6 Reviews

We eat a lot of seafood and I 'm always searching for new recipes. I used Cod, and it was so good. I was out of fresh dill, so I used some McCormick "It's A Dilly, seasoning. I'd serve this to company. Thanks!

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yamma March 05, 2003

I made this with cod filets and the only thing I did differently was add abit of sauteed onion in the butter which I drizzled on in the last few minutes. The flavor is outstanding, I served this with PanNan's Tartar sauce Tartar Sauce for my Dad who cannot eat fish without it. I thought it was perfection without it, but still tasted it with and it was also wonderful! With Lent coming this will be repeated frequently in our house, it can be made quickly for the weeknight dinners, throw in a baked potato and your set! Thanks PanNan...a wonderful recipe as always!

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Michelle S. March 03, 2003

Easy-peasy and so good, I also used dried dill but it was very flavoursome. My husband especially appreciated this easy dinner, he loves fish! Thank you PanNan!! Made for International Agents of QUEST

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Karen Elizabeth September 19, 2014

Made as written for the Culinary Quest & Agents of QUEST - My DH was having guests last nite, so I was preparing appy snacks for them & our dinner at the same time. Cod fillets had been thawed for our dinner & early in the day I was after an easy-fix easy fix recipe that could be mostly made ahead. Your recipe was my solution. I do admit to using a generous amt of lemon pepper. Delicious simplicity always wins my favor. Thx for sharing this tasty recipe w/us.

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twissis September 19, 2014

My seven year old said this was the best fish ever. We really enjoyed it. I only used 3-4 T butter and cut back on the cayenne. I also used lime instead of lemon.

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Kana September 02, 2006

Lovely subtle flavor- I used dry Dill weed but will try this recipe again with fresh though I doubt it can get much better than last night's dinner.Fresh Lime juice instead of lemon I used Basa filet, started by baking it at 375 for 5 minutes, turned on broiler and 5 minutes later - moist tasty filet Thanks PanNan for a recipe that goes right into my Fish & Seafood cookbook

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Bergy October 24, 2005
Broiled Fish with Dill Butter