Halloween Fish Stick Fingers with Green Tartar Sauce
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In fact, we buy the 4lb bags from our local club store to ALWAYS ensure we have Gorton’s Fish Sticks on hand for a quick dinner time meal. I love that Gorton’s Fish Sticks are made with 100% Alaska Pollock and these are super crunchy thanks to the Panko breading. They are perfect for adding to Fish Stick Casserole, Tacos, or eating alone.
Of course, my favorite way to enjoy Fish Sticks is by dipping them in fresh tartar sauce!
I have so many different tartar sauce recipes but one of my standby recipes involves pickles and a blend of common spices mixed with mayo. For this recipe feature, I even dyed it green to make it extra creepy for Halloween.
It was the perfect companion to these super, duper easy Fish Stick Fingers.
For the fingers, I simply used kitchen shears to cut red pepper into oval fingernail shapes. To adhere them to the Fish Sticks, I used a dab of tartar sauce to get the job done.
A few things I enjoy about this Halloween dinner idea is that is it super easy! While the Fish Sticks are cooking, you can easily prepare the tartar sauce and cut out the pepper fingernails.
Once the Gorton’s Fish Sticks are cooked to a perfect, golden crisp, you can serve each child his/her portion with a simple side like a salad, chips, or mashed potatoes.
Maybe you could even treat the kids to some orange soda–because it is Halloween after all! I served ours in cute jack-o-lantern bottles.
This meal is exactly what my kids will be eating after school on Halloween evening before we head out for candy.
Even Jared and I love the taste of Gorton’s Fish Sticks—super loving the larger sized sticks too! You can find them at BJ’s!
If you are preparing these for a Halloween Party, I suggest keeping them warm & crunchy for the best taste!
Get the Printable recipe for these Halloween Fish Stick Fingers with Green Tartar Sauce below!
Are you excited for Halloween too? Will you be making a quick and easy Gorton’s Seafood meal?