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Birds Eye Crispy Cod Fries

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When I was a little girl my mum would buy Bird's Eye Crispy Cod Fries every Friday. Bird's Eye Crispy Cod Fries were round pieces of cod covered in a crispy batter, they were so scrummy!


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Do You Remember Birds Eye Crispy Cod Fries?

Do You Remember Birds Eye Crispy Cod Fries?

  • Anonymous user
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    I seem to remember them as cod balls. We would have them on Saturday lunchtime after going to the supermarket. They were fantastic!
  • Anonymous user
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    Yes... I've been trying to find them for years! Also remember late 60's early 70s incredible orange lollies. ( might have been mandarine)!
  • Anonymous user
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    Does anyone remember the original Savoury Pancakes? My Mum bought the Beans and Sausage and the Smoked Haddock ones. We only had them as a treat as they were expensive.
  • Anonymous user
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    Yes Tony M i think i remember them as cod balls also ?? . Bye the way meant Heinz in my last post lol
  • Anonymous user
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    Yes Remember them well loved them . Deep fried in Lard in the seventies nice ans crispy and great with Hienze salad cream lol .Well thats how i liked them
  • Anonymous user
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    Cod balls!!! Loved them, would love to see them back again.
    • Anonymous user
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      Cod Balls!!! Yummy. Birds Eye do fish bites now and they are not a patch on Cod Balls. Won`t buy them again.
  • Anonymous user
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    lets all bombard birds eye with requests to bring cod bites back!!!!
  • Anonymous user
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    they were called cod bites and my mum used to treat us every saturday for tea - gorgeous ;)))
  • Anonymous user
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    Kimgary,yes i also contacted Birdseye twice about the cod balls in smooth batter,to my knowledge it was not crispy batter but smooth.I tried to copy the batter by mixing self raising flour with a little salt and a dash of cooking oil,mix with milk and dash of water to a pancake type liquid,cut the cod into small pieces and fry for a couple of minutes then let cool,and then put them into the batter mix and partly fry for two minutes,then you can store them in fridge/or/freezer until you need to fry them with chips.
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    does anyone remember sainsbury's breakfast slices? Used to love them!
    • Anonymous user
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      I remember them. I loved them too.
    • Anonymous user
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      yeah, tastier than bacon I loved them