A quarter of Brits love fish fingers

A quarter of the population has named fish fingers as their favourite food, according to a study by Young’s For Chefs.

The research into Britain’s top 50 favourite foods finds that there is a place for fish fingers in pubs and casual dining restaurants and and not just on children’s menus.

Garry Roche, foodservice sales director at Young’s For Chefs said: “Our latest research shows that the nation’s love affair with fish fingers is still well and truly alive! With Young’s Omega 3 Fish Finger we wanted to give operators an easy to prepare, quality menu item that they can pair with a range of ingredients to create interesting lunchtime and evening menu choices.”

With more diners now looking to include more Omega 3 in their diet, the Young’s For Chefs Omega 3 Fish Fingers option may appeal to more health-conscious customers. Free from wheat, gluten and milk, they make a quick and easy to prepare option for chefs looking to cater for those with specific dietary requirements, without the need to create a separate menu.
“Whether served as part of a main meal or as a tasty sandwich filling, our Omega 3 Fish Fingers, made with 100% Alaskan Pollock, will make the perfect menu item that can also be offered to those diners who suffer from allergies,” Garry added.

Fish fingers aren’t just for lunchtime and snack menus, they can also be paired with other ingredients to create tempting mains. Young’s recommends a Fish Finger Club Sandwich for a unique lunchtime offering as it can be prepared in no time at all by combining a filling of streaky bacon, tomato, avocado and a spoonful of mayonnaise. Alternatively, Young’s suggests serving fish fingers alongside sweet potato chips and minted mushy peas for a slight twist on the classic fish and chips.

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