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An interesting and different way ti prepare fish. If you are feeding children or those who don't like spicy things, you might want to cut back on the peppers.
I found this recipe to be easy and very good. I did make a few changes and that was not to add the salt and I used cheeze-its instead of the nips but since there is salt on the crackers I thought it would be best to not add more. I also didn't have parsley and I was a little leary in making it without but I had everything else and went for it. I certainly didn't miss the parsley but next time I make it I will try it with the parsley. I've already added this to my "Cookbook". Thanks!
My DH & I eat fish 3-4 nights a week so I'm always on the search for new ways to prepare. This recipe was DELICIOUS! I skipped the marinade all together and as we have to follow a lower sodium diet I skipped the salt and used just enough cheese crackers to put a decent coating on each piece of fish. Baked as directed as it was absolutely YUMMY! Definitely will be added to my line up for regular use.
Mmmm-fish coated with cheese cracker crumbs. A really good idea and a really good recipe. I used tilapia and skipped the marinating step. Instead, I just sprinkled a little lemon juice over the fish just before putting it in the oven. Great taste!
This is a delicious recipe. The fish turned out very flavorful and moist. The use of the cheese crackers makes such a difference in the coating and overall flavor of the fish. The only change I made was to omit the water in the marinade and just used the lemon juice as my roughy had been frozen and I didn't want the texture of the fish to suffer and become "waterlogged". Thank you Stacky5RLC for sharing the recipe.