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Easy Baked Fish & Chips

Easy Baked Fish & Chips recipe
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You'll never eat frozen fish sticks again once you dig into our crispy, flaky haddock. And our "chips"? Zestier than ordinary french fries.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
45 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
7/5/2006
We thought this recipe was a keeper! I wouldn't change a thing. It may just become my favorite way to cook fish. ...... However, 1 lb. of fish usually serves 2 in my household (rather than 4) When I make it again, I plan to allow for 1/2 lb. of fish per person. The potato portions were accurate as written, in my opinion (2 large potatoes for 4 people).
posted:
5/11/2006
It is my kind of recipe, easy to fix, good for you and is delicious.
posted:
5/2/2006
it was good and the potatoes were yummy, will definetly make this again....
posted:
3/23/2006
This was great. It was a different way to prepare fish at home, rather than the same old baked or pan seared. Plus it was so much better for you than deep-fried or frozen breaded fish sticks. The pototoes were also wonderful. They had just the right amount of flavor and crunch. I did not have any problems with this recipe, and the non-fish eaters in my family said it was their favorite way to eat fish.
posted:
3/18/2006
This recipe was much better then I expected. My daughter doesn't normally like fish but even she enjoyed this recipe!
posted:
3/18/2006
What a mess! The coating sure didn't stick to the fish and I needed more than the recipe called for. Putting coating on the potatoes was just a waste of time so the whole thing wasn't very appealing to look at. The taste, however, was acceptable.
posted:
3/7/2006
Very good and easy to make. My husband and I both liked it. It is a good alternative to pan frying or deep frying fish. We have a lot of halibut in our freezer from a trip to Alaska. I have made this twice so far and plan to make again
posted:
3/1/2006
My husband will only eat batter fish from fish shops. He truly does not like fish. He says that I may fix this again.
posted:
2/28/2006
This was SO good! I dont even like fish, but this is a great recipe. I have fixed it several times and will continue to make it! To make the coating stay on better, I simply use a second package of ShakenBake and add more to the potatoes when I add the chicken to the pan.
posted:
2/22/2006
This was a good recipe but unfortunately I am a huge fan of the english style fish and chips. I was hoping this healthy version would substitute the original. Also, the potatoes came out tasty, even though the seasoning didn't stick all that well.
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