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Wonderful! I made this for a quick lunch, and I'm so glad I did. We really enjoyed this. My kids didn't want the breadcrumb coating on top, so I got more than my share (and that's a good thing with this recipe). The crumb topping added such a wonderful texture and flavor to the fish. I had a difficult time finding orange roughy (and even then, all I could get was frozen). So I think next time I will try this with fresh tilapia fillets, which is a little easier to find in the markets near me. Thank you for sharing your recipe, poo235.
This is a great recipe! I followed the recipe but sauteed the onion in a little butter (to make sure it cooked through) and used Italian breadcrumbs (what I had on hand). A little squeeze of fresh lemon would be a great addition but it was still yummy without it. I have already recommended this and will make this again.
Tripled it, and used unthawed fillets baked for 30 minutes--the fish came out perfect, but the onions were underdone. Next time I would either pre-saute the onions, or maybe mince them instead of chopping them.
This was just sooo delicious!!! Quick, simple and truly extraordinary. Used minced garlic instead of pressed, and fresh home grown tomatoes. Light and flavorful. Definetly a keeper!! This is going into my favorite recipe binder. Yummy!!!
Wonderful my husband was WILD about it. Easy to make for a beginner cooker, just throw it all in a pan and you are done! THANKS for a wonderful dinner! just another way to cook wonderful fish.
Quick and flavorful. The breadcrumbs make this recipe!
I cooked this for my family and they all loved it and it was extremely simple and quick. I'll be cooking this again.
I gave this one 5 stars as it was surprisingly good and would not have tried it without having read the other reviews. The family LOVED this and are usually wary when I try new stuff on them! 5 stars for easy and good. You would NEVER know that milk was used in this recipe! (cause that was what would turn me off). I upped the easy factor by using jarred minced garlic (1 teas), dried parsley and canned petite diced tomatoes! You'd never know it wasn't the fresh stuff -- fish was great. Thanks for the recipe.
This was GREAT! I made it with Soy milk & used a bit more garlic-sliced/minced not pressed. Delicious & Super Easy!