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May 22, 2019
Wow, these are good. I mean, like, “want to eat them every night of the week but we really shouldn’t eat fried foods on such a regular basis” good. These simple catfish sliders just scream gourmet food, but were so easy to assemble that I really must insist you put them on your dinner menu for this week!
Catfish is one of my favorite fishes. It might be because it reminds me of a super fun time that the fiancé and I had a couple of summers ago. I had a half day off from school, and when I got home, he had surprised me by also taking a half day from work! Why, you say? To take me fishing of course!
He took me to a nearby fish farm where we spent the afternoon gathering catfish for dinner, and I spent the afternoon trying to garner the courage to skewer a worm on a hook. (Luckily I have the world’s best fiancé and did the task for me!)
By far the best way to enjoy catfish is fried! Amiright? I used the same batter as I did for my recent crispy asparagus with tangy dijon dipping sauce, and fried the fillets in canola oil. I’m really loving this batter because it makes for a nice crisp coating on the fish (or whatever it is you coat in the batter) but it is still light at the same time.
I paired the catfish with a simple mayonnaise made from mayo, capers and black pepper. I love the tangy and salty taste the capers give to the mayo! Also on top is a beautifully fresh kale and carrot coleslaw. I finished off the toppings for these sliders with everyone’s favorite: bacon!Crispy catfish sliders... WHAT?! http://wp.me/p61F7n-Mv Click To Tweet
Now it’s your turn! What is your favorite type of slider sandwich? Share with me by commenting below! Be sure to subscribe to the email list for more tasty sandwich recipes!
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