Baked Fish and Chips


Here in Wisconsin, fish and chips are a way of life. Every year, restaurants compete for the title of best fish fry, and now you can be a part of the tradition with this easy Baked Fish and Chips recipe!

overhead photo of a blue dinner plate full of Oven Baked Fish and Chips (baked potato wedges)

This is an easy, healthy baked fish recipe that’s inspired by a lifetime of eating fish and chips. I grew up eating them at my hometown parish fish fry during Lent, I’ve frequented the “Best Fish Fry” award winners here in Wisconsin where fish fry is sacred year-round, and fish and chips is the dish I ordered the first time I ever traveled abroad at a British pub in London.

Three decades of eating fish and chips and you know what? I love today’s healthy recipe for crispy Baked Fish and Chips more.

I mean no disrespect towards any of the fine fish and chips establishments I’ve patronized throughout the years. The fish fry is a beloved classic for a reason, and every once in a while, a greasy-napkin basket of beer battered fish and chips hits the spot.

99.9% of the time, however, I’m much happier with this easy baked fish recipe.

Like beer battered fish and chips recipes you’ll find in bars, my baked version is golden and crispy on the outside, and the fish is moist and tender on the inside. Even Gordon Ramsay, the famously blunt and accomplished British celebrity chef would approve!

To make this fish recipe even easier, the “chips” bake on the same sheet pan as the fish. You’ll have just one pan to wash in the end!

Ready to make the fish fry an every night ordeal? Let’s make this healthy Baked Fish and Chips recipe!


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