Gorton's Skillet Crisp Tilapia comes in two tasty varieties, Classic and Garlic Herb. I tried out the Garlic Herb with the family today. What I noticed first when I opened the package was how large the filets are and how many there were in the box. For a retail price of $6.99, you get 5 decent size filets that don't shrink up substantially when you cook them. You can't get four pieces of grocery store frozen fish for less than that.
The fish cooked up easily and was gently seasoned. For me it could have had a little more seasoning, but I know that some people don't like a lot of season on their fish. I cooked my regular garlic and herb tilapia as well as Gortons' version so we could do a side by side comparison of the two dishes. Hubby didn't care for the smell of the breading on Gorton's fish, but he thought that the fish inside was good. My teenage son liked Gorton's okay and went back for seconds, although he didn't prefer the fish with the breading. I thought the fish was light and pleasant tasting and the filets were very plump and juicy.
Although it wasn't an overall smash for the whole family, I would definitely eat it again if I was in a pinch for dinner. Gorton's Skillet Crisp isn't available at all grocery stores yet, but you can check their website for a list of stores in your area that carry them.