Young’s launches Fishwich for foodservice

Published on
April 13, 2018

Young’s Foodservice has introduced a new fish patty that foodservice operators can use for sandwiches or burgers.

The wild Marine Stewardship Council-certified Alaskan pollock Fishwich is coated in a signature bubbly batter, and then can be cooked from frozen by baking for 25 minutes, or deep frying for eight minutes.

The versatile Fishwich can be used across both lunch and dinner occasions as a burger, sandwich or “even as a chunky alternative to fish and chips,” said Adrian Greaves, foodservice director at Young’s Foodservice, in a press release.

The supplier suggested that restaurants add extras such as watercress, gherkins, or rocket to spruce up the simple sandwich.

“Hot sandwiches are always particularly appealing as they are the perfect balance between a snack and a more substantial meal, and they can be easily adapted in terms of flavors and fillings,” Young’s said. “Simply serve the battered Fishwich with the perfect accompaniments and condiments to make it even more tempting.”

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