The family just said this was okay. I will not make it again. Too fishy baked, and my family loves fish.
Buffalo-Style Catfish Strips with Ranch Dressing
pamsy10 Posted: 06/27/09
jndgregory Posted: 01/26/09
Good, but very different. Love the cornflake crust and the hot sauce, but just something weird about dipping fish in ranch dressing. I served it with fries, fish and chips style. Probably would not make again. Although I think it would be awesome with chicken.
taylesworth Posted: 11/07/10
Makes for a great dinner -- as long as you have a salad or veggies on the side to fill you up -- as well as a fantastic part of a snack plate. I made a couple of changes to use ingredients I already had. I used dried bread crumbs in place of corn flakes and I used Anchor Bar's Buffalo Wing Sauce instead of the Crystal and Tabasco combination the recipe calls for. I'll definitely make it again!
erin001 Posted: 11/12/08
My husband and I absolutely love this recipe. I like to save a step and put the crushed cornflakes right in with the four mixture. It comes out great every time. Tonight I think I will double the coating and try it on chicken!
EllenDeller Posted: 12/28/10
I agree that the method of cooking produces fabulous results. I used whole catfish fillets, included oregano and cajun seasoning in with the flour, and dipped in one whole egg rather than two whites. Used Dinosaur hot sauce and passed fresh limes at table. Served with sweet potato fries and broccoli slaw.
Hiimmiih Posted: 11/07/10
GayleK70: Would dividing everything by 2 work for you?
nevacation Posted: 03/05/09
wow! this was awesome. Both my son and I love buffalo wings and this was great. I couldn't get fresh catfish so I used chicken tenders instead. I did need to double the flour mixture to have enough. I also put the sauce on the side b/c it is VERY spicy. My kids loved it and so did I! I used low fat blue cheese dressing instead of ranch b/c I prefer that with buffalo wings. Will definitely be a keeper!
GayleK70 Posted: 11/05/10
Does anyone have any suggestions for cutting this recipe in half and maintaining the spicyness?
sophym Posted: 09/14/10
Another weekday meal winner from Cooking Light! I made with two omissions - onion powder and Tabasco sauce. It was easy, delicious and a perfect use for catfish. I served with deli-bought coleslaw, carrot sticks, and blue cheese dressing. I can see using the crust and buffalo sauce for chicken tenderloins, too. I will make again next time they have fresh catfish at grocery for sure. And, it's one of the few recipes I've made that looked like the photo ;-)
teresea Posted: 12/04/11
did this with chicken strips not worth the trouble!