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This was very easy and good! I used fat-free mayo because I didn't have miracle whip, and my husband loved it .. thanks!

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najwa August 14, 2002

Your crispy oven fish was delicious, and knowing i was eating baked instead of fried really was a plus for sure. I followed your recipe exactly the way you had it,was very easy to put together and in no time at all..My husband said, a definite yes on this one..thanks again Simmy*

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Simmy August 08, 2002

Great idea. We have quite a few "fishermen" in our family and we have been slathering mayo on our mahi for years prior to grilling-- just to prevent sticking and to keep the fish moist. Never thought to add the herbs. Thanks for the recipe.

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Jaymee December 07, 2002

excellant!! i made this on the grill, using a fish basket! the flavor wasn't overpowering, but complimented the fish perfectly. really, really easy too! i will definately make this one again. thanks bergy!

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bratty September 02, 2002

A nice way to serve fish. Thought it sounded fabulous - and it was very good - I guess we didn't expect such a creamy sauce. No complaints from the kids, though. We had NO leftovers! Thanks for sharing this recipe! Next time we'll try it on the grill. :)

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WJKing December 31, 2003

The herb combo gave a subtle flavour to our fillet of sole! I used low fat yoghurt & Hellman's Light - don't tell Kraft Foods - and "baked" the fish. Thanx Bergy!

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CountryLady November 28, 2003

My husband has grilled fish with Miracle Whip , minus the herbs before, and we thought that was tasty & moist...well turn it up a notch!! We, like Jaymee said, never thought to add herbs before, duh, hello! Only thing was, I discovered I had no marjoram, so I experimented and threw in a little extra garlic, a little tarragon,I think I may have even threw in a little basil... I may try adding a dash of parmesan next time. You really could probably use any of your favourite herbs, if they pair well with the fish. We had this on haddock and my hubby used a grilling basket. We liked this,Thanks for the flavour boost!

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Rhonda *J* September 13, 2003

What an excellent way to serve fish! I followed your recipe except for the celery seeds because I didn't have any on hand. We'll definately be having our fish this way more often!

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CheekyBear August 21, 2003

We had this for supper. My DH and I didn't care for it. The thyme over powered the taste of the fish and the sauce. I didn't get out of it what everyone else did. Sorry. Thanks for sharing.

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