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So easy and so good! I used halibut filets. The mayonnaise gave the fish a nice taste, and the paprika made it look pretty! We love this Bev! Thanks for such an easy and delicious recipe!! I will keep this one handy!

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MizzNezz April 07, 2003

Oh my goodness! Fish never ever tastes this good! I made it EXACTLY as stated. I used S&P and Mayo on both sides. Added a little tiny bit of dried parsley for extra color on the top. This is a keeper beyond words. The fish I used was Tilapia. It was so good I didn't use any of the tartar on my plate (a recipe I make myself that's super good). Thanks for posting. Even my husband who had made me promise I would never give him fish again loved it!

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Seashorewalker July 01, 2012

I used sole. It turned out very good, nice tang to it. Easy recipe, thanks Bev.

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Dorel April 06, 2004

I used pollack and it came out moist and flavorful. What an easy recipe.

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Indiana Debbie November 22, 2003

I loved it! It was so easy to make and tasty. Next time I'll add more onion powder cause its a very nice taste. I bake it for 15 minutes in higher oven (375). The paprika made it very beautiful. Thanks Bev for such a tasty recipe!

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katia April 19, 2007

I made this with ruby red trout filets and they were just delicious. I didn't use the salt, pepper, onion powder or paprika, however, I used Trader Joe's 21 Seasoning Salute, which is salt-free....watching the husband's diet, ya know? Otherwise, I made as is, using canola mayonnaise and we had these filets with baked sweet potatoes and a baby lettuce salad. I'll definitely be using this recipe again as it's so quick, easy and delicious (my favorite type of recipe). Thanks for posting this great recipe Bev, we loved it!

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Hey Jude March 29, 2007

Not only easy, its also tasty! I used Basa (in the catfish family), Hellman's Light & followed the directions. Next time, I'll season after brushing with mayo. Thanx for another keeper Bev!

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CountryLady March 28, 2005

fabulous for the whole family, baby too!

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Maxine in Auckland November 18, 2009

I have been looking for this everywhere. I always get the salmon made like this at chinese buffets. Its addicting, low carb, and so delicious. Thank you thank you thank you!

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Tiny_Toodles April 22, 2009

Thoroughly enjoyed by the DM and the DS. So easy to do, I did mix the seasonings with the mayo and spread it on with a knife. My fillets (2 x 175 grams snapper) with rather thick and took 25 minutes to cook. Will definately be doing again (just amazed I haven't done it sooner). Thank you Bev.

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I'mPat October 28, 2007
Easy Baked Fish