54 Reviews

My husband is a seafood lover but I am not. I found this recipe recommended by others that don't favor seafood and I thought I'd give it a try. I cleaned my plate! I will definitely make again!

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Mrs Dockter April 27, 2010

The basil and the paprika overpowered the fish flavor. I should cut down on the amount next time. Also, I didn't get enough crunch as I would like.

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monmamoni December 20, 2011

I love this Fish Recipe! It is now my 'go to' recipe for when I bake fish! However, I kick it up a notch by adding some Panko Breadcrumbs to the plain for extra crunch, and also putting it under the broiler for a minute or two for a bit of extra crunch.

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GlamAtomic June 28, 2010

We are trying to increase the amount of fish we eat - this recipe will certainly help us to do so! We really really enjoyed it. My husband was just going to taste it, but ended up eating a large fillet, smacking his lips. I used about 2 pounds of cod fillets, using the lemon pepper option. 1 Tbsp. paprika suited us perfectly, and gave a beautiful color to the fish. Served with basmati rice and boiled greens. Yum!

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BettyBoop330 April 19, 2013

This was the best fish my husband said he's ever eaten! Thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe. I was very fast and easy to make at the last minute!! I will definately be making this dish again.

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kellyfaith October 12, 2012

Yum my kids and I loved this fish. I did have to sub in a few cracker crumbs as i was out of breadcrumbs but it still worked like a charm. The fish baked up so nice and crispy. We loved it and I loved the fact that there was no oil (except for the butter). Thanks Kittencal for another winner in our books.

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mommyoffour June 19, 2012

This was wonderful!! My kids (9,7&4) loved this and they are picky eaters. I used Tilapia and cut it into 1 inch nuggets. I only buttered one side and coated the entire nugget in the bread crumb mixture ( I used the seasoned salt as suggested). I baked for 10min and then an additional 10 under the broiler (on low). It did not crisp up but that might just be because my fish was semi frozen. I baked it on a foil lined cookie sheet.

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Simply Yummy January 11, 2012

We loved this recipe! I substituted Panko bread crumbs and eliminated the basil (we were out) and it was still delicious! Thanks for another great recipe!!!

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GrandBendJen September 09, 2011

This was very good. It was so flavorful. Will make this again soon. Thanks for posting.

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gwynn March 31, 2011

Absolutely delicious! Used sierra, soaking it in milk for a couple hours before breading. This will be come my go to for baked fish! Thanks Carol!

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Galley Wench February 06, 2011
Baked Fish Fillets