5 Reviews

These were awesome! Just the right balance of everything and great cooking technique. I used cod and it was perfect. I did add a piece of cheese, we love our cheese, but I bet it would have been great without. DH said he would eat it again today. Thanks for the great keeper.

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Lucky in Bayview June 29, 2014

These were great and easy to make! Will definitely make again.

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eribtst September 17, 2016

Great fish sandwiches. We loved them. Plus, it's super easy and quick. I really liked the dijon flavor with the parmesan and cornmeal. Thank you!

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LifeIsGood October 02, 2011

We really loved these, although I admit we did use panko instead of cornmeal! Left off the tomato and I used fat free mayo to make tartar sauce and it was only a 5 pt dinner with steamed brocoli as a side! Thanks for posting! Made for Healthy Choices Tag!

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~SarahBeth~ May 05, 2010

Wow, I think you have just made a convert of me! I always shy away from frying things for health reasons, but this proved to me how little oil it takes to make a tasty breaded and fried fish. The breading had great flavor, and while the dijon mustard was really good I'm tempted to try ground spicy mustard next time, mostly because I love the stuff. I had mustard on mine instead of tartar sauce. DH liked his on bread, I preferred mine without, fork-style. Great Lenten meal, served with Cucumber-Dill Salad and some oven-baked fries. Thanks for posting! Made for PRMR.

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smellyvegetarian February 25, 2009
Healthy Fish Sandwiches (Ww)