Spicy Slaw Fish Sandwich
For a lunchtime dish you’ll actually look forward to, whip up a crispy fish sandwich made with Gorton’s® Beer Battered Fish Fillets — and pile the spicy slaw as high as your bite can handle!
1. In a small bowl, combine apple cider vinegar, olive oil, honey, spicy brown mustard, celery salt, dry mustard, red pepper flakes, salt and pepper. Mix until combined and set aside.
2. In a larger mixing bowl, add green cabbage, purple cabbage, carrots, red onion, jalapeno, green onion, and cilantro. Add mixture from step 1 and toss until evenly distributed.
3. Cook Gorton’s® Beer Battered Fish Fillets according to package directions until reaching an internal temperature of 165˚F or higher.
4. For the garlic aioli, in a separate bowl, add mayonnaise, hot sauce, garlic, lemon juice, salt, pepper, and mix until combined.
5. Spread a thin layer of the garlic aioli on a toasted brioche bun and two Gorton’s® Beer Battered Fish Fillets. Layer spicy slaw on top and add dill pickles if desired. Top with remaining brioche bun. Serve and enjoy!
Gorton’s® Beer Battered Fillets
For the Spicy Slaw:
⅓ cup apple cider vinegar
⅓ cup olive oil
2 tbsp honey
1 tbsp spicy brown mustard
1 tsp celery salt
1 tsp dry mustard
1 tsp red pepper flakes
½ of a green cabbage, chopped
½ of a purple cabbage, chopped
2 carrots chopped
½ of a red onion, sliced thinly
1 jalapeno, diced
¼ cup green onion, chopped
¼ cup cilantro, chopped
For Garlic Aioli Spread:
1 cup mayonnaise
1 tbsp hot sauce
3 tbsp garlic
2 tbsp lemon juice
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