Panko-Crusted Fish Sticks

  • BeckiSue Posted: 10/01/12
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    Boring and bland.

  • amyblake Posted: 09/30/12
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    They were ok, but super easy to make. Next time I would add some flavor to the panko bread crumbs. Probably garlic powder, oregano, thyme, and definitely more salt and pepper.

  • jennday1 Posted: 09/19/12
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    Just tried to make this recipe. I say tried because the breading would not stick to the fish. I bought tilapia rather then halibut, as the recipe suggested at the bottom of the page. The panko ended up sticking to itself rather than the fish. Ended up just dipping it in stuff I bought at the store. Disappointed.

  • zobird Posted: 09/25/12
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    Just made this tonight and we all loved it, even my almost 2-year-old. I made it with tilapia (that was what was fresh at my market today) and had no issues with the panko sticking or anything else. The tartar sauce was wonderful! I served this with couscous and green beans for a wonderful meal! I will definitely make this again, and I plan to try to freeze some as well. I'll post how that goes.

  • greenvilleSCfan Posted: 10/02/12
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    I tried to bake at 400 F but the panko did not brown despite spraying with olive oil. Will try at higher heat? I did not have much problem with the panko not sticking to the fish. I used a little sour cream instead of the milk in the eggs.

  • nbalter1 Posted: 10/04/12
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    My family loved this--including my 3.5- 1.5-year olds. I used orange roughy. I didn't bother with the sauce; we all ate it with just the panko coating.


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