Fish Sticks, Fries & Scrapple

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Fish Sticks, Fries & Scrapple


This is going to be the second time I’ve made Fish Sticks, since @flatbroke suggested I try them again. He was right, they are a lot better than they used to be. Here’s the first one I did since then.
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So I decided to give the Fish Sticks another chance at my Supper Rotation.
These were Pretty good—Much better than we used to get. Thank You FB !! I’ll be having these again!
So all I did was Set my Ninja on Air Crisp at 390° for 6 minutes.
I filled it completely with Fish Sticks & Fries.
Then Flip them & give them another 6 minutes. They were Great !!
Another Great Meal from My Ninja!!

Then the next night I made Scrapple & Home fries, so I’ll show that Below, as a bonus.

Hope you enjoy the Pics!

Bear

15 Fishsticks & a bunch of Steak Fries, in my Ninja:
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Bear's Supper, with Fish Sticks & Sandwich Spread for Tartar Sauce, And Fries with Mrs Bear's BBQ Sauce
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Next Night---Starting a Pound of Scrapple in my Ninja:
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Almost done:
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Bear's Scrapple & Home Fries Supper:
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llok real good. we buy "grouper fingers when available. we do the eggwash then panko dip and put on a grid and freeze. then use cuisinart air fryer versus oil.
 
Looks tasty from here. Have no idea what scrapple taste like but from the look of it I would enjoy it. Never seen it around here. Must be regional thing. Time to do some more googling
 
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llok real good. we buy "grouper fingers when available. we do the eggwash then panko dip and put on a grid and freeze. then use cuisinart air fryer versus oil.
Thank You FX !!!
That sounds Great !
I don't think I ever saw "Grouper" in any of my local stores.

Bear
 
Looks tasty from here. Have no idea what scrapple taste like but from the look of it I would enjoy it. Never seen it around here. Must be regional thing. Time to do some more googling
Thank You Dude!
If you're looking to buy Scrapple, go for either "Hatfield" or "Habbersett".
And Thanks for the Like.

Bear
 
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