3 Reviews

A great way to dress up a basic baked fish entree. I split the amount of mayo in half and substituted fresh pesto for an extra zing. The baking time was just right for a nice flaky texture. The last couple of minutes I used the broiler to crisp the breadcrumb. Substitute butter flavored cooking spray for the melted butter for ease and reduced calories. I will use this recipe again soon.

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Bachelor Dennis February 26, 2009

A wonderful recipe! The fish came out incredibly flaky and had a terrific balance of flavors -- even though I had no parsley and had to substitute lemon juice for the lime juice (all I had on hand). It didn't "crisp" very much, but that's probably because I don't often have real butter in the house, prefering a more heart-healthy alternative such as Smart Balance spread. I think that real butter would have improved the texture. The flavor, however, was oustanding nevertheless! Will definitely make again. Thanks for posting it!

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Lynne the Pirate Queen August 26, 2008

This is a flavorful dish and a nice way to prepare fish. My only problem was the texture of the topping. It didn't crisp for me, even when I used the broiler; so it caused it to be rather mushy.

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