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Our Easy Crispy Fish Sandwiches Recipe Is a Restaurant-Worthy Wow

This delicious take on a seafood favorite is simple and oh-so satisfying!

When I’m at a seafood restaurant, I love to order a fried fish sandwich as a special treat. The crispiness of the fish on the outside and the tender deliciousness on the inside is the perfect balance of textures and flavors. But eating out can get expensive, and to save money I wanted a DIY fish sandwich that was quick and easy to master. That was the inspiration for our crispy fish sandwiches recipe. Our version is an upgrade on the restaurant staple, but easy enough that you can whip it up on a weekday.

The secret? We use frozen fish fillet sticks from the supermarket and bake the fish for a healthier, but just as tasty, twist. Then we put the fish on crusty rolls that have been toasted and slathered with tartar sauce and top them with sliced cucumber, lettuce and red onion. The result is super flavorful and satisfying! Give this recipe a try, and then leave us a comment below.

Yields

4 servings

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Ingredients

  • 16 frozen fish filet sticks, from 19-oz. pkg.
  • 4 crusty hard rolls, split, toasted
  • 4 leaves lettuce, torn, optional
  • 1 mini cucumber, sliced
  • ½ cup tartar sauce
  • ⅓ cup thinly sliced red onion

Instructions

Heat oven to 425°F. Bake fish sticks according to package directions. If desired, top roll bottoms with lettuce.

Dividing evenly, top with cucumber slices, fish sticks, tartar sauce and red onion. Top with roll tops.

Nutrition

  • Calories: 544
  • Protein: 18 grams
  • Fat: 26 grams
  • Saturated Fat: 6 grams
  • Cholesterol: 33 milligrams
  • Carbs: 59 grams
  • Sodium: 956 milligrams
  • Fiber: 3 grams
  • Sugar: 5 grams

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