This was very good, Loved the lemon flavor, I added parmesan, and some old bay seasoning, All I had was some swiss and mozzarella cheese that i mixed together, Turned out sooo good. Very flavorful. Thank you for the Recipe, I will make this again.
It turned out very good. I used a thick grouper fillet, which is also a very white mild fish. I didn't change any ingredients, but I did add the lemon juice with the cream and mustard rather than squeezing the lemon on with the salt and pepper. I just felt it blended in better. I used a mild swiss cheese fresh grated.
Depending on the thickness of the fish will adjust your cooking time. I cooked mine for 15 and then flipped on the broiler for 2 minutes is all, just to lightly brown.
For a garnish I served it with a lemon slice and fresh chopped parsley
Very nice and very easy, thx
This is absolutely outstanding - the most flavorful fish recipe I have ever had.. I couldn't believe how tasty it was, given so few ingredients - but they work, and they work well together! I will be making this often.. thanks..
Woaooooooooooooooooo it amazing....this is my favorite fish........kisses for u
Our FAVORITE fish recipe to date! It's just one of those recipes that tastes so much better than you would imagine from the simple ingredients. I would give it 10 stars if I could. I'm glad we found it, as we were searching Icelandic recipes and it didn't come up- luckily for us we tried Iceland as a keyword, too.
This is my family's and extended family's new favorite fish dish. I made it with Gruyere cheese and baked at 400 Farenheit for 15 minutes, then broiled on Hi for another 5-7 minutes. It's quick, easy, and everyone loved it.
Very easy to make. Very tasty too. I used Gruyere cheese as that it was I had in the fridge tonight. I did not add the breadcrumbs of the top, as I wanted to serve it with spaghetti. So I cut down on the cooking time. I found it was great after only 20mins.
I enjoyed the taste very much. I thought it was a nice mild flavor, (I assumed that the recipe was calling for prepared mustard and not dry mustard.) I was thinking that the breadcrumbs were a little too soggy and that it needed to be browned off under the broiler. Perhaps reduce the bake time and add a few minutes under the broiler.
This is a good recipe that I enjoyed although my kids weren't too keen on the mustard in the recipe. I served it with white rice and beans. I've cooked very similar recipes before - the cheese was a nice addition.
This was one of themost delicious fish dishes I have had in a long time. I think it is a hidden gem here on Zaar. I did everything exactly as the recipe required, using thick cod fillets, gruyere cheese and Dijon mustard. I did not need to cook it for the 35 minutes, I checked it after 15 and it was done perfectly, moist and flakey, with a nicely browned crumb on top. I served it with lemon rice and steamed asparagus. It was a lovely meal and I know I will make this often. This is now my favorite way to cook fish! Thanks for a fantastic recipe!