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Lent is coming up – so some of you might be gearing up for some great fish recipes for the next 40 days and 40 nights. For me, I eat an abundance of fish on the daily – so I have one of my favorite easy recipes for you!
One of my favorite things to make on the fly is Fish Po’Boys with Gorton’s Beer Battered Crispy Fillets! If you are cooking for a family on the go or have a late night at work, these are super easy, but they taste like a lot of work was put in!
The Po’Boys are ever easier to make with Gorton’s Beer Battered Crispy Fillets. It is as simple as throwing them in the oven, layering a great sandwich and putting the said sandwich in your mouth.
Plus, if you make my easy homemade oven fries, it’s almost like heading to a chain seafood restaurant, but much, much better.
With Gorton’s, you can get seafood into your diet on a regular basis, without even trying!
They are also conveniently located at Walmart in the frozen aisle!
I also love the Gorton’s Seafood Appetizers – Mac n Cheese Shrimp Bites! They taste like a restaurant appetizer, and they are easy to pop in the oven to eat for a snack! Gorton’s is the simplest pickup to use right when you get home, or anytime. Plus, they have an amazing range of products!
Gorton’s Beer Battered Crispy Fillets
2 tbs Mayonaise
2 tsp Hot Sauce
1 tbs Olive Oil
Cut the potato into french fry slices. Mix with olive oil and spices. Place on a sheet pan covered in wax paper.
Preheat the oven according to the instructions on the Gorton’s Beer Battered Crispy Fillets package. Place fish on a sheet pan covered in wax paper.
Put both pans into the oven. Cook the fish according to instructions. The fries should bake for 35-45 minutes.
Slice the french bread into sandwich slices, and spread a layer of butter on them. Put them in the oven when there are 7 minutes left for the fish fillets.
Mix all the ingredients for the spicy mayo in a bowl. Set aside.
Spread the spicy mayo on the baked french bread. Add lettuce, pickles and onion to the sandwich and the Gorton’s Beer Battered Crispy Fillets!
Serve with fries (and Gorton’s Seafood Appetizers – Mac n Cheese Shrimp Bites)!
What is your favorite recipe for Lent?