Kirkland Signature Everything Seasoning Breaded Cod
New in the freezer aisle at Costco! You can now find frozen Kirkland Signature Everything Seasoning Breaded Cod. It’s all ready to bake and it’s made with wild caught cod. It has a light coating of breadcrumbs with everything seasoning and it’s really a versatile preparation, it basically goes with everything!
It bakes in about 20 minutes or pop it in your air fryer for about 10! Quick and easy weeknight fish dinner shortcut.
We bought a box of the Kirkland Signature Everything Seasoning Breaded Cod and gave it a try. I expected the breading to have more flavor – I wouldn’t say it was bland – but I didn’t get a strong flavor of “everything” seasoning. That was okay with me actually, and I squeezed some lemon on it and it was pretty decent!
I have to say that I don’t think any frozen fish really comes out as good as fresh fish. Just by being frozen I accept that’s not going to taste as good…so was it amazing? Am I raving about it? No. But given the convenience of this it’s still a buy in my book. If you’re looking to make it easy to eat more fish, or maybe you need an easy meal for Lent…I’d definitely give this a try. I do think you’ll want some fresh lemon to put on it 🙂
I should also note that I baked mine. I’d love to hear from anyone who air fried it! I will try air frying next time! I may also put a little garlic on the top before I cook it next time.
I like the crusted tilapia better from a strict taste standpoint…but I like that this is wild caught. Toss up between the two for me! I haven’t reviewed the tilapia yet it’s on my list!!
Each piece of the Kirkland Everything Seasoning Breaded Cod from Costco has 160 calories, 7g of fat, 330mg sodium, 15g carbs, 9g of protein and 10mg of cholesterol.
Kirkland Signature Everything Seasoning Breaded Cod Costco Price & Item Number
Kirkland Signature Everything Seasoning Breaded Wild Caught Cod is Costco Item #1801000 and costs $17.89 in-store. Each box has about 14 servings in it.
Make it a Costco Meal:
- Serve it with Bibigo Microwave Rice and roasted broccoli.
- Pair it with mashed potatoes and steamed carrots.
- Pair it with a french loaf and any of the bagged salads in the produce department!
- Serve with air fried green beans and buttered pasta.
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