I went to Pike Place Market and got some halibut. While eating some baked halibut I just thought that this fish would be a great fish to make fish sticks out of.
So I tried it. My first attempted I made fish nuggets. I can admit I was nervous so made smaller ones in case they weren't good.
But they were a hit.
So I decided to do fish sticks or what I call fish fingers because I made them bigger than fish sticks.
First you're going to need white fish. I used halibut but there are other types of white fish you can use. I took the skin off and sliced them into thick chunks.
For the wet mix I used 2 eggs. For the dry mix I used bread crumbs, panko, garlic powder, onion powder, salt & pepper (you can add more it's up to you).
I dipped the fish into the wet mix, then the dry mix. I tried to use a wet hand and dry hand but let's face it... Doesn't always work out that way.
I then fried them in canola oil. And tada.
These are yummy. I pair them with my version of curly fries.
Now go make yourself some fish sticks!!
Nick wants me to make these in advance to freeze so he can bake them. They are that good!!