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Great, healthy meal. My husband loved it. Next time I'll add one more tomato, even though my romas were really big, one more yellow or orange pepper and one less red onion. Served with basmati rice. Thanks for the keeper!

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lolablitz March 08, 2013

This was a great dish. I had to modify it as we had a guest with a garlic allergy and even our bread crumbs had garlic salt. I used ritz crackers instead and it received many compliments. I even finished it after our guest left (don't like left over fish the next day) I liked it that much. Great to use all my fresh veggies, too. Thanks!

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tinatrotochaud August 20, 2010

I was very impressed with this dish. My Mom came home with two fresh cod fillets from the grocery store today, and said, "It looked so good -- can you come up with something?" with a pleading look. (I'm the dedicated "fish cooker" in the family.) I used both green and red pepper in this dish, and added 10 quartered mushrooms as well. I used prepared Herbs de Provance for the seasoning on the vegetables, and lemon pepper seasoning on the fish. Aside from the "chop time," this was a flash to prepare. I served it with Kalamata olive bread -- perfect for dipping into the wonderful sauce! Thank you for a light and flavorful dish. I have a feeling that I'll be making it again, with whatever whitefish happens to come through my door!

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FireRaven May 11, 2007

I loved the sweatness of the roasted vegetables and the crunchy topping. I omitted the zucchini and added a red bell pepper. I added two more cloves of garlic. It was a little salty with the salt on the vegetables, fish and then the soy sauce, so next time I would not be so heavy handed. Would make this for guests in a heatbeat!

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jo_haskin January 25, 2007

Just great. I love how simple and healthy this meal is. The veggies are full of roasted-yumminess which contrasted well with the simple fish. Easy to make as well, can't ask for more than that. Kept the garlic whole. Will make again for sure. Thanks for posting!

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VegSocialWorker April 13, 2006

This is one of my favourite fish dish. I omitted zuchini, used halibut steak, eggplant and grape tomatoes. This is also easy to make. Everybody loved this and they gobbled everything, nothing left. Thank you for posting this great recipe! Will make again next time.

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Morning Biscotti April 02, 2006

I absolutely loved this, making minor changes to fit my south beach diet. Substituted 1/2 cup of chopped pistachios for the bread crumbs and also used grape tomatoes instead of the plum. I also used yellow squash. Thank you!

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maryann denobrega March 28, 2006

We really enjoyed this. It is easy to prepare and as Latchy pointed out healthy. I did not do the breadcrumbs. I sprinkled the fish with some freshly grated parmesan cheese and the chopped parsley. Next time, and there there will be a next time, I think I will try using more garlic and leaving it whole. Thanks for sharing such a healthy and delicious recipe.

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PaulaG August 15, 2004

This is an excellent recipe and so easy to do but full of flavour and healthy to boot. You can't ask for much more. I followed the recipe exactly except for the fish and I had Atlantic Salmon so used that. The sauce at the end I think just makes it so much better than the average recipe, nice touch. I also liked having that crunch of the toasted breadcrumbs on the fish too. As I steam fish quite often I will be making this recipe quite often too.

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Latchy May 06, 2004
Eastern Cod With Roasted Vegetables