1. Cook the Gorton’s Beer Battered Fish Fillets according to package, or until 165° or higher.


2. Boil the potatoes on the stove. Once boiled, cook on low heat for another 15-20 minutes. When the potatoes become soft and tender, drain the water and transfer into a mixing bowl. Once in the bowl, mix the potatoes and add desired amount of butter. Add warm milk until potatoes are smooth and creamy.


3. Cook brown rice according to package directions.


4. Plate fillets, mashed potatoes and brown rice. Garnish rice with spinach and tomatoes. Enjoy!

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1 bag of Gorton’s Beer Battered Fish Fillets
10-12 Medium Sized Yellow Potatoes
4-6 tbsp Butter
1 package Frozen Brown Rice
Grape Tomatoes

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