Fish finger

Fish finger

By Food E Fare

Fish fingers, also known as fish sticks or fish fillet fingers, are a popular and convenient convenience food made from fish fillets that are breaded and then typically deep-fried or oven-baked. The fish used for fish fingers is often white fish such as cod, haddock, or pollock.

Here's a basic description of how fish fingers are typically made:


  • Fish fillets (commonly cod, haddock, or pollock)
  • Breading mixture (flour, breadcrumbs, or a combination)
  • Seasonings (salt, pepper, and other desired spices)
  • Egg wash (beaten eggs)
  • Oil (for frying, if frying is the chosen cooking method)


  • The fish fillets are typically cut into finger-sized pieces, hence the name "fish fingers."
  • The fish fingers are seasoned with salt, pepper, and any other desired spices for flavor.
  • The fish fingers are then coated in a breading mixture. The breading process typically involves dipping the fish into flour, then into beaten eggs (egg wash), and finally into breadcrumbs or a mixture of breadcrumbs and flour. This process helps create a crispy and golden exterior when cooked.
  • Once breaded, the fish fingers can be deep-fried or oven-baked until they are cooked through and the coating is crispy and golden brown.
  • Fish fingers are commonly served as a quick and easy meal, often with sides such as French fries, mashed potatoes, or vegetables. They are also a popular choice for children and are often served with ketchup, tartar sauce, or another dipping sauce.


Fish fingers are a convenient option for those looking for a quick and tasty way to enjoy fish. They are widely available in frozen form in grocery stores, making them a popular choice for busy households. Additionally, they can be homemade for those who prefer a more personalized touch to their fish fingers.

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