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.
These were fabulous! We can't wait to make them again. They turned out crispy and super flavorful, however I did add some of my own chesapeake bay seafood seasoning and a bit more salt. I ran out of the breadcrumb, flake mix so I'd make more of that next time around. But they really were amazing. We had them as a leftover the next night by making fish tacos with them. Still delicious. I'll be making these again for sure!
This recipe was absolutely on point! But i did change some things.. First I added a t sugar and a little bit more garlic salt, lemon pepper and paprika, second I used plain panko bread crumbs! I also cooked them for about 8 minutes longer than the recipe said ( that is using the listed servings) because i like my fish sticks a little bit firmer! I also gave them a toss half way through! I served with peas and ketchup( because my mom used to serve me ketchup with fish sticks!) . I LOVED IT! and I am a very tough critic when it comes to fish and the "fishiness" of fish! YOU HAVE TO TRY THIS!
Wonderful recipe! I did make some changes after reading the reviews. We used the Toasted Wheat Germ instead of cereal flakes. I used Whole Wheat Flour and the Ian's Panko Bread Crumbs. Loved the flavor. My 3 yr old helped make them and he asked for seconds (which never happens). I didn't have garlic powder and used Adobo seasoning instead. I will definitely bank this and use it again and again!