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Salt Dried Coley/Pollock/Piltocks 500g

This fish has many names it might be called Saith, Coley, Pollock or Piltocks but it is the same family as cod. The main difference is that it is less expensive and more suitable for everyday use. Used to make fritters and fishcakes you will not notice the difference. It comes in large quantities so is a very good buy if you are in the catering business or have a large family to feed. They taste just as fantastic as cod but are sustainable.

Known as 'hard piltocks' in Shetland and perfect for beautiful and delicious simple fishcakes, or the delight that is known in north-east Scotland as 'hairy tatties'. You can also try The Pickled Fork's Salt Pollock Croquettes.

A cheaper alternative to salt cod which has always been a luxury item.

These salt dried piltocks are skinned and filleted, so all you have to do is soak them overnight and boil them.

The salt piltocks are presented in clear resealable pouches and the atmosphere is maintained with silica gel packs.

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Manufacturer: Thule Ventus
SKU: TV-SADRCO
£12.69
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Ingredients

Piltocks/Pollock

Storage

Store at ambient room temperature, in a cool, dry place, avoiding direct sunlight. May also be refigerated/frozen.

Produce of

Produced in The Shetland Islands


Name and address

Scarpas

Cunningsburgh

Shetland

GB

ZE2 9HF.

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Produced for:

Scarpas

Cunningsburgh

Shetland

GB

ZE2 9HF.

Net Contents 500g 


Nutrition

Typical Values

per 100g

Energy

618kJ/146kcal

Fat

0.5g

of which saturates

0.12g

Carbohydrate

0g

of which sugars

0g

Protein

34g

Salt

0.63g

Ingredients

Piltocks/Pollock

Storage

Store at ambient room temperature, in a cool, dry place, avoiding direct sunlight. May also be refigerated/frozen.

Produce of

Produced in The Shetland Islands


Name and address

Scarpas

Cunningsburgh

Shetland

GB

ZE2 9HF.

Return to

Produced for:

Scarpas

Cunningsburgh

Shetland

GB

ZE2 9HF.

Net Contents 500g 


Nutrition

Typical Values

per 100g

Energy

618kJ/146kcal

Fat

0.5g

of which saturates

0.12g

Carbohydrate

0g

of which sugars

0g

Protein

34g

Salt

0.63g

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