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[Real Canadian Superstore] High Liner Battered Fish Sticks, Burgers, or Fillets $4.88

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[Real Canadian Superstore] High Liner Battered Fish Sticks, Burgers, or Fillets $4.88

High Liner battered fish sticks, burgers, or fillets will be on sale for $4.88 at Real Canadian Superstore, starting on May 28.

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Dec 8, 2012
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Bought last week at No Frills (Western Canada) for $4.77. They taste really good!

P.S. Add the location in OP.
Edit: this week No Frills $2 for 250gms. Check image.
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adsshakeel wrote: Bought last week at No Frills (Western Canada) for $4.77. They taste really good!

P.S. Add the location in OP.
Edit: this week No Frills $2 for 250gms. Check image.
Thanks for mentioning the item on the No Frills flyer, but they are different products and sizes. The one you listed says 250g. The one in the RCSS flyer says 350-700g.
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Dec 8, 2012
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GeneralStore wrote: Thanks for mentioning the item on the No Frills flyer, but they are different products and sizes. The one you listed says 250g. The one in the RCSS flyer says 350-700g.
Yes. Last week was $4.77 for 350 to 700 gms. And this week $2 for 250g.
Edit: Receipt added.
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Can I encourage you all to just buy it fresh and bread it yourself then freeze, you'll never go back.
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traktion wrote: Can I encourage you all to just buy it fresh and bread it yourself then freeze, you'll never go back.
just use breadcrumbs? or do u have a recipe? thx
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I have found their lessor priced products to be 50% coating and 50% fish. Not good IMHO, but to each his own.
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traktion wrote: Can I encourage you all to just buy it fresh and bread it yourself then freeze, you'll never go back.
Since learning that Highliner no longer sources from Canada I am considering this as an alternative.
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traktion wrote: Can I encourage you all to just buy it fresh and bread it yourself then freeze, you'll never go back.
Great idea and all but all the Karens like this product to feed their kids for convience and ease. I'd like to grab a box to keep in the freezer but I have no room currently.

But do you have a recipe you can share? I'd probably use cod and use a panko breading
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BenzDude11 wrote: Great idea and all but all the Karens like this product to feed their kids for convience and ease. I'd like to grab a box to keep in the freezer but I have no room currently.

But do you have a recipe you can share? I'd probably use cod and use a panko breading
Personally I buy haddock but cod is great too, tilapia if you cant find those. For a real treat buy Halibut. Also try salmon no marination needed just salt. I buy wild sourced and avoid pacific fish due to fukushima.
For pan frying I use a little canola or vegetable oil and douse my fish in a mix of flour, garlic salt, pepper, dried herbs like oregano or parsley add some aromas.
For the oven I egg wash the fish and then generiously coat with slightly toasted panko crumbs.

People tend to overcook fish, its ready once its no longer translucent check your thickest piece and then your good.

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