We enjoyed our meal so much tonight, Inez! I used fresh halibut filets and made your recipe as directed. Served with some tartar sauce and lemon wedges. I will keep this recipe in my make again file! Thanks, Inez!
This was quick and easy, as well as a nice change from 'fried' fish. I used fresh (channel) catfish as DH has been on a fishing spree and bringing lots of it home lately. Apparently my fillets were a little thicker as I had to cook them at the specified temperature for almost 20 minutes. Thanks for sharing Inez!!
The fish itself had good flavor once I removed the crust. I think there was too much paprika that gave the crust an odd flavoring and needs some modification before I try it again.
Very quick and very easy. I love those types of recipes. This was and excellent dinner. I made this using catfish and it came out extremely moist and tender. I had two pounds of fish so I doubled the incredients and it worked out great for me and my neighbor and her son. I'm talking no left overs. This was excellent. Thank you for sharing the recipe. It sure is in my keeper folder.
This was a beautiful way to serve fish. Unfortunately, my oven quit working just as I was ready to bake it - so I ended up having to fry it in a skillet....BUT - it was still very good! Next time I will go a bit lighter on the paprika, and use fresh-grated Parmesan. Thanks so much! Served this with stir-fried broccoli (#31755) and carrots piedmontese (also posted on 'zaar) - lovely dinner, thanks!
I prepared this last night for dinner, I used fresh perch, it was very fast and very delicious! I served this with Orzo Broccoli Pilaf and steamed carrots. Wonderful! Thanks Inez.
I used Panko for the breadcrumbs and Ocean Perch, also smoked paprika instead of regular. Was fantastic :)
This was very good. I bought African Perch from the fish market. The filets were about 3/4 of an inch thick in the middle. I ended up baking for about 16 minutes to get it fully cooked. I would make this again. Definitely a keeper.