Great sandwich. I made freshly breaded tilapia for the fish and made the rest as written. Served with thin buns, coleslaw and it was great. Will have this quick and easy recipe many times in the future.
Mr. Picky Eater took one look at this and said, "Just like McD's!" Then he took a bite and I watched his eyes roll back in his head. "Oh no," he recanted "this is nothing like "that" fish sandwich." It's true that McDonald may have had a farm too Andi, but YOU can make fish sandwich! I loved the cayenne in the tartar sauce and used sweet pickle relish to save myself a trip to the store. I used some Tilapia filets that I seasoned with salt, pepper, and cayenne, dipped them in flour, then in an egg mixed with a touch of milk and finally in Panko crumbs. I pan fried them for 2-3 minutes on each side and called dinner done! This takes really just minutes to prepare and it even satisfied Mr. Picky Eater!
I made this for yesterdays lunch, but my husband and I thought the tarter sauce was too salty, plus we didn't care for the cayenne pepper in it as well. I ended up throwing out the sauce, and making my usual tarter sauce to go our with fish sandwiches. Sorry I wasn't able to give this recipe a good review.
This was a two-fer! As someone who enjoys trying new recipes, I fell in love with your tartar sauce- my go to recipe from now on! As a writer, I so enjoyed your story . . . it felt as though I was enjoying my sandwich right in front of that wood stove with the two of you. Thanks so much, Andi- you sure know how to bring good eats & the warmth of the country to a chilly evening here in the city.
Yum! Simple to prepare, easy to put together and really nice to eat. What more could I ask for? Little Miss and I ate this for lunch and we both enjoyed the recipe. I love the way the tartar sauce added heaps of flavour to the fish. We add slices of tomato and some chopped lettuce. Thank you Andi of Longmeadow Farm
What a great idea! We loved how everything came together in these. I have to admit I cheated a little (and didn't go to town), using Trader Joe's jalapeno tartar sauce, which we love. I was glad to find this quick and easy recipe on the home page seafood feature right now. It was true comfort food.
This was very good. The sauce was a bit too spicy for my 2 year old but I had regular tartar sauce for him.
I made my own ginger beer battered fish and your tarter sauce except I had no dill relish so just used chopped dill pickles. I served it in lightly toasted Italian bread. My DH just kept saying " OH MY" These were quick and easy and so YUMMY. This is one of those great recipes that isn't so much a recipe but an idea LOL and a VERY good idea at that. Made for Everyday is a Holiday Tag
I've eaten this several times now and it's good each time! I love the little kick from the cayenne! thank Andi!