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!
EatingWell Fish Sticks
From EatingWell: July/August 2007
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.
28 Reviews for EatingWell Fish Sticks
My toddler and even tough critic husband loved them. I didn't have corn flakes and used corn chex instead and they turned out great. Used my magic bullet to blend the coating till fine.
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!
I used cheap frosted flakes, and was awesome!