I fixed this with a salad and biscuits and felt like I was at Red Lobster. I put lots of pepper on the fish to give it a little extra kick but it is a very tasty recipe.
It was easy to make but not my favorite tasting fish. Almost appeared that it needed something else. I question if 350 was the correct temperature setting. (even confirmed oven temp with a mech readout). Needed to keep fish in oven longer than suggested.
Enjoyed the flavor of this although with the fairly small amount of liquid and baking it was a little dry on top. My oven has a heating element on the top which probably didn't help a lot, but I think it would have been a lot more moist either covered or wrapped in foil for a steaming effect.
Nice basic fish dish. Had an almost Greek taste to me. Easy to do with things you usually have in the house.
I was looking for a healthy fish recipe that was tasty without containing butter or cream, well I found it with this recipe, I used ling/shark & I added some dried Tarragon to the parsley, it was lovely & moist & the 1 large clove of garlic topped it off, I also squeezed extra lemon over at the end. My husband & I thoroughly enjoyed it, but I actually made too much & we couldn't finish it so I gave my fussy burmese cat some leftovers and he amazingly wolfed it down, this is a cat who won't even eat atlantic salmon or prawns, so I thank you that the 3 of us had a great meal.
I don't like fish. My DH loves fish. Once in awhile I have to make fish for him. I used this recipe for some cod I had and it really quite good. Even I ate a piece or two. I didn't change a thing, fish turned out great. Thanks!!
This fish was quite good, stayed very moist and tender. I used perch because I had some in the freezer and it worked well. Thanks
Usually have a problem with baked fish getting to dry, but these stayed very moist and tender. Used cod filets and baked on reynolds wrap for easy clean up. Also, used rice wine instead of white wine. Will bake again!