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Off the Hook Fried Fish Sandwich

Off the Hook Fried Fish Sandwich created by gailanng

I adapted this delicious sandwich from Aaron McCarty who hosts Big Daddy's House on Food Network, and made a few changes to make it mine. I have given a recipe for seafood seasoning. Feel free to make your own or use storebought.

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directions

  • To make Remoulade:

  • Place all ingredients into a blend but the mayonnaise and pulse together for a minute. Pour into bowl and add mayonnaise. Mix together.
  • Chill in refrigerator until ready to serve.
  • To make seafood seasoning:

  • Mix all together in jar, stir. Keep in tightly covered container.
  • To make fish sandwich:

  • Preheat oil in saute pan.
  • Wash off fillets and pat dry with a towel. Lightly sprinkle with seafood seasoning on both sides.
  • In 3 separate bowls, place flour mixed with 3 tablespoons seafood seasoning. panko and 3 beaten eggs.
  • Dredge fillets into flour, egg and then panko. Add fish to oil and fry until golden brown, about 4 to 6 minutes. Remove to drain on paper towels.
  • Spread remoulade sauce on both sides of toasted bread.
  • Layer some romaine on the bottom, then top with fish, sliced tomato, red onion and a little more romaine on top. Add top portion of bread to make a sandwich. Repeat with remaining sandwiches.
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"I adapted this delicious sandwich from Aaron McCarty who hosts Big Daddy's House on Food Network, and made a few changes to make it mine. I have given a recipe for seafood seasoning. Feel free to make your own or use storebought."
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  1. breezermom
    Fabulous fish! I'm afraid I filleted my own fish, so it was a bit thick. And with the cut baguette....lets just say I couldn't get my mouth around it. So I made mine an open-faced sandwich and enjoyed this soooo much! Made for Holiday tag game. Thanks for sharing!
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  2. rwp49
    I love Big Daddy and the additions to his recipe makes this so great. Used fresh cod makes the best tasting fish sandwich ever.
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  3. rjoyce1
    Just used the seasoning recipe for my fried flounder- didn't make the sandwich. I cut back on the salt as I am trying to cut back, but not a good choice with this recipe. I used frozen flounder which were very thin, so these fried up very fast.
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  4. mama smurf
    Wonderful! Made this last night using thick tilapia fillets and panko crumbs...yummmmmm. I did use some of the seasoning on the fillets, dipped in egg then flour, and dipped in egg again then the panko crumbs (which I seasoned instead of the flour...I didn't read the instructions correctly but they turned out great). Other than not paying attention to the complete breading of the fish I followed the instructions and they were fabulous. Definately going into my Favorites for 2010. Thank you. I served Creamy Corn Salad#153075 as a side. Made for Think Pink Cancer Awareness 2010 and Cook-a-Thon for Sharon in memory of her husband.
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  5. gailanng
    Armed with frying pan and spatula, low and big behind, it then became child's play. Ya gots to try this. Made for Cook-A-Thon for Sharon123.
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