6 Reviews

chef's wife<br/>GREAT,healthy quick meal!! Loved how easy and fast it was...but sure tasted like it took a long time to prepare!

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Susan H. January 06, 2014

YUMMY!! I tried this for the first time tonight. I had to sub a few things: I didn't have any romano cheese or garlicb powder, so I used a garlic and herb dip seasoning and just fresh parmesan cheese. Also, I forgot about the parsley, but the dip seasoning was flavorful enough without it. My fiancee- who doesn't car too much for fish- even liked it. I had to double the breadcrumb mixture to have enough for all the fish. IT WAS DELICIOUS AND EASY- just what I look for in a recipe. I served it with a full salad (greens, radishes, carrots, sugar sanp peas, avacado, egg and apple chunks) and some garlic roasted potatoes (ala Green Giant). The house smelled great and everyone was satisfied. Thank you! I will definitely make this again.

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katy.bug99 May 04, 2009

This is a great recipe! Me and my boyfriend both loved this. Although he will eat fish he is not crazy about it so this worked out great since he loved it as well. This is a definite keeper. One of the only fish that I will eat is orange roughy. It is a little pricey but does not have that fishy taste so the price is worth it to me. I may just make this recipe again next weekend :-) Thank you Fluffster!

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Gingerbear March 17, 2009

This recipe is fantastic!!! It was so delicious and easy to make. My husband and I both loved it. I make fish often and this has been his favorite so far. We loved that it was crispy, but not fried. This will be one I will make for a lifetime. Thanks for sharing the recipe =).

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azbaker June 21, 2008

I used panko bread crumbs and added dried dill weed to it. LOL! I didn't read the suggestion from the author about adding Italian spices like basil to it. Also I didn't add salt. We still all loved the fish! I did manage to shoot some photos of what was not consumed by the family.

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AcadiaTwo June 09, 2008

I have been making this recipe for about a year now after finding it in my Allrecipes cookbook. I have a few tips: 1. Omit the salt. Parmesan cheese is salty enough. 2. Double all other ingredients in breadcrumb mixture. 3. Add freshly ground black pepper for some spice. I have also used cayenne and it works well here. Finally, dried parsley is fine to use if you don't have fresh. You will adore this fish!

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Kittynoises June 02, 2008
Baked Orange Roughy Italian-Style