Stuffed shell

Wild Pacific salmon

This wild Pacific salmon stuffed shell offers up a generous portion of fish in our creamy bechamel sauce. This savoury filling is covered with real Swiss and mozzarella cheese.

A delicious appetizer or meal, according to size. Its shell is designed to be placed directly on the grill—a perfect solution for memorable BBQ suppers!
10 min
Source of polyunsaturated Omega-3
Good source of vitamin A
Source of vitamin C
Good source of calcium
Source of iron
Cooking time may vary from one oven to the next. Let sit for 5 minutes before serving. The product is ready when its internal temperature reaches 165 °F (74 °C).
Cooking instructions
Preheat the oven to 350 °F (175 °C), remove the frozen stuffed shell from its package and place on a baking sheet. Cook on the centre rack for 37‒40 minutes. Broil for 2 minutes or until the cheese is golden brown.
Perforate the plastic film. Cook at high heat for 9‒10 minutes. Cook one stuffed shell at a time. It should not touch the inside of the microwave oven.
Preheat, cover closed, at maximum heat for 10 minutes. Reduce to minimum heat and place the frozen stuffed shell on a sheet of aluminium foil on the lower grill. Close the cover and cook for 18‒20 minutes.
Available format
Retail packaging: 1 x 200-g stuffed shell
Sauce (chum and/or pink salmon) (fish), milk, water, modified cornstarch, white wine (wine, salt, sulfites), powdered skim milk, maltodextrin, wheat flour, white wine powder, salt, natural flavour, modified milk ingredients, dehydrated vegetables (garlic, onion, tomato, carrot), hydrolysed vegetable protein, spices, autolyxed yeast extract, dehydrated fish, hydrogenated vegetable oil, dehydrated shrimp, silicon dioxide, potato (water, potato, mono- and diglycerides, sodium phosphate, sodium bisulfate, citric acid, BHT), partly skimmed mozzarella and Swiss cheeses (partly skimmed pasteurized milk, modified milk ingredients, bacterial culture, salt, calcium chloride, microbial enzyme, cellulose, natamycin, beta-carotene), spices. Contains: fish, milk, sulfites, wheat, soy, seafood.

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