16 Reviews

This recipe produces a lovely moist, flavorful piece of fish - It is definately a "do again". I used Chilean Sea Bass, mixed the mayo etc in the am, let the flavors blend, Spread it on the fish just before popping it in the oven. It came out golden with the onion bits accentuating the color. Great flavor, not sharp but mellow. Clear easy instructions Thanks Chuck for a winner

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Bergy February 09, 2004

Overall we liked this recipe. I didn't have any dill and I used shallots instead of onions. I also added a little parmesan cheese and some bread crumbs on top. My husband LOVED it...I'm funny with onions....the shallots were still a tad crunchy and overwhelming for me. I think I will make this again and maybe just use onion juice instead of chopped onions next time.

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PetSitter January 11, 2007

Very easy and very tasty! I used mahi mahi instead of haddock, and used dried onions instead of fresh. It probably would have been better with the fresh onions (but that's my error, no fault of the recipe). Next time I'll also add a heftier dash of cayenne. Great recipe for a busy mom - I'll definitely make it again!

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bunkie68 September 26, 2003

This one is a keeper My husband (whose preference for fish usually runs to the frozen and breaded) loved it, and our 3-year-old daughter actually ate a whole piece by herself! Because I got to the grocery store a little late, I couldn't get haddock, so I used tilapia instead. Used dried onion flakes, dill weed from a squeeze tube, and I thinned out the mix with a little sour cream after the onion flakes absorbed too much moisture. I also plan to combine the coating ingredients with some cream cheese the next time I want to make dip, so it's a two-fer!

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LadyAngel1124 January 26, 2011

My son and I love fish but he prefers it baked and I do not. I decided to try this and we were both very happy. We agreed that it is the best baked fish that either of us have ever eaten. We will definitely make this again. Thanks!

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choco chip August 31, 2009

I did not care for this at all. All I tasted was the strong onion taste. The onion was not cooked beforehand so it never had the chance to soften. It remained crunchy and I thought, undercooked. The rest of the ingredients were good. I made this recipe with tilapia.

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Marie Nixon April 25, 2009

Really good! I used it with basa and I loved it! I winged it with the cayenne pepper and dill so it had a good kick!

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Cadillacgirl April 13, 2009

I thought this recipe was delicious. It keeps the haddock nice and moist, juicy, with a slightly spicy flavor. I'll use this one again.

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vtopp August 24, 2007

This is excellent! It has a wonderful flavor that even my finicky husband and five year old son(!) loved. I doubled the sauce, substituting paprika for the cayenne and Veganaise for the mayo, and it came out just perfect. This is going into our regular repertoire! Thank you Chuck in Killbuck!

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patsommer August 05, 2007

Wow..just a few ingredients and you get a tasty fish dish with lots of flavour..I used gurnard fillets and lite mayonnaise..delicious.

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Evie* January 23, 2006
Baked Fish in Mayonnaise and Mustard