Fishing Adventures that are sure to end with an Off the Hook recipe!

Fish Po Boy
8 small grunt filet or 4 tilapia filet
4 rolls toasted
½ cup low fat mayonnaise
½ cup cocktail sauce
24 dill pickle slices
4 deli sliced sharp cheddar cheese
To cook fish follow instructions below for my perfect fried fish-
2 eggs beaten
1 teaspoon old bay seasoning
½ teaspoon sea salt
½ cup crushed Ritz crackers
½ cup instant potato flakes
½ cup Italian bread crumbs
2 cups canola oil.
Add oil to a deep frying pan or cast iron pan on medium heat and let it heat up to 350 degrees no more than 375 degrees.
Start by mixing the eggs, old bay seasoning and sea salt together in a bowl. Add fish and coat on all sides.
In a separate shallow dish mix well crackers, potato flakes and bread crumbs.
Take your fish out of the egg mixture and tossed gently in the breading and coat well on all sides.
Add to frying oil and fry 7 minutes on first side until breading start to golden a little flip and cook additional 7 minutes. Remove and place on paper towel to drain any excess oil.
In a small bowl mix mayonnaise and cocktail sauce together. Cut buns in half and toast.
To assemble the sandwiches place two tablespoon of sauce on both side of buns. Place a slice of cheese on bottom bun top with 8 pickle slices, place fish on top of pickles and top with top bun. Repeat for remaining three.

7 thoughts on “Fishing Adventures that are sure to end with an Off the Hook recipe!

  1. Doing this today, just got back from the store with potato flakes. What’s not to like! I only had cod filets in the freezer, so I’m hoping it turns out as good as grunt or tilapia.

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