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I have made this before and it does deserve 5 stars. To nursejillian... You might try this tip I got from the Rachel Ray show yesterday. She puts a cooling rack on her cooking sheet when cooking things like this. She says it keeps it from getting soggy. The other option is to use Panko crumbs instead of the flour with the seasonings. The are really crispy.

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roxie52 December 15, 2011

Made this last night usong talipa and it was very good. Will save and make again.

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WhiteSnake June 10, 2010

I agree with KITTENCAL, the fish is awesome! I used tilapia fillets and additional cheese and flour. I baked the fillets at 350 degrees and before putting the fish on the pan, I lined the pan with foil and sprayed it with oil. This really helped with the clean-up.

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PaulaG January 31, 2006

quick and simple. my husband loved it....i thought it was just okay. my fish never became very crispy...it seemed like the coating was mushy. but my husband is still raving about how it was some of the best fish he's ever had :)

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nursejillian April 19, 2010

Excellent Recipe! One Note: We used the new Reynolds Non-Stick aluminum foil. It worked perfectly...no need to add any oil or grease.

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Roswell's Test Kitchen February 18, 2009

This was very good! It may be one of the few times when that grated parmesan in the canister is preferred to the fresher stuff. I would never have thought to use it as a bread crumb stand-in...very creative! The tilapia fillets did not brown as much as I would have liked, and I left them in the oven for a bit longer than the 25 minutes indicated. Still, this tasted much better than it looked. Next time, I will probably bread them in a shallow pan instead of using the plastic bag, because it got really gloppy in the bag. I'll be making this again -- thanks for sharing!

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Aunt Cookie February 01, 2008

What a tasty way to do fish!!I used flounder. My DH does not eat fish, so I did a boneless chicken breast this way for him. He LOVED it! Of couse I had to increase the cooking time for it, but that was easy. I just popped his pan with the chicken in about 10 minutes before I added mine with the fish, so they both finished off together.We both loved our dinner! Thanks for another great one Mama!

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Bert's Kitchen Witch March 28, 2007

This is so easy and delicious! I used panko instead of flour and it made a nice crispy coating. The parmesan added great flavor. Thanks, we loved it and I'll make it again.

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DesertRose15 April 28, 2014

I used fresh Cod from my fish monger. The crust turned out o,k,, but was missing something flavor wise. I used a good quality Parmesan cheese and a high quality Hungarian paprika. I think it needed more salt, and maybe lemon pepper instead of regular ground black. I will try again with minor changes. Be sure to "pat" your fish dry before coating.

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Steak&Taters January 16, 2013

Nice recipe that we enjoyed and will make again soon. I subbed whole wheat flour. Next time I will try adding the panko next time as well. I also cooked on a cooling rack, but didn't get the crispy coating I was hoping for. I think I didn't let it cook long enough. I used tilapia. Thanks for sharing!

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Amanda Beth February 12, 2012
Baked Parmesan Fish