Great crunchy fish sticks! The seasoning in the coating was just right and these did come out quite crispy on the outside while still being tender on the inside. Thanks for sharing your recipe! Made for the Best of 2013 event, recommended by Lavender Lynn
My DH loves fish and chips this was easy to make and way better than frying. thanks
Yum yum. I was happy to see a healthy "fried" fish recipe and even happier when it worked! I dabbed olive oil over half of the fish and used a few sprays of Pam-type oil over the other half; I thought the olive oil worked best. Thanks for the healthy recipe!
This made a great supper for us. Very easy to make and delicious. We used red rock cod. Made for best of 2012.
I wish I hadn't started this so late, because this recipe deserves a beautiful photo taken in the daylight. I cooked my fillets on a rack, and they turned out wonderfully crisp on the outside and flaky and moist on the inside. I will definitely make this again. Yum!!
I made this with cod, it tasted absolutely delicious :) I put it in a baking pan and not on a grid and it worked out fine :) this recipe just made it to my go-to list of recipes :) so easy, tastes so good AND it's good for you :)
I made this fish for dinner last night and simply love the method and flavor. I used Northern Pike that I had on hand and I was glad that their a bit thicker than some fillets. Turned out delicious and you can't beat the easy prep. Served with garlic saffron rice and steamed asparagus, yum :D.
Yea! Now we can have "fish and chips" more often! This is a great (and easy) recipe. Loved the "bite" from the cayenne. Fish stayed moist. Served with sweet potato fries for the "chips".
My family loved this! I used cod, and marinated it for a couple of hours in hot sauce and buttermilk. I also used panko and creole seasoning in the breading. It was delicious. I especially loved the tip about misting the fish with oil so it would be crispy. It definitely worked.