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dijon fish burger sandwiches



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  • Carbohydrates: 184.9
  • Fats: 5.0
  • Dietary Fiber: 16.0
  • Minerals: 14.0
  • Proteins: 15.0
  • Vitamins: 4.0
  • Water: 9.0


  1. In large skillet
  2. Bring 2 cups water to boil over high heat
  3. Rinse pollock fillets
  4. Add to boiling water in single layer
  5. Cook 3 to 4 minutes or until fish flakes easily with fork
  6. Turning once
  7. Drain fish in colander
  8. If necessary
  9. Remove any small bones
  10. Set fish aside to cool
  11. Meanwhile
  12. In medium bowl
  13. Beat egg slightly
  14. Stir bread crumbs
  15. Carrot
  16. Chives and mustard
  17. Add cooked fish
  18. Mix well with fork
  19. Shape fish mixture into 4 patties
  20. 3 1 / 2 inches in diameter and 1 / 2 inch thick
  21. Wipe same skillet dry with paper towel
  22. Spray skillet with non-stick cooking spray
  23. Heat over medium heat until hot
  24. Add patties
  25. Cook 3 to 4 minutes on each side or until set and lightly browned
  26. To serve: place patties in buns with lettuce
  27. Tomato and tartar sauce

Step 18

Total Time in Minute 35

Ingredients Count 10

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Skinless pollock fillets


Italian style breadcrumbs


Fresh chives

Dijon mustard

Hamburger buns

Lettuce leaves


Fat-free tartar sauce

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