Total Time
15mins
Prep 5 mins
Cook 10 mins

My 7 yr old came home from a friend's house raving about dinner and saying I *had* to call and get the recipe. I was surprised when she said it was fish, as she is not the biggest fan. When I asked if she knew what kind of fish it was, she nodded enthusiastically and said it was 'caught fish.' I made a phone call to check it out...here for you is my friend's recipe for super easy 'cod fish.' ;o) BTW, she said bags of frozen cod fillets were readily available at the local Sam's warehouse but had been hard to find at the groceries.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Melt butter in baking pan at 350.
  2. Mix flour, cornmeal, onion salt,& pepper.
  3. Dredge fillets in flour mixture.
  4. Place in pan, turning once to coat both sides with butter.
  5. Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese.
  6. Bake 10 minute.
Most Helpful

Wonderfully flavored fish! Although next time, as long as the butter is there anyway, I would panfry the fish. I'd prefer that texture and crunch, I think. Very easy and quick to prepare. What more could you ask for?

sugarpea March 04, 2004

Made for the What is on the Menu? Tag Game & love the story! -- Caught fish is plentiful here & a fave w/DH & me. I was mostly faithful to your recipe, but did modify 1 ingredient out of need & amend the prep slightly to suit my methods. I cannot get cornmeal here, so I used a combo of corn flour & breadcrumbs. I mixed the dry ingredients in a sml plastic bag, shook the fillets well, placed them in the butter as directed & sprinkled more of the dry ingredient mix atop them. I cooked the fillets a bit longer than suggested & then let the hot-air fan add a bit of crisp. Voila! An easy-fix all done & delicious. Thx for sharing your recipe w/us. :-)

twissis January 12, 2015

We enjoyed this fish. I added 1/4 t of garlic powder and sprinkled some smoked paprika on top for color. I liked the cornmeal crunch and the parmesan addition of flavor. I also loved the story! Thanks for a great recipe.

Paka June 01, 2012