Keep frozen. Cooking: Keep frozen until ready to cook. For food safety and quality, follow cooking directions below. Conventional Oven: 1. Move oven rack to middle of oven. 2. Heat oven to 425 degrees F. 3. Arrange uncooked fish fillets in a shallow metal baking pan, leaving space between fillets. 4. Bake uncovered 22 to 24 minutes (Fully cooked fish must reach an internal temperature of 165 degrees F or higher.) until coating is golden brown and crunchy. Turn fillets over after 12 minutes of cooking. Cook fillets thoroughly before serving. Microwaving is not recommended.
Contains: Wheat, Milk, flounder
May Contain: Does not contain any of the 8 major allergens
Serving Size: 1.0 pieces
Country of Origin: United States, China
Store: In a Frozen location at Frozen
Exterior Container: Paper or cardboard Box
State of Readiness: Prepared, heat and serve
Servings: 5.0, Approximate
seafood method of production: Wild caught
seafood origin: Varies, please see label
package type: Individual item multi-serving
fish type: Haddock
exterior container weight: 17.2 ounces
Item Number (DPCI): 210-07-0201
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