SeaPak Shrimp Company, the industry leader in frozen shrimp and seafood for more than sixty years, announces an exciting and convenient product addition to their outstanding brand lineup: Popcorn Fish.
Modeled after the brand’s best-selling Popcorn Shrimp, SeaPak Popcorn Fish serves as a delicious and sophisticated twist on the traditional minced fish stick. Popcorn Fish are round, bite-sized treats that are cut from whole, flaky Pollock fillets and are ideal for a variety of occasions from snack-time to appetizers and even as a center-of-the-plate dish. The quality fish is perfectly breaded with SeaPak’s signature, golden breadcrumb coating and is popping with flavor, making it appealing to adults and children.
Compared to the recognizable fish stick, SeaPak Popcorn Fish is lower in saturated fat and calories than other popular brands and is made without high fructose corn syrup and MSG.
A product of the U.S.A., SeaPak Popcorn Fish rolls out nationally this fall with a suggested retail price of $6.49 a bag. Delicious recipes and a product locator can be found on http://www.seapak.com/.
I found this in the frozen section of our Super Walmart (Yes, San Diego now has 2 that I know of). These remind me of large chicken nugget balls (the only way I could get 1/3 of the kids to try them -they're not fish fans) or large tater tots. I decided I would make some simple fish tacos with these. I made a simple cilantro slaw and added salsa. These are really good! I liked them much better than fish sticks (we ate as kids). They're a solid piece of fish, nothing minced there. If you and your kids love fish, give these a try!
I also wanted to share some Halloween recipe ideas with SeaPak products:
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 14 minutes
Makes: 4 servings
2 packages (8.2 oz) SeaPak Tempura Shrimp
1 red bell pepper
1 lb fresh asparagus spears
2-3 tablespoons olive oil