I am always willing to try a new flounder recipe. This was good. I can see where some minor changes would have increased my enjoyment. I think sauteing the mushrooms first would have helped, reducing the cooking time by 10 minutes and adding a little salt and pepper.
This is the best fish recipe I've tried in a long time. I've also made it with chicken (brine chicken first) and it turned out great. Thanks for posting! The whole family LOVES it!
7 yr old DD said it was awesome, DH said it was good, I thought it was ok. I didn't really care for the crumb mixture. Might make it again for family.
Yum! My husband, who HATES fish, had seconds!! Thanks for an easy and delicious fish recipe.
Very good recipe, thank you! Here are the slight alterations I made: I don't "do" onions so I omitted them but I did add onion powder. I didn't have any fresh mushrooms so I used canned ( very good but fresh would have been great!) I also sliced a couple of plum tomatoes and layered them on before the cheese. It came out wonderfully and the hubby loved it too!
Wonderful!!! I baked mine for 20 minutes because they were very thin fillets. Long story short, DH made a face when I brought flounder home from the grocery store. Well, I can tell you that he ate 2 pieces and declared it the best tasting fish he's had in awhile! Thanks!
I agree with flipside1794; it's the best flounder I've eaten in a long time! Wow!
Although the flavors of this dish are outstanding, there seems to be an error in the cook time of the flounder. I recently saw a similiar recipe in Eating Well and it called for 12 minutes of oven time. My fish was like mush with 30 minutes of cooking as stated in this recipe.