1. Cook the Gorton’s Beer Battered Fish Fillets according to package, or until 165° or higher.


2. Cook frozen waffle fries according to package directions.


3. Empty your lettuce slaw into a bowl and mix while adding the dressing until desired consistency. Put in fridge to cool.


4. Place your dinner yeast rolls on a cookie sheet and spread butter on the top of each roll. Put in oven with fries, keeping a careful eye until toasted.


5. Once everything is cooked, plate all together and enjoy!


1 bag of Gorton’s Beer Battered Fish Fillets
1 bag of frozen, seasoned waffle fries
1 bag of lettuce slaw
1 bottle of coleslaw dressing
5 ct. dinner yeast rolls

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