Breaded fish fillet

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Best Fried Fish Sandwich is truly one of the best sandwiches in the world. Super crunchy Panko breading with buttery, flaky cod filet. The homemade tartar sauce puts it over the top! Get the complete recipe with ALL-NEW VIDEO on the blog! Toast, Sandwiches, Healthy Recipes, Paleo, Fish Sandwich, Fish Sandwich Recipes, Fish Fillet Sandwich, Fish Sandwich Sauce, Fried Fish Recipes

This Fried Fish Sandwich is one of the tastiest sammies on the planet. And it only takes about 30 minutes to make. Flash fry the fish in some oil, and it doesn't come out greasy at all. We love using Panko bread crumbs for extra crispy and crunchy. The homemade tartar sauce puts it over the top!

Paula Mazar Deemer

Succulent pan-fried fish fillets take a lot of beating when you are looking for a quick and easy family supper. These pan-fried fish fillets are coated in my special light batter, which is so much healthier than the usual beer batter normally used to coat fried fish. Once you've tried my easy way of frying fish, I'm sure you're going to love it. PS - it's gluten-free too!

Lily Annis
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Make sure to cut your fish into even sizes so they can all cook with the same timing. For extra flavor, add dried onion powder, old bay, or other seasonings before breading them. We love panko because it gives an amazing crust. But regular breadcrumbs will work fine too.

sylvia sobala
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Recipe video above. 3 key tips to ensure your pan fried fish comes out beautifully golden and crispy every time: pat the fish dry, press flour on well but shake excess off well, and heat the pan first before adding the oil or use a heavy duty non stick pan. With a good fish, well seasoned and crispy skin, I don't need a sauce....but I've added a couple in the notes just in case! :)