Sunday, April 27, 2014

Gorton's Review & Giveaway - ends 4/27!

Having spent 8 of my formative years in a Catholic school, I learned the importance of eating fish on Fridays! The fish sticks that were served in our school cafeteria did not taste the same as real honest to goodness tasting Gorton's!

Gorton's products are so easy -- they go from the freezer to the table in about 20 minutes, so no muss and no fuss dinners are possible for those rushed evenings!  Just when you thought Gorton's had covered all the seafood bases, they've come out with their Authentic Artisan Recipe line!  The line includes many new varieties!  The one that I tried was the Roasted Garlic & Italian Herb.  It was breaded with hints of garlic and herbs in each bite.  I made it with rice and spinach, which complimented crispy fillets quite nicely.  You could truly come up with a huge number of sides to go with this dish!  

The Artisan Fillets are made with wild-caught Alaska Pollock.  They are new, but I found them at my store. They are both easy to prepare and delicious!  The best part is that they contain only 160 calories per fillet.  



You can find Gorton's on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and on their website at Gortons.com to download coupons, find recipes and explore products!

Gorton's has generously agreed to provide one of my readers with two coupons for full-size products for free as well as the signature Gorton's cutting board shown above! Enter using the Giveaway Tools below. Must be 18 years or older, U.S. only. If you have won an item from Gorton's within the past 6 months you are not eligible to win again. Good luck!  

 

Disclosure:  I received products to facilitate my review and form my opinion.  No other compensation was received.  My opinion remains my own and yours may differ.

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9 comments:

  1. I liked the recipe Artisan Fillets with Sundried Tomato and Herb Rice. This looks really tasty and it looks like something the whole family would eat.

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  2. I love their beer battered fillets.

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  3. I like the crunchy fish taco recipe.

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  4. Gorton's Roasted Garlic & Italian Herb Fillets with Grilled Vegetable Penne

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  5. I love to get the grilled filets...the lemon pepper salmon is awesome over salad!

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  6. I like the battered fish filets

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  7. I like the authentic fish tacos recipe.

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  8. I like the Crispy Beer Batter Shrimp.

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  9. they look very tasty and I really like the size of them.. Its nice to know that you are getting real fish here with Gortons, there is no processed food from them, everything is fresh and freshly packed and thats why I love eating them :) thanks for share

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