EatingWell Fish Sticks

July/August 2007

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You can make these homemade fish sticks in about the same amount of time it takes to bake a box of the frozen kind. Make it a meal: Serve with lemon wedges, coleslaw, roasted new potatoes and a dollop of tartar sauce.

"Maybe it's just the taste of the Tilapia, but I thought these were awful.... Coating did crisp up well, but not much flavor. "
EatingWell Fish Sticks

28 Reviews for EatingWell Fish Sticks


I know this is suppose to be a comment section... but I have a question :)

Could these be frozen prepared but uncooked? If so, how would the cooking instructions change if I were to cook them out of the freezer.

This is a perfect thing to make ahead and have on hand for those crazy busy nights.


Very tasty! I wasn't expecting the fish to taste this good, but the spice combination was very flavorful. I served mine with homemade tartar sauce. Way better than frozen fish sticks!


My kids loved this and I loved that I know what is in it, unlike the frozen fish sticks you get at the grocery store. Will make it again!


These were really good! We used cod because that's what we had in the house at the time but I bet they would be even better with tilapia. I was surprised at how crispy they were though I might put a little more of the spices in next time for more flavor.


This recipe sounds great! Im just curious about the nutrition facts. How many pieces of fish equals a serving?



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