Forestia Cod and rice casserole - discontinued

Save 36%

Sale price£4.50 Regular price£6.99


Cod cooked with steamed rice, poached onions and spinach on an herbed fish broth.

  • Easy outdoor food
  • Eat hot or cold
  • No refrigeration required
  • Weight - 350g
  • Serves 1
Ideal for camping, climbing, hiking, yachting, fishing and many more outdoor activities.                                                                                                                     

Serving Instructions:

Can be eaten cold but heating brings out the best flavours.  

Using your Stove:

  • empty content into suitable pot and heat on your stove for 7-8 minutes.                                                                                     

Ingredients: Long grain rice (42%), sauce (29%) [water, olive oil, salt, modified corn starch, garlic, paprika, colour (beta carotene), sugar, parsley, yeast extract and nutmelg], cod (15%), poached onion (7%) (onion, sunflower oil and caramel) and spinach (7%).                                                           

Allergy Information: May contain traces of gluten. 

Nutrition Per 100g

Energy 89kcal, Protein 3.8g, Carbohydrates 12.6g, Sugar 0.5g, Fat 3.0g, Saturated Fat 0.4g, Fibre 1.6g, Salt 1.7g

 Nutrition Per Pack

Energy 311.5kcal, Protein 13.3g, Carbohydrates 44.1g, Sugar 1.8g, Fat 10.5g, Saturated Fat 1.4g, Fibre 5.6g, Salt 6.0g


Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Michael Debenham
Forestia cod and rice

Had other forestia meals and they were good. This one not for me didn’t like like the skin on the fish

Jeffrey Warlock
Good looks aren't everything

This meal looks delicious but is let down by a number of things. Firstly the taste is a little off. I found it hard to describe what I didn't like about the taste. Maybe too much salt? It wasn't bad enough to put me off finishing the meal but it did mar the enjoyment of it. Secondly why was the skin still attached to the fish portion? Surely it could have been skinless? Finally 311 calories for the whole 350g meal? You can not be serious. I realise there may be cost issues in doing this but the meal size should be increased to 500g to supply a proper meal as opposed to a snack or appetiser which seems to be what this is. it

You may also like

Recently viewed