Store bought fish sticks are an easy crowd pleaser any busy night of the week, but making them in your own home is just as easy and way healthier than those found in the frozen food section.
Nutty fish sticks make little mouths smile
My son loves fish sticks. Unfortunately, they're the kind of fish sticks found in the frozen food section of my local grocer. While they are flavorful, they're also full of sodium and a bunch of other ingredients I don't recognize. So the other night I thought, why not make my own. It couldn't be that hard and at least that way, I'd know what was going into that delicious crust. I made them extra special by adding crushed pecans to the breading and guess what? My son gobbled them up just as if I'd pulled the sticks out of a box and toasted them in the oven. Better still, they took about the same amount of time to make as the store bought version. Bye bye cardboard box. Hello, local fisherman.
Pecan crusted fish sticks
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