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Crunchy Baked Gefilte Fish with Dipping Sauce


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Crunchy Baked Gefilte Fish with Dipping Sauce

This dish is PERFECT for Friday night. Gefilte sticks are crispy, baked and NOT fried. Save the calories for the dessert! Gold's horseradish sauce is sweet, tangy and perfect accompaniment to the gefilte fish. Mix with mayo, pareve cream cheese or sour cream for another twist on the dip. Hope you enjoy this new twist on a very traditional Jewish Shabbat Classic!


  • Prep Time : 5-10 min
  • Cook Time : 25 min
  • Ready Time : 30 min


1 dozen


  • Gefilte Fish Loaf I use A & B
  • 1 cup Matzo Meal/ Panko
  • 1 cup Cornflake Crumbs
  • pinch salt
  • pinch Garlic
  • Olive oil (drizzle over fish)
  • 1 egg (for egg wash)
  • 1 cup Golds Horseradish Only brand I trust!
  • 1 cup Mayonnaise Hellman's preferred


Preheat oven to 350
Place parchment paper on jelly roll pan
Unwrap frozen gefilte fish loaf. Slice lengthwise into 1/2″ thick slices. Slice now widthwise to form “french fry” shapes.
Crack egg into bowl, whisk with fork- this is the egg wash for the gefilte fish “sticks”
Mix 1 tablespoon of Gold’s horseradish with egg for extra flavor boost! (optional)
Mix matzoh meal and cornflake crumbs with spices. Place in medium size bowl.
Dip gefilte into the egg and then bread. Lay on baking sheet.
Repeat process until all sticks are breaded.
Drizzle with a little olive oil.
Bake for 25 minutes until golden brown.

For dipping sauce, mix the mayo with the Gold’s horseradish. Serve in individual ramekins for a personal touch.


About Rebecca Pliner


I am a proud to call myself a home chef. My only training? Practicing cooking techniques daily, and being passionate about cooking kosher, gluten-free and healthy.

I spend my days working a full time job, come home, and immerse myself in my cooking. Taking pictures and doing research on my fresh ingredients, is what I am most proud of. I hope you will follow my blog and see that living a healthy lifestyle while working and being on a tight budget is possible! On my blog you will find great tips about where to buy the food, detailed directions for how to cook the food, and a comedic twist to everyday recipes that I have created. Hope you enjoy! Rebecca Pliner, www.iwantthatfordinner.com


Updates: Working as chef at Odradeks Coffee House in Queens. I manage all the cooking, styling, packaging and menu design. I am busier and happier than ever. Hope to keep you posted on more exciting news!




4 Responses to Crunchy Baked Gefilte Fish with Dipping Sauce

  1. avatar says: Elsie

    Sounds great. Do you serve this hot or cold?

  2. Tried making it with a frozen loaf but couldnt cut it. Made it with a defrosted loaf and it was very nice. GOing to serve it as an hors d for Rosh Hashanah while we are waiting for everyone to arrive. Thanks!

  3. avatar says: Leah

    Any thoughts on how feasible it is to make this ahead of time and reheat? Or will that just be a disaster?

  4. Can this be made without the cornflakes for Pesach? What other crunchy item could be substituted?

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