The humble hotdog gets the seafood treatment in this tasty recipe for Crispy Crumbed Seadogs! The whole fam will love every flavour-packed bite of this delicious take on a family favourite.
Crispy Crumbed Seadogs
- 1 baby bok choy thinly sliced
- 350 g slaw
- 1 drizzle oil
- 2 tsp vinegar
- 4 long rolls cut in half
- 600 g frozen fish fillets defrosted, sliced 3cm
- ¼ cup plain flour
- 1 egg
- 150 g breadcrumbs
- 1 drizzle oil
- 1 tsp lemon pepper
- ½ tsp chilli flakes
- 100 g Culley's Picklenaise or mayo/aioli
- Before you start, preheat oven to high grill.
- Prep bok choy. Toss bok choy and slaw in a large bowl with oil and vinegar. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Cut rolls in half lengthways, leaving a hinge and place on an oven tray.
- Pat fish dry and slice 3cm. Add fish to a medium bowl, along with flour and toss to coat. Add egg to same bowl, split the yolk and toss to coat fish. Place breadcrumbs in another bowl. Place fish into crumbs, turn to coat each piece well and place on a plate/tray.
- Heat oil in a large fry-pan on medium-high heat. Cook fish in batches, for about 6 minutes, turning on all sides until golden and cooked through. Wipe pan and add more oil between batches. Drain cooked fish on paper towels and season with lemon pepper seasoning, garlic chilli blend and salt.
- Cook rolls under grill for 1-2 minutes each side, until toasted and cooked through.
- Serve rolls filled with slaw, fish and picklenaise. Serve any extra fish and slaw on the side.
*This recipe featured in Bargain Box.
Meet the Chef
Ary develops all of the recipes that go into our Bargain Boxes. One of his biggest passions is sharing food and teaching people how to cook, so now that he creates recipes weekly, he literally gets to teach thousands of people new and exciting things! His favourite produce in New Zealand broccoli – it’s crispy and vibrant and he even grows it at home! It’s one of the veggies he never tires of. His biggest food weakness (because we all have one!) is crispy fried chicken that speaks right to his soul when it’s done right – though he’s such a lover of sharing a good meal that he’d prefer to stay in and cook a family meal over going out to eat.