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GREAT EASY RECIPE. if you like more spice put in a little more pepper and basil. if you use seasoned cast iron pans as the baking dishes with a little pam and pre heat the pans in the oven up to temp, the fish will not stick. I didn't turn the fillets over and they were perfectly cooked in 15 min. (I've found that glass baking dishes tend to stick the food but pre heating helps.

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burtcook1 May 08, 2010

I made this last night and it was delish! Easy! I used a corn muffin mix and added a little extra salt and garlic powder but that was all that I tweeked on it and it turned out perfect! We are on a lowfat diet so I lined the pan with foil and just sprayed it with non-stick spray. I served with fresh spinach sauteed with onions, mushrooms, scallions and a touch of soy sauce and olive oil and a baked potato. My husband LOVED this! Thanks!

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Chef Lori D January 10, 2010

My FIL liked this catfish a lot but I was disappointed in the flavor. The fish was tender and moist but the breading stuck to the bottom of the casserole dish. I used a spatula and removed some of the breading and laid it on top of the fish. The flavor was bland even with the seasonings and light ranch dressing.

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lauralie41 May 12, 2008

The flavor of this recipe is fine, but my breading stuck to the pan. I even sprayed the glass pan I used with Pam, first.

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Scrivener1 April 28, 2008
Baked Catfish Fillets