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It was very tasty, but I didn't care for the corn meal. I think next time I will substitute flour in place of the corn meal. I would coat the fish in the flour first, then egg, then finally the breadcrumbs with all of the seasonings.

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J.A. Contes February 16, 2015

Really good. I prepared it as directed. I feel like I did something impressive without the amount of grease.

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WalterA May 27, 2013

This was a great recipe. I cut the measurements for the batter in half. I really didn't cut the quantity of the seasonings because I like a lot of spice. As others, I placed my cast iron skillet in the oven with a little oil while it was preheating - then baked the fish in the oven (did not brown on stove top). I did turn once to brown on all sides. Very good - I will definitely use this batter again.

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leah.dorman March 12, 2013

The cod I thought I would use for this was frozen so I bought haddock. Followed the recipe and my husband said it was "Marvelous!" That's always an excellent reason to make a recipe again. Thanks for sharing.

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JaniceRenee February 23, 2013

The cornmeal at many times got in the way of the texture and taste. I reduced the cornmeal used and replaced with more breading. Added some more season salt, and a touch more cheyenne. My wife loves the breading, and that makes me happier.

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D1gitalR1ze August 05, 2012

To date, this is my favorite recipe for oven fried fish. I use buttermilk, egg, and a good dash of Siracha sauce in the buttermilk dip, and Panko breadcrumbs/cornmeal for the breading. Its excellently crispy and moist !!

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sceleste54 April 20, 2012

This was very tasty. I skipped the pan-frying, as others had done, and cooked at 400 for about 20 minutes. While tasty, it definitely tasted liked baked fish ~ not a bad thing ~ instead of fried fish. But, with a dab of tartar sauce and placed on a bun, my kids thought it was tasty enough. I used mahi mahi that had been in my freezer for a while. I will likely make this again. Thanks for posting!

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SGpratt July 11, 2011

This was pretty good. I think it didnt need double dipped though. I will probably make again.

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l.church February 13, 2011

These filets of cod sure were nice and crispy!!! The coating was easy to apply and for the first time, it didn't fall off the fish in the skillet!!!! Cod isn't my favorite fish, but I had some I wanted to use and I don't think I could have used a better recipe. I'm anxious to try this again since I had such good luck with the coating, but I will use another type of fish -- maybe some sole or halibut. Thanks, Kitten -- I never thought I could make crispy fish without deep-frying it!!!

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Bobbie November 05, 2010
Crispy Oven-Fried Cod Fish