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Everyone loved this one . . . although I omitted the lemon zest.
DH brought home some fresh halibut yesterday and this was a great way to prepare it! Great taste, easy to fix, and the texture of the crumbs was really nice. I didn't have a fresh lemon, so subbed about 1/2 tablespoon of lemon juice. Also, subbed about 1/8 tsp cayenne for the paprika. Our fillets were a bit thick, so added about 4 minutes to the cooking time.
This was a great breading for the fish. DH loved it, but I thought it was a bit too much of the bread crumbs. Will definately use this recipe again, with fewer crumbs.
I would make this again. Maybe even with a thinner fish. I bought my Halibut at Trader Joe's and it was vacuum packed. The texture was very soft. Fresh fish is the way to go. I would also use a bit more butter. Wasn't my kids' favorite but I think it was the texture of my fish. Thanks for posting.
This was very tasty! I've made this twice now and the first time I made it exactly as described but all the topping fell off. The second time I made it I mixed the olive oil (instead of butter) with the bread crumbs before putting it on the fish and had more success with keeping it on the fish without changing the taste. Thank you for a great new recipe!
I'm not much of a cook but my family loved this entree. I made fresh whole wheat bread crumbs because we're on an organic diet and it was very tasty. I'll definitely make it again.
This dish was great. My husband loved it. Quick and easy
Made this with tilapia. Worked out very well.
I loved this dish! I am not much of a cook but it was super easy to make and all of the ingredients are ones I had which is always nice! My family loved it!