Fish sandwich

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A fish sandwich is, most generally, any kind of sandwich made with fish. The term is frequently used to describe food made with breaded, fried fish, which are commonly found in fast food venues.[1]

Examples include:

Fish finger sandwich
Salmon burger
Fischbrötchen

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gordon Edlin, Eric Golanty, Kelli McCormack Brown, Essentials for Health and Wellness (2000), p. 410.
  2. ^ Susan Smillie (5 June 2007), "Is this the perfect fish finger sandwich?", The Observer
  3. ^ Gill Holcombe (2010), "The Ultimate Fish Finger Sandwich", Eating and Cheating, Hachette UK, ISBN 978-1-84894-670-5
  4. ^ "Cookbooks fail in search for the quintessential tuna sandwich.", Burros, Marian, Reprinted in The Review Spokesman, March 12, 1985. Retrieved June 13, 2009. "Perhaps ['The Joy of Cooking' doesn't include a tuna fish sandwich recipe] because Irma Rombauer never wanted to become embroiled in the controversy [over which extra ingredients to add]. But how can any book that purports to cover the American cooking scene omit the mainstay of almost everyone's childhood?"
  5. ^ Could your tuna sandwich soon become extinct after high street chains and now celebrities boycott endangered tuna? Daily Mail, 8 June 2009
  6. ^ Jim DuFresne; Greg Benchwick; Catherine Bodry (2009), Alaska, ISBN 978-1-74104-762-2

See also[edit]

  • Fishcake, a product used as a patty between buns, for some fish burgers