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Food on Fridays with Ann
After enjoying this gluten-free breaded flounder as a delicious main dish, I decided to highlight it here at Food on Fridays. Look for Starfish brand (the box looks like this):
It’s a bit pricey, as are many gluten-free products, but I found it on sale and highly recommend it for a special occasion.
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Trish Southard says
May I ask where you found this brand? Really excited to try it out. Thanks for another great Food on Fridays Ann!
I found it at a Publix, Trish. I think it might be available at Whole Foods, though, and I know you have plenty of those around!
Trish Southard says
We have been really pleased with anything from Udi’s, but very disappointed with a few items we’ve tried in other brands, especially the frozen variety. Thanks again Ann.
I agree, Trish. Udi’s is far superior to other brands. I’m crazy about Udi’s. I have a piece of their cinnamon raisin bread every morning!
April @ The 21st Century Housewife says
I haven’t eaten flounder in years. It’s not easily available in the UK, but I’m in the US at the moment so I’ll look out for it 🙂 This week I’ve shared an easy and delicious Banana Gingerbread Quick Loaf. Thank you for hosting 🙂
Thanks for linking your recipe! I had to get this from the frozen food section–flounder is not easily found in the landlocked northern Midwest part of the US, either! It’s much easier to find locally raised beef around my house than to find locally caught fish. Catfish is available, though.
Hazel Moon says
Robert won’t eat fish so that is that, but I love it. I like the idea of it being ready to fry or bake. We have discount grocery stores here in town that probably would not carry it, but one store a bit more pricy might have it.
Two of my kids won’t eat fish, and two will eat it if I bake or grill it very simply. I liked the flavor of this *and* the fact that it was gluten free (the Italian spices were yummy on this particular version, too).