Crispy Fried Fish with Tartar Sauce

 Remya
2.5
(2) 2 Reviews
Prep Time
0
min.
Total Time
20
min.
Servings

4 servings

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  • Season butter milk with salt and pepper in a shallow dish. In a similar dish keep ready the crushed RITZ Reduced fat Crackers. Coat fish fillets with seasoned butter milk and then coat them well with crushed crackers.
  • Heat butter and oil together in a non-stick pan. Then shallow fry the fillets approximately 5 minutes on each side till the crust is golden brown and fish is cooked through.
  • To prepare the Tartar Sauce, mix all ingredients until well combined. Serve with steamed veggies to make it a complete meal.

Notes

I love to experiment. This was the result of one of my experiments to come up with something to please my toddler. She loved it!

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  • Rachel816 |

    I doubled the recipe to make a larger batch, and I omitted the Grey Poupon in favor of a "whisper" of dried mustard, but this is so much like what we got when we were kids up at Grandma's house! The extra dill and worsey sauce made it GREAT. Thanks for sharing!

  • mlanec |

    I did not use the catfish recipe because I did not have buttermilk but I did try the tarter sauce recipe and it did not turn out very good at all. I did not use Miracle Whip (because my husband doesn't like it that sweet) so I used Mayonnaise instead and it needed a LOT more of it than this recipe called for. I also added a lot more relish (since I had to add so much more Mayo). Also, the original recipe wasn't going to make enough Tarter Sauce to even be worth the effort. No offense, but I think I will stick to my former Tarter Sauce recipe.

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