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Looked this up at the last minute. Wanted something quick and easy and this filled the bill. Only used 3 fillets so cut down on the recipe. It was delicious and family said "it's a keeper". Thanks Hey!

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Thellie August 30, 2003

YUM! This is delicious!!! I only had Italian Bread Crumbs and no parsley, but it still turned out wonderful. Will definitely be making this again :)

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peachy51 November 02, 2012

I bought an abundance of catfish nuggets on sale and was looking for something new to do with a package of them. This was a great choice !! I used real butter and followed the recipe exactly as stated.( well, I did cut down the measurement of spices as I use Penzy's spices whih are stronger tham those purchased at the supermarket ) I served this with fresh cooked collard greens which made it an even healthier and attractive meal. Thanks for sharing Hey Jude; this will be a regular at my house !!!!

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Sammijo January 11, 2004

My family was not impressed. Thanks for sharing though.

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Chris Reynolds July 27, 2014

I halved the recipe because I had three fish, and subbed almond meal for the breadcrumbs to make it wheat-free. Also, I used dried parsley instead of fresh, and I decided to take FinallyGrowingUp's suggestion, so I whisked up an egg and a little milk to use as the dip. It turned out very tasty! Thanks for a great starting concept--I'll be making this again!

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Jainene February 17, 2010

First, I have to say that my husband absolutely LOVED this! (And he is the pickiest eater I've ever encountered). I made it with small catfish pieces instead of filets and as a result, there was a higher ratio of breading to fish -- which is probably why I personally found that the butter taste was overpowering and made it far too rich. Next time I will try this exact recipe but with the traditional egg or milk dip instead of butter and/or real filets instead of pieces. Besides that, I will definitly make it again and again. Thanks!!

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FinallyGrowingUp December 31, 2007

Even though I don't like a lot of fish, this recipe was very, very good. Will probably have it this way again. Thanks, Jude, for a delicious and easy recipe.

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Darkhunter November 10, 2007

I must say this is a definite winner, hubby loves catfish andso I deceided to try something other than fried.. both of us loved this recipe. So tasty and easy to prepare. I did use half the recipe for the two of us. Thanks for posting.

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nita 284904 southern girl June 30, 2007

i'm not a fan of parmesan and fish together, but my husband LOVED this recipe, and it was so easy to make. definitely something i'll make for him again!

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hica June 29, 2007

I used a big piece of striper (bass) for this recipe. It was very moist and delicious. The fresh parsley made a big difference in the nice flavor of the breading. Since it was New Years Day, I served it with Smoked Rice by NurseDi and a side of spicy black eye peas (for good luck). Thanks Hey Jude for posting.

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luvmybge January 02, 2006
Baked Catfish