Whether you prefer frozen or homemade, you can make fish sticks into something a little more interesting (at least for the parents at the table!) with these flavorful twists.
1. Summer Rolls
Fill rice papers, prepared according to the package, with cooked fish sticks, fresh mint, thinly sliced carrots, and rice noodles. Serve with peanut or soy sauce.
Try It Tip: We love Ian’s gluten-free fish sticks and Dr. Praeger’s lightly breaded version for their crunchy exterior and simple ingredient lists. Look for both in the frozen-food aisle of your supermarket.
Spread mayo on a fresh hoagie roll, and top with cooked fish sticks, lettuce, pickles, tomato slices, and/or hot sauce for a riff on the classic sandwich.
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Wrap cooked fish sticks in warm corn tortillas, and load them up with shredded lettuce, tomato, avocado, and salsa for crazy-good fish tacos.