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Crunchy Crumbed Fish with Tartare Sauce

Crunchy Crumbed Fish with Tartare Sauce

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Why eat out when you can enjoy your very own fried fish with homemade tartare sauce? You can even get your children to help with coating the fish fillets!

Feeds
1Person
Preparation time
25Min.
Difficulty
easy

Ingredients

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10 ml baby gherkins, finely chopped
10 ml capers (if using capers in vinegar, rinse them well and pat dry)
200 ml traditional mayonnaise
lemon wedges (for garnish)
400 g fish fillets
3 eggs, lightly beaten
50 g plain flour
100 g breadcrumbs
15 ml Knorr Creamy garlic and Herb Potato Bake
sunflower oil (for frying)
15 ml red onion, finely chopped
5 ml parsley, finely chopped

Preparation method

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Heat the oil in a deep frying pan until hot.
Mix the KNORR Garlic & Herb Potato Bake and breadcrumbs together and place into a bowl. Place the flour in another bowl.
To make the egg wash take a bowl and beat the eggs lightly with a fork.
Dust the fish in the flour and dust off the excess between your hands. Dip them into the bowl of egg wash and then into the breadcrumbs. Now place them on a plate until you’re ready to cook.
Add them to the hot oil and cook for about 2-3 minutes, turning constantly until golden brown.
Remove the fish and place on kitchen paper to drain off excess oil.
In the meantime prepare the tartare sauce – simply mix together the mayonnaise, capers, baby gherkins, red onion and parsley until well combined.
Serve fish with tartare sauce and garnish with lemon wedges and fresh herbs.
Better For You Tips : For a lighter meal option forego crumbing and frying your fish fillets and rather rub them lightly in oil, season to taste and grill in the oven until cooked through. You can also replace the mayonnaise with a plain yoghurt when preparing the tartare sauce.

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