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Okay, so now I read that I need to use the remaining tablespoon of olive oil for something else so it would be helpful if you’d say that I need to use one tablespoon for the panko. Thank you!!
Hi, Megan! So sorry that you ran into some issues with this recipe, but it sounds like you powered through in the end! I’ve modified the recipe instructions to help clarify some of the points you made. Thanks for the feedback, and I hope you enjoyed the recipe!
how much olive oil to you add to the panko? it’d be helpful to include this. I guess it says 6 Tablespoons and 2 were used on the pans and another 2 on the potatoes so that leaves 2….. but it would be helpful if you said this. Thanks.
Also stirring panko alone for 10 or 15 minutes makes the prep time much longer than 15 minutes. Just washing and cutting the potatoes took me longer than that!
Frustrated because it said to prepare two baking sheet and I thought both were for the potatoes, but I couldn’t fit both onto the bottom rack in the oven.
Have made this twice since seeing recipe on this site and has become one of the family favorites!
Made this last night and it was delicious! Used cod. Added more salt (and pepper) to the potatoes to our preference, and one of us added more salt to the fish. Malt vinegar was good as an option for the lemon.
I will try this, looks good. Hard to beat a deep fry however
Thank you for having Shery Julian as a guest author. When I lived in the Boston area, reading her column in the Boston Globe was a weekly ritual. I still use her recipes that I collected over the years.
Thank you Brian! We are honored to have Sheryl here as a contributing author.
I didnt think americans called chips chips, looks good though
We don’t for any other dish. “Fish and Chips” is the only exception. Otherwise, we refer to potatoes like these as “fries” or “wedges”.
We do however call “crisps” chips.