Sunday, March 9, 2008

Fried Fish Sandwiches




I used Tilapia for this sandwich, but any white fish would be great (grouper, flounder, etc). The sauce that I threw together was so simple, but very tasty. Next time, I will make twice as much because we could hardly taste it because of all the other ingredients. They were still yummy though! I'm not using exact measurements because you will need more or less of the ingredients depending on how many filets you are frying.
What You'll Need:
Fish Fillets
Vegetable Oil
Milk
Flour
Bread Crumbs
Salt
Pepper
Garlic Powder
Mayonaise
1/2 a Lemon
Morton's Seasoning Salt
Kaiser Rolls or Hoagie Buns
What You'll Do:
To make the sauce, combine mayo with lemon juice and seasoning salt. Stir well.
Season the fish fillets with salt, pepper and garlic powder. (I keep a container of these 3 already combined...Paula Deen's House Seasoning.)
Dredge the fish through the flour. Shake off excess.
Dip the fish into the milk.
Next, put the fish into the breadcrumbs and press them in firmly to both sides. (I like Panko bread crumbs.)
Let the fish sit for about 10 minutes after coating...may want to put into fridge.
Heat the oil in a skillet (I use cast iron) over med-hi. The oil should be very hot.
Place the fish into the hot oil and fry on both sides...about 3 minutes or until flaky.
Butter and toast your buns while the fish is cooking.
Spread the sauce over the buns and add desired toppings such as tomato and lettuce. Place fish on top. Enjoy!

1 comment:

Katie said...

Oh yum! That looks so delisious!