True fish flavor from frozen fillets

RUSH-HOUR REMEDIES

August 11, 1999|By Joanne E. Morvay

Item: Mrs. Paul's Premium Grilled Fillets

What you get: 2 fillets

Cost: About $4

Preparation time: 3 to 4 minutes microwave, 14 to 17 minutes conventional oven

Review: Nutritionists urge us to eat more fish, and these frozen grilled fillets seem to be a step in the right direction. Individually packaged, they offer a fresh fish flavor that surprised me. We tried the Grilled Salmon with Creamy Dill sauce and the Grilled Tuna with Sesame Teriyaki sauce. The teriyaki was a little too syrupy for my taste, but the dill sauce was perfect. Paired with fresh vegetables and rice, the 3-ounce fillets made for a light, but filling meal. If you want true fish flavor, oven preparation is the way to go.

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