Waitrose 2 boneless tilapia fillets
£4.49 (£22.45 per kg)
Fresh and delicate tilapia fillets, from Waitrose selected farms where the fish are farmed to highest welfare standards with care for the enviroment.
Common Name: Tilapia
Latin Name: Oreochromis niloticus nioloticus
Wild Caught or Farm Reared : Farm reared
Country of Origin: Zimbabwe
Method of catch/Farming method: Fresh water production
|Typical values||per 100g||per 100g serving|
|- Saturates||1.2g||1.2 g|
|- Sugars||0.2g||0.2 g|
|Typical values as sold. Contains 2 Servings|
Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus niloticus) (fish)
Preparation & Storage
- Wash hands, all surfaces and utensils after touching raw fish.
Size and thickness of fish may vary, cook times are given as guidance.
Remove all packaging. Preheat pan over a medium heat, add a tablespoon (15ml) of vegetable oil and heat. Place fillet into the pan skin side down. Cook for 8-9 minutes turning halfway through cooking. (Time 8-9 mins)
Keep refrigerated below 5ºC For use by date see front of pack Once opened, consume within 1 day. Do not exceed use by date Suitable for freezing. Freeze as soon after purchase as possible and within the use by date. Use within one month. Defrost fully before use: Do not refreeze once defrostedSuitable for freezing (logo)
|film||Plastic - PP||No|
|label-glued||Paper & card||No|
|tray||Plastic - PP||No|
Please note that whilst we take every care to ensure the product information displayed on our website is correct, product recipes are regularly changed and this may affect nutrition and allergen information therefore you should always check product labels and not rely solely on the information presented here.If you require specific advice on any Waitrose branded product, please contact Customer Support on 0800 188884 or email email@example.com. For all other products, please contact the manufacturer.This information is supplied for personal use only. It may not be reproduced in any way whatsoever without the prior consent of Waitrose Limited nor without due acknowledgement.