Gorton’s Wicked Good Seafood

Fish Sticks

Disclosure: I got some free fish to help facilitate this review. 
I ate it. And I liked it. The photo above was my son's dinner. 
And he ate it and liked it, too.

Ever find yourself in a rut not knowing what to have for dinner?  I do.  All of the time.

Fortunately, there are plenty of websites out there to inspire me.   Even Gorton’s has recipes and ideas that you will find inspiring.  Have a look below at just a few:


By now we have all heard the benefits of consuming fish oil, but YUCK!  I would rather eat fish sticks to aid me in getting my Omega 3’s.  As posted on WebMDThe American Heart Association recommends eating two 3.5-ounce servings of fatty fish, such as salmon, each week.

So these yummy fish sticks aren’t salmon, but they are fish.  Plus, they are quite tasty and simple to prepare.  (And my husband and child ate them – success!)

DSC_1047Preheat oven, place on baking sheet, and bake.  Simple.

Want to know something else about Gorton’s?  They are giving away a wicked good family trip to Boston!  You can enter daily by clicking here.

You can also go to the Gorton’s website and download a coupon so that you can save on your next purchase of fish.

And one more thing….One lucky Southern Kissed reader will win the following prize from Gorton’s:

  • Three $2 off coupons
  • A Gorton’s-branded ship wheel key chain (it’s so cute!)
  • An assortment of Gorton’s recipe cards, and
  • Beautiful seaside/Gorton’s postcards

But remember, you cannot win if you don’t enter, so be sure to go to the Giveaways page and enter by October 6th.

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What do you like to eat with fish?

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  1. says

    I guess it is a comfort food from my childhood, but I actually LOVE fish sticks. When it is seafood day at our school, I am probably the only one giddy to eat. Definitely trying the fish taco.

Just saying....