pouch. This unique packaging helps prevent freezer burn and seal in that great taste your family loves.

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mrs pauls crunchy fish fillets box

I had a coupon allowing me to choose from a number of Mrs Pauls products. I chose the Mrs Paul’s Crunchy Fish Fillets. I chose it because there was enough in the box to feed all of us and because it said it had a “new, crunchier taste”. The primary ingredient is Alaskan Pollock.

The fish fillets come in a freshness pouch, which is a sealed plastic bag. The bag is meant to keep the fish fillets fresh and to prevent tampering. To cook the fillets you preheat the oven to 425 F and then bake on the middle rack  for 20-23 minutes, turning halfway. That’s simple enough. I followed the instructions. We paired the fillets with white rice and green beans. The fish fillets came out looking golden and much crunchier than I remembered frozen fish being. The breading was crunchy and when we ate the fish the first thing I thought was that I was surprised the breading wasn’t soggy. The fish fillets were tender. We all agreed that they were better than we expected. RB was excited because he liked them enough that I told him I buy them and keep them in the freezer for him, so he’ll have some more fish now. He really wants to try some of the other varieties too.

mrs pauls crunchy fish fillets cooked

One 19 ounce box contains 5 servings of 2 fillets each. Each serving is 290 calories and has 14 grams total fat, 40 mg cholesterol, 550 mg sodium, 27 grams carbohydrates and 9 grams of protein. The fillets are breaded with wheat so they are not gluten free. One box of 10 fillets was selling for $4.99 at ShopRite the week I bought it.

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Benita G. October 23, 2009 - 9:30 am

I’d like to try the frozen fishsticks.

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Elizabeth October 23, 2009 - 9:59 am

I love breaded fish filets! I serve them with steamed peas and au gratin potatoes, and tartar sauce for dipping – YUM. I’d like to try Mrs. Paul’s deviled crab cakes.

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Tanya Wilson October 23, 2009 - 7:10 pm

I’d like to try the Fish shaped nuggets to serve to the kids and the deviled crab cakes for hubs and I!

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butterfly shrimp looks good

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Kelly Coleman October 24, 2009 - 10:03 am

I love crucnchy fish sticks. These are good for kids too.
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I would love to try the popcorn fish!

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Nancy October 24, 2009 - 3:31 pm

I want to try their Deviled Crab Cakes!

P.S. Here’s a thought with your fish-lovin’ hubby in mind. When you are cooking something else in the oven like chicken breasts or pizza, it would be real easy to add a little extra pan with a fish fillet or 2 on it for him. You all can have the other entree and he can have his fish. I did this often when my kids were young. Just a thought …!

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Angela R. October 24, 2009 - 7:46 pm

I would love to try the Lightly Breaded Tilapia!

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pat. October 25, 2009 - 12:47 am

The only fish hubby will eat without complaint is Mrs. Paul’s fish sticks. I myself love most fish especially fried with malt vinegar.

Jessie C. October 25, 2009 - 3:48 am

I’d like to crab cakes!

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Popcorn Shrimp 🙂

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Marj M. October 25, 2009 - 12:37 pm

We would love to try the Mrs. Paul’s Butterfly Shrimp. Shrimp is one type of seafood I will eat…..the rest is yuck.

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Butterfuly Shrimp for me please!

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I would like to try this – Butterfly Shrimp.

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Id like to try the fish shaped nuggets- for the kids!!!!!

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I would love to try Mrs. Paul’s Fried Calamari or Lightly Breaded Tilapia. 🙂 Thank you for the chance! All this time I just thought they made fish sticks.

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i’d like to try the healthy selecrs crunchy fish sticks

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I would try the Lightly Breaded Tilapia.

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Barbara October 30, 2009 - 2:57 am

Fried scallops! I didn’t like fish sticks either as a kid and they used to buy frozen fried scallops for me instead, I had totally forgotten about them. Those crunchy fillets you posted really do look good. Thanks for posting this!

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Crunchy Popcorn Fish sounds good!
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The candied sweet potatoes would undoubtedly appeal to my husband. I’d like either the fish or chicken. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway

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I’d like to try Mrs. Paul breaded fish fillets.

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