Don’t you just love it when you’re in the middle of cooking and someone rushes in and shoves a book (in whatever format) in front of your nose and says, “You HAVE to read this!!!.” Technically speaking, I’m not doing that. That said, you might just love both the recipe AND the book`.
Total Time: 25 Min.
Prep Time: 10 Min.
Cook Time: 15 Min.
Turn seafood into see-them-love-it food with our Fish and Chips with a Twist. This fish and chips recipe combines the fish and the chips in one dish!
What You Need
1-1/2 cups crushed salt & vinegar kettle-cooked potato chips
1/4 cup MIRACLE WHIP Dressing
4 cod fillet s (1 lb.)
Let’s Make It
1 – Heat oven to 400ºF.
2 – Spray baking sheet with cooking spray. Place crushed chips in shallow dish.
3 – Brush dressing onto both sides of 1 fish fillet, then dip in crushed chips, turning to evenly coat both sides of fillet with chips. Place on prepared baking sheet.
4 – Repeat with remaining fish fillets.
5 – Bake 12 to 15 min. or until fish flakes easily with fork.
Tip 1 – Serving Suggestion: Serve with a mixed green salad tossed with your favorite KRAFT Dressing.
Tip 2 – Substitute: Prepare using your favorite variety of potato chips.
My Food & Family has awesome recipes and you can click over for all the nutritional info on this one. Since Sade spent some time in the British Isles during her last exploits and since this recipe is even easy and quick enough that she could maybe handle it… “I heard that, Silver! I can throw raw fish into crumbled up chips and then put it in the oven so there!” … 🤫 Yeah, don’t anybody hold their breath. … “I HEARD that! Jeez, I get nooo effing respect around here.” … Anyway, this recipe is a tasty and easy twist on “fish and chips” no matter where you eat them. I bet these fillets would be tasty with a little malt vinegar sprinkled on them while eating. Yum! Okay, if you are curious about Sade’s adventures and her Scooby Gang of intrepid Magicks, including the sexy vampire Sinjen, you can grab her latest book, GHOSTS & THE ANCIENT STONES by clicking on the title or either photo depicting the cover. She’s all over the place chasing down the wicked wizard who painted a target on our favorite FBI agent’s back.