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You may use imitation crab in place of the fresh crabmeat due to cost reasons, I have made these using imitation and it was still wonderful --- I have listed a honey-mustard sauce on the bottom to serve with the crab cakes if desired but these are just as good served alone! --- plan ahead there is a 1 hour freezing time.

Recipe #96018

This recipe is my modified version of Paula Dean's crab cakes.

Recipe #352025

This is a fabulous recipe for oven fried tilapia slightly adapted from Paul Prudhomme's wonderful "Fork In The Road" lower fat cookbook. I served this for dinner with family and it got rave reviews. Even my picky 5 year old eater enjoyed it. The ingredient list here is long, but is mostly spices. Please don't be put off, this is wonderful stuff and once you get the spice mixture combined, quite easy to make.

Recipe #99709

Easy casserole with scallops, cheese, & Ritz.

Recipe #205774

This recipe came from BHG.com. It gives the fish a nice crunchy topping without being dried out. I also like to spritz lemon juice across the fillets the instant they come out of the oven.

Recipe #91188

OK, here it is! My FIRST recipe post to the site, This recipe was given to me by my mom, I have NO idea where she got it, but it is just awesome, simple to make, and it is the ONLY fish my picky, picky 11 year old daughter will eat, she loves it! She actually BEGS me to make it. Update: After reading the reviews, I just want to emphasize the importance of using Panko breadcrumbs in this recipe. It makes a HUGE difference! I also have never baked this fish, so cannot predict the results. For those who have commented that the breading isn't sticking well, I have found that this happens to me as well, when I have used too much of the mustard/mayo combo. A thin coating is best! I hope you all enjoy this recipe, and thanks for taking the time to review it!

Recipe #166118

I love pecan-crusted fish. This is a light recipe, but you can serve it with a kicked-up tartar sauce as well.

Recipe #128799

This is not your garden-variety salmon pie. A savory crust, creamy-rich filling topped with a velvety dill sauce is hearty enough to make a one-dish meal. This recipe would work equally well with tuna.

Recipe #129536

Tickle your taste buds with this wonderful new tilapia recipe. For those of you who are not familiar with this fish it taste a lot like cod or white fish...very good!

Recipe #92650

I like to add in a couple tablespoons of fresh lemon juice also! Please adjust the curry powder to taste. This recipe will make four about 3/4-inch patties but can easily be doubled. Plan ahead the patties need to chill for 1 hour before frying.

Recipe #176543

Healthier and tastier way to serve fish. I have used flounder, catfish, grouper, perch and tilapia with great results.If your fish is not getting crispy try broiling it for a minute or so to get it crispy. Oh and parmesan from a can is ok but treat yourself and use freshly grated. You will be oh so happy you did.

Recipe #151785

One of my favorites for a mild white fish.

Recipe #158499

Any kind of mild white fish will work.

Recipe #158500

This is a really good salmon recipe from Woman's World magazine. Full of all wonderful Mediterranean ingredients.

Recipe #138183

This is my version of Ruby Tuesday's New Orleans Tilapia. Tilapia fillets are baked then topped with alfredo sauce, sauteed red peppers and garlic cooked shrimp. I'm not very good at copycatting recipes, but we had this last night and it was mighty fine.

Recipe #99247

Only four ingredients, easy and oh so good! The orginal recipe calls for frozen flounder, but I've found that the Tilapia works better in this recipe. I've updated to change the cooking time from 30 minutes to 45 minutes after reading the reviews.

Recipe #103100

This is someone's Mom's fried fish recipe but it's not MY Mom. I found it in Taste of Home, June/July 2005 issue and made it tonight for dinner. It's very, very good and SO easy. The recipe called for the fish to be deep fried but I fried it in about 3/4 inch of oil in a large, heavy skillet. Also, the original recipe called for whitefish fillets, cut in half lengthwise....I used some thin Chilean sea bass fillets and it was excellent. I think any firm, white fish fillets will work. This recipe was printed in Taste of Home magazine and attributed to Julie in Wisconsin. Julie, if you ever become a member of Zaar, contact me and I'll ask Kathy to transfer this recipe over to you and thanks for the great dinner!

Recipe #123625

9 Reviews |  By LAURIE

DD#1 (the chef)brought this recipe home from a co-worker. I thought what a unique way to coat anything! I hate fish but cant wait to try this on chicken tenders. Dont think it could get much easier than this!

Recipe #139917

10 Reviews |  By Bev

With all the rhubarb lovers here I decided to post this recipe from Williams-Sonoma. If you prefer a thinner sauce, add a splash of white wine.

Recipe #36510

69 Reviews |  By GaylaJ

This recipe was published in Cooking Light. I make it a bit different than it originally appeared, though (I don't use fat-free mayonnaise, saltines, etc. and also add some additional ingredients to suit my taste). If you would like to make the original version, just stick with the fat-free items and omit the last 4 items in the ingredient list (mayo through Tabasco) and you will have the original recipe. Prep time includes 20 minutes chilling time for the salmon cakes.

Recipe #119417

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