Nashville Hot Fish Sandwich With Gorton’s Seafood
This post is sponsored by Gorton’s. All opinions are our own!
This spring, we’re adding more seafood to our diet. We’ve been trying to find lighter alternatives to some of our favorites, and also trying to find easy ways to do it. Sean absolutely loves fish sandwiches, and when we decided to partner with Gorton’s, we were so excited to get creative!
Gorton’s frozen seafood options make dinner so easy. The filets always come out crispy and the fish is so light.
We used their beer-battered fish filets to create our take on a Nashville Hot Sandwich and we’re now obsessed! We’ve been loving the new Nashville Hot trend and this sauce is great on everything. We topped it with a cilantro-lime slaw and it turned out so delicious!
You can make your own slaw or just top it with your favorite store-bought slaw. These sandwiches were definitely better than takeout. Let’s get started!
Nashville Hot Fish Sandwich
This Nashville Hot Fish Sandwich is such a fun and unique twist on a traditional crispy fish sandwich!
- 1 package Gorton's crispy battered fish filets
- brioche buns
- 1/4 cup ghee (clarified butter)
- 1.5 tbsp cayenne pepper
- 1 tsp salt
- 1 tsp black pepper
- 1/2 tsp paprika
- 1 tsp garlic powder
- 1/2 tbsp honey
Begin by cooking fish filets according to the packaging.
While the fish is cooking, begin by melting the ghee in a small saucepan.
On low heat, add the spices and honey to the ghee.
Remove from heat.
In a large frying pan, melt a little bit of butter and brown the buns.
Add the crispy filets to the bun. Spoon over some of the Nashville Hot Sauce.
Add your favorite slaw.
6 thoughts on “Nashville Hot Fish Sandwich With Gorton’s Seafood”
Wow looks so good! Never thought about using fish!
definitely give it a try! so delicious!
Can you share the coleslaw recipe??
we used a bag of plain coleslaw, and then added a cilantro avocado dressing that we found by the salad section!
we love gorton’s fish sticks! Haven’t tried the beer battered yet. Thanks.
They’re so good! We found them at our local jewel osco.