4 Reviews

I took inspiration from this recipe-simply, my pasta and catfish were dressed w/ a splash of evoo, lime juice, and cilantro. The flavor was refreshing and vibrant. I grilled my catfish on cedar planks and topped w/ the sauce from Grilled Salmon and Smokey Tomato-chipotle Sauce. I also served grilled asparagus, Mexican Stuffed Tomatoes and Mexican Sunset Bread (Bread Machine). What a wonderful meal! Thank you so much for a great recipe inspiration!

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Mrs.Jack July 11, 2008

This was delicious and easy. Because we love cilantro and pecans, I doubled the amount of those. Also, I poured a shot of tequila over the catfish before broiling, which made it even more delicious.

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loreengale April 15, 2006

I did not have cilantro and lime on hand so I used parsley and lemon. It was delicious. Thank you for posting.

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wildwoman February 25, 2006

I didnt make the pasta as suggested with the dish (watching my waistline) But broiled the fish as suggested and it tasted wonderful and looked beatiful. Thanks for posting the resipe.

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Angel B. July 27, 2005
Broiled catfish with lime-cilantro butter on a bed of spaghetti