Storage: Keep frozen until ready to prepare - do not freeze.
Cooking: Food for safety and quality, please follow these instructions.
Conventional Oven: Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Remove frozen fish from the tray. Place frozen fish in a single layer in a shallow, lightly oiled baking pan. Bake for 26-32 minutes or until golden brown. Note: Since appliances vary, these cooking instructions are only a guideline. Fully cooked fish should have an internal temperature of 165 degrees F.
Microwave cooking not recommended.
Contains: Wheat, Milk, eggs
May Contain: Wheat, Milk, fish, eggs
Serving Size: 5.5 ounces
Store: In a Frozen location at Frozen
Exterior Container: Plastic Tray
Wellness Standard: Meets minimum requirements
Features: No artificial colors
State of Readiness: Prepared, heat and serve
Servings: 2.0, Approximate
Pre-package preparation: Fully cooked
Package type: Individual item multi-serving
Exterior container weight: 10.0 ounces
Item Number (DPCI): 210-07-0490
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