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QUALITY FOODS BRAND STUFFED FLOUNDER PRODUCT REVIEW
Product Review - Quality Foods brand stuffed flounder
PRODUCT REVIEW : QUALITY FOODS BRAND STUFFED FLOUNDER
When I consider types of fish that taste really great, flounder is definitely one of them. Flounder can be a delicious fish.
Artichokes encompass part of the stuffing for this Quality Foods brand stuffed flounder & I don't usually ever eat artichokes. Nevertheless, everything together in the Quality Foods stuffed flounder was absolutely delicious! I really enjoyed this product.
Spinach and imitation crabmeat are also among the ingredients in the seafood stuffing for this Quality Foods brand stuffed flounder fish.
The Quality Foods stuffed flounder also had some shrimp as part of the stuffing and I love shrimp!
Quality Foods stuffed flounder fish
The white flounder fish (not fried) bakes up crispy and flaky. The soft stuffing in the middle of the Quality Food flounder fish complements the flounder fish perfectly.
Perfectly well seasoned stuffed flounder fish
The stuffed flounder fish tasted perfectly well seasoned, not plain or bland.
Many people add spices and toppings to oven baked frozen foods to "doctor them up". Perhaps, they will add some hot sauce at the very least.
But here, with the stuffed flounder fish, nothing needs to be added in my opinion. (Well, except for butter and that addition is suggested in writing on the product box.)
Five stars! ☆☆☆☆☆
I love this food product so much! I would definitely give it five stars. My family and I really enjoyed eating Quality Foods brand stuffed flounder.
In the past, I have enjoyed eating the stuffed fillet of sole (fish) from Omaha Steaks Company.
I think that this food product (Quality Foods brand stuffed flounder) is quite comparable to that.
A good deal at $5.99 on sale
I purchased Quality Foods (brand) stuffed flounder from Food Lion supermarket at the cost of $5.99 on sale.
Generous portions of flounder fish are provided at this sale price.
When you open the plastic wrapped cardboard box packaging you will find 2 almost oval shaped stuffed flounder fish fillets side by side in a black plastic partitioned container.
Hmm. Should I add butter? Yes, of course!
The instructions on the Quality Foods brand stuffed flounder box invite you to add butter to the fish if you would prefer to. (Yes, I preferred to. I definitely preferred to add a pat of butter to each flounder fish fillet.)
Would you add some butter to your fish before baking?
Next, the stuffed flounder fish was to be added to the preheated oven (set at 350 degrees) for 33-36 minutes.
(These baking instructions are provided on the box for the Quality Foods brand stuffed flounder.)
Baking this flounder fish is very simple and the fish tastes great. I would definitely purchase this food product again.
Quality Food brand stuffed flounder fish
Does Quality Foods brand stuffed flounder seem like a frozen food product that you would like to try?
Quality Foods brand stuffed flounder product box
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Peggy Woods from Houston, Texas on March 29, 2020:
Your review of this stuffed flounder makes it sound excellent. We buy most of our fish at Costco, and they have a tortilla-crusted tilapia that is frozen and delicious when baked. The other fish we buy is fresh, and we portion it out to freeze, other than what we cook in the first meal. Costco portions are always plentiful, as you probably know.