I would have never thought that tomatoes on fish would be good but it is. The only thing I had trouble with was skinning the fish. A very sharp knife is a must!!
I have made this before and it's great because I always change it up a little depending what I have on hand. Last night I used a can of diced tomatoes. I also cut out the butter, I only lightly coated the bottom of the pan then used a little bit of Olive Oil drizzled on top of the fish. I also chopped up some garlic and added it to the tomatoes. It was wounderful, light and fresh. Great if your watching you weight! My husband also loved it.
Absolutely wonderful. I was not sure about the sugar in it, but it was incredible. My husband even said that this recipe is a keeper. Great week night meal. Quick and easy.
Tasted great and was quick and easy to prepare. Easy to make for one or for many. If you want to cut even more time try using canned petite tomatoes with olive oil and garlic (Del Monte makes them.)
Yummy! We had last night for supper with buttered peas and brown rice. I am trying to include more fish in our diet and this was a great way to do it. I do agree, the fish was a little hard to skin, but it was my first time, so I expect it might be easier next time.
This was wonderful! I too changed it up a bit. I used olive oil margarin instead of butter, added a can of diced tomatoes instead of fresh, and added 4 green onion stalks instead of 3. I also added some garlic powder on top. It was great! I really impressed my finance.
very good I added parmizon cheese near the end!
This was very easy and adaptable--I used canned stewed tomatoes and a sweet onion(all I had) and omitted the butter. Absolutely Fabulous!
Simple, quick, easy, delicious! What more could you want in a recipe?
This was great! I used fresh fish and it required about 5 minutes longer to bake (fairly thick fillets) and then I grilled it for 2 minutes beyond that. I used less sugar & butter and more onions. A keeper recipe for sure!