Baltic "Fish & Chips"

Tired of tuna? Try a Kipper Smoked Herring Filets with Salted Potato Snack Sticks.Ingredients are easy to carry, preparation takes a few minutes and you get a tasty meal at home, school or work. 

I am not a regular consumer of canned fish, occasionally whipping up a tuna with mayo and grated carrots. Raiding my pantry for a quick lunch the other day, I found a tin of kipper snack (smoked herring filet in oil) and a bag of baked potato sticks. "Fish & chips" came to mind, so I tried to combine these two standby snacks. It worked just fine. Well balanced flavor and texture, not too salty, too fishy or too soggy (as in soft french fries). m fact, this was a very satisfying, palate-pleasing lunch that did not fill me up. Add some fresh, crunchy vegetables, like bell peppers, carrots, cucumbers or radishes, add parsley and tomato. 

Ruegenfisch, located in Sassnitz on the island of Ruegen (at the Baltic Sea coast of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern), is Germany's largest producer of canned herrings, mackerels, sprats, trout and salmon. We sell close to 25 varieties: smoked peppered herring, herring in tomato-, wine-, horseradish-, or mustard sauce, fried or smoked mackerel in oil, Kieler sprats, herring in aspic and many more. If you like canned fish, the Baltic Sea herring assortment will delight you. All tinned herrings and mackerel products are rich in omega-3 fatty acid and other vital nutrients. 

The Pom Sticks (as in pommes frites)  from Lorenz and Frit Sticks (as in pommes frites) from Funny Frisch (with paprika) are popular potato-based savory snacks. They mimic the feel of french fries, are crunchy, lightly flavored and act equally good as a snack and as a side dish.