Cajun Filet-o-Fish Sandwiches

I needed something pretty quick and easy for lunch. I’m not sure why, but I was hankerin’ for a McDonald’s filet-o-fish sandwich. And wouldn’t you know I had everything on hand to make one? Well, it’s not quite the same version as you get at the fast food joint. My version of the filet-o-fish sandwich has a bit of a Cajun kick to it.
Cajun Filet-o-Fish SandwichesThis Cajun filet-o-fish sandwich came out great. A quick and easy lunch in a pinch. You could substitute ‘normal’ tartar sauce, but I really like the extra flavor in the Frog Bone Bayou Tartar sauce. A bottle of it doesn’t last long around here.

Kick up your sandwich even more with my homemade chipotle tartar sauce.

Cajun Filet-o-Fish Sandwiches

Course Main
Cuisine American
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Servings 2 servings
Author Mike



  • Toast the buns, if desired.
  • Cook the patties per package instructions. Halfway through the cooking process, when you have to flip the patties, sprinkle them with as much Cajun seasoning as you desire. No point in being shy about it.
  • To assemble sandwiches, top bun bottoms with the fish. Add a piece of cheese followed by a generous amount of tartar sauce. Add the top bun and enjoy!

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