Since we are all currently at home due to social distancing we could say that everyday now is Friday and we can make it officially Fish Friday. I will be sharing an easy fish and chips recipe using Gorton’s Beer Battered Fish Fillets.
*While this was a paid partnership with Gorton’s Seafood, all opinions are my own*
Fish Friday with Gorton’s Seafood
I am always looking for ways to make easy meals. Now that we are at home, I find myself cooking everyday and some days I just want something I can make fast but also delicious.
So I was excited when I went to the grocery store and found the New Gorton’s Beer Battered Fish Fillets in the frozen section. I am a huge fan of their fish sticks so this was an easy choice.
What is great about these fillets is that they are coated in a crispy draft beer batter, offering a hearty, pub-style taste. They are made with sustainable wild caught Alaskan Pollock, 100% whole fillets (no fillers, no preservatives, no artificial colors or flavors, no hydrogenated oils, and no antibiotics) and natural omega 3’s. Therefore making them a great source of protein. Lastly, these are flash frozen at the peak of freshness to lock in full flavor. Many reasons to love this brand.
Fish and Chips
These are so easy to make. Let’s start with the potatoes. Slice about 4 red potatoes in french fry shape and season with salt, pepper, garlic and onion powder and cayenne pepper. (I used my own Sazón, you can find the recipe here). Place the seasoned fries in a baking tray lined with parchment paper. Heat oven at 350 degrees and cook for about 20 minutes. Sprinkled with parsley.
In a skillet heat about ¼ cup of avocado oil on medium heat. Fry the fillets until golden brown. Drain in a paper towel.
I usually serve fish with sriracha tartar sauce. In a bowl, mix ¼ cup of tartar sauce and about 3 squirts of sriracha.
I also like to make a spicy mayo if I don’t have Tartar. These are so crunchy and satisfying. That’s it! It cannot be any easier!
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