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Easy Baked Fish & Chips

Easy Baked Fish & Chips recipe
photo by:kraft
They'll never want frozen fish sticks again once they try this crispy, flaky baked haddock. And these potato wedges? Best chips ever.
10 min
45 min
4 servings
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Super easy and DEE-LISH! My kids loved it, and even my hubby asked for seconds. I was pleasantly surprised by how quick and easy it was to make. I will definitely be making this again!
I substituted Cod for the fish and it was delicious. Next time I will not use the shake n bake on the fries, but other than that I wouldn't change anything.
save your time and effort. this recipe is bad. save your potato and fresh fish. the shake and bake breading ruined both.
This was such a quick and good meal. I used the cod-which is was light and not too "fishy". I put broccoli florets in the oven with the fish to round out the meal.
Enjoyed this recipe, but with changes. Smaller cuts on the pototoes and baked them longer. I added salt and pepper to potatoes; and pepper and Old Bay to fish. I recommend using a digital meat thermometer to ensure perfectly cooked meats and fish.
I was very disappointed with this recipe. I felt that the shake and bake overpowered the fish and made it too salty. I also thought it was kind of a pain to spread each piece with miracle whip. The potatoe wedges, however, were good.
The fish turned out mushy, but the potatoes turned out okay.
It was ok....just ok. The potatoes took way longer to cook and didn't have much flavour. The fish also was kinda boring...and it was very messy to make. I probably will not make it again....
Would make again but defiantly did not look like the picture
I am a California seafood eating girl and my husband is a Midwest " meat and potatoes " Kind of guy. I made this dish and he loved it!! Even my picky 2 year old ate every bite of her fish! My husband, who never has seconds of anything, had seconds of the fish. I will definetly make this again, except I will marinate the potatoes for a half an hour in the salad dressing, because I think that they didnt have enough flavor (maybe add more dressing?). Also, instead of using miricle whip, I used mayonaise which made the fish come out tender and wonderful. Thank You Kraft for a nice light, healthy and flavorful dish!
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