I loved this recipe! I don't like fish, so I am always looking for different ways to cook it, to hide the fish flavor. I added 10 minutes on broil and it ended very crispy.
This recipe got rave reviews in our home! I typically grate fresh Parmesan, but it did not adhere well to the tilapia, so I substituted Mama Francesca's grated Parmesan. I followed the portions to a tee as we are watching our calorie intake and ended up baking the fish less than 25 mins. It was devoured in seconds! If anyone else is trying to cook delicious meals under 400 calories, the lamb kabobs recipe featured in this group were also delicious and a huge hit!
I am not a huge fish fan. I think this needed something. Maybe next time I will add some Old Bay.
this came out perfect! quick, easy and delicious. i used whiting fillets. i followed the suggestions of other posters and used panko instead of flour, and baked the fish on a cooling rack. it came out nice and crispy.<br/><br/>i find that many recipes in general are light on the spices, so i also sprinkled a tad bit of garlic powder, salt, pepper and paprika directly on fish prior to coating.<br/><br/>will definitely make this again!
I used panko instead of flour. I also bake on a cooling rack to keep the fish from getting soggy.
I used 1 TBSP more flour and baked at 400 degrees for about 22 minutes. This was very, very tasty and even my very particular husband loved it.
My picky daughter liked this. I dotted it with butter in the last few minutes of cooking because it seemed a little dry. The butter added a nice flavor.
Very good! So much better than fried. I used fresh hogfish.
After a few pieces of fish, the breading ingredients became clumped up, Also, my stepkids complained that it tasted eggy.
looking for fish recipes due to health reasons. My husband actully likes fsh mre tha I.Made this last night, with broccoli and brown rice. Waht a meal. I used swai, a kind of new fish, but inexpensive,I think it is as good as cod, not as good as flounder or sole, whichis our preference, even though this recipe was excellent.I am teaching hubby how to cook a few things that do not require a microwave. he on a whim put on lemon pepper, which was better than the cinnamon he was going to add. Oh, he also added a tad of dill, which did not hurt, but maybe added. I love dill flavor. all in all very , vey good