Baked Breaded Fish Sticks With Tartar Sauce


Natively constructed prepared fish sticks are such a basic, fulfilling finger nourishment.


1½ – 2 lbs thick white fish (cod, haddock, halibut, tilapia, and so forth.)

salt, ground dark pepper

¾ cup universally handy flour, isolated

1 Tablespoon Old Cove flavoring

¼ cup mayonnaise

2 eggs

1 Tablespoon Dijon mustard

2 – 2½ cups panko breadcrumbs

1 Tablespoon margarine

Tartar Sauce:

½ cup Greek yogurt

¼ cup mayonnaise

1 teaspoon Old Cove flavoring

salt, ground dark pepper

1½ Tablespoons pickle relish or slashed pickles

½ Tablespoon shallots or onion, minced

1 Tablespoon Dijon mustard

½ – 1 Tablespoon lemon juice or vinegar


Preheat the broiler to 425 degrees Fahrenheit. Spot a wire rack over a huge rimmed heating sheet and shower the rack with oil.

Cut the fish into 1 – 1½ inch thick strips. Season the fish on the two sides with salt and pepper. Rather than fish sticks, you can heat the fish in entire pieces, you will simply need to prepare it longer, 30-40 minutes.

In a shallow dish, place ½ cup of flour. In another shallow dish, place blend the remaining ¼ cup flour, the mayonnaise, eggs, and mustard and blend to consolidate.

Toast the breadcrumbs with the margarine in a skillet on medium warmth until brilliant, cool marginally and spot in another shallow dish.

Set up a digging station with all the shallow dishes, the fish and the readied heating dish. Dig the fish in the flour, at that point in the egg blend lastly in the breadcrumbs, squeezing with your hands to ensure the breadcrumbs follow well.

Spot the breaded fish sticks over the rack and prepare in the preheated stove for 10-12 minutes.

In the interim, consolidate all the elements for the tartar sauce together in a bowl. Season to taste with salt and ground dark pepper. Serve the prepared fish sticks with the tartar sauce.

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