Very good! I added in some old bay seasoning to the panko bread crumbs and served as a fried fish po'boy with remoulade. I froze half before baking, so I'll update the review when I find out how well it worked. Thanks for posting a great way to have lighter "fried" fish!
I really liked this recipe! I made it wheat/gluten free by using the special flour and breadcrumbs. I used plaice, which I wouldn't usually consider battering, but it worked!!! I also added a little cayenne chilli pepper, and my fish hating bf loved it. I served it with quartered baby potatoes, oven roasted in rosemary oil, a tin of peas, and a bottle of Champagne to commiserate the "Emergency Supplementary Budget" the Irish goverment announced today. Thanks for a great recipe!
I thought this was okay. I was making this for fish tacos so I added some seasoning to the batter but all together I thought it was more work than a usual oven fried fish and my fish was done after 10 minutes.
Used cod. 15 minutes is a little bit too long to cook with cod - fish was a bit dry. Family enjoyed this.
I made this the other night for some guests who were coming over. I doubled the recipe with no problem but did have some batter and breadcrumbs left over. Next time I will add a little heat to the batter, maybe some Tabasco or even just some cayanne pepper as I really like SPICY but all in all this was yummy. It is not necessaraly a subsitute for a greasy piece of "fish and chips" fish but it was certinally delicious and fed my craving for fried fish nicely. At over 1000 calories for a serving of typical fried fish this was a much better option for a weeknight meal for me and my friends. THANK-YOU! (this was the only beer battered no fry fish recipe on here at time of reviewing, very helpful-Thanks!)