I don't know - we weren't excited about this. I was happy because it was crisping up nicely but it just didn't have much flavor at all. My 10 yr old love fish - and she likes everything very simple - and even she said it was flavorless. I actually found it a little bitter... I followed the recipe except for adding a dash of garlic powder as one reviewer did. I even bought fresh parmesan. I don't know what happened but I'm not sure if I'll try again.
I used amberjack for this recipe, and it was about an inch to an inch and a quarter thick. So I increased the cooking time a bit. I also used fresh grated parm, and followed other reviewer's advice and cooked on a rack so the bottom wasn't soggy. This was really delicious, and was greatly enjoyed. Thanks for sharing! Made for Zaar Cookbook Tag.
Simple and healthy! We loved it! Keep up the good work.
I used tilapia for this recipe and it turned out great. After seeing Marg (CaymanDesigns)' gorgeous photo of this recipe, I read her review and followed her suggestions and used a foil-lined baking sheet sprayed liberally with Pam.
This was quite good, and I will definitely make it again. Instead of baking this, I broiled it for about 4 minutes per side, which caused it to become nice and crispy.
Really nice flavour! And, the coating stayed on!! I used the same coating for a boneless, skinless chicken breast for my husband & he enjoyed it, too.
Five stars, because hubby who usually says "Serve my fish PLAIN" really liked this recipe! I put the fish on a raised rack on the baking sheet, and it did not get very crispy. So I moved it closer to the top of the oven and turned on the broiler, turning the fish over once. Just right! Maybe I will try bread crumbs in place of the flour, too.
This came out great! I used panko breadcrumbs instead of flour after reading the reviews of people saying it might come out a little mushy. It worked wonderfully! Used it with an orange roughy and it was delicious.
This recipe was very good! I used thawed frozen pollack fish, canned parmesan cheese, and whipping cream instead of the milk. Other than that I followed the recipe exactly. It turned out nice and crispy with a good taste. I had mine with chopped cooked broccoli, which was a nice combo. I would make this again with real parm and maybe fresh fish rather than frozen. Thank you for the recipe!