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I've made this recipe several times and it is one of my all-time favorites. I don't think I'll ever cook tilapia any other way! The recipe is very well written, easy to follow and simple. Great job!

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michael.draut June 11, 2012

A family favorite now, thanks for the recipe :)

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martianbee_10377964 January 17, 2012

Fish is not too popular at my house but My Family loved this!

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Beautifulwifey May 07, 2013

I was worried about the mayo in this but it is really good! I think next time to make it healthier I will try yogurt in it's place and maybe even try cornmeal for a different taste. Thanks for posting!!

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chrisnjamiez July 11, 2012

I made this last night and it was really good! I really liked the idea of the mayo and egg dipping batter. This is a keeper that will be used on a lot of the fish that I catch. I'm making the herb mixture in bulk to just have on hand for other cooking ideas such as batter and baked veggies. Good recipe!

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WhiteSnake May 15, 2011

DELICIOUS! I first marinated the filets in a little lemon, garlic, salt & pepper for a few hours. I used Parmesan panko bread crumbs, and basil instead of oregano. Baked at 22 minutes and it was perfect.

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Spoan March 11, 2011

Wonderful breaded fish recipe! I followed the recipe exactly, cutting it in half to make 2 servings of fish. I did add a couple of tbsp of flax seed to the egg mixture since I'm trying to get more flax into my diet, but I really don't think it had an impact on the flavor at all. This one's a keeper.

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Karen67 February 01, 2011

LOVE LOVE LOVE. I used Italian Seasoned Panko Crumbs to eliminate making my own italian combination. I sprinkled the extra crumb/parm mixture over top of fillets and it was amazing.

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Stefanie828 October 28, 2010

Excellent recipe! DH loves fish and he asked me to make this a second time this weekend. I'm picky about seafood recipes myself. I'm Cajun and like flavor. This fit the bill! Thanks for a great recipe.

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kenbarby July 30, 2010

I made only half of the recipe, and it was perfect!

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Grossen's Girl Chef May 02, 2010
Baked Parmesan Tilapia