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These were delicious & very easy to make. I'm officially a convert! I will be making my own fish nuggets in future, rather than buying frozen fish sticks or nuggets. I was able to use whole wheat bread for the breadcrumbs to make it a little healthier & loved the skim milk to keep it lower in fat! Did not add any salt/pepper but used some Cajun seasoning in the breadcrumbs/cornmeal mix instead. Gave it a great, but not terribly spicy flavor. Going to add these to the repertoire! Great recipe! =)

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jencali January 17, 2011

These were simple and the texture was great - I was afraid the crumb coating wouldn't stick but it was just fine. I might add more to the coating, like some cayenne or some parmesan. Thanks for posting.

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pattikay in L.A. February 17, 2010

Made for my grandkids lunch... I used 2% milk, since that's what was in the fridge. Added 1 tsp Old Bay Seasoning to the dry mixture. My tilapia was very thin, so I baked for 6 minutes, turned, and baked 6 minutes more. Flaky and tasty! We will make these again!

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Kizzikate June 02, 2007

Well, I thought these were just yummy! I used some breadcrumbs that had parsley and orange zest in them. I served with Cabbage Parsley Slaw and tartar sauce. Thank you!

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Sharon123 February 15, 2006
Baked Fish Nuggets