5 Reviews

I love fish done this way. I don't have Old Bay so used a Cajun blend but followed the method using northern pike. Very easy and very tasty. I'll certainly do this again.

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Annacia April 28, 2012

The fish came out perfect...the cooking time is spot on...I cooked mine for 30 mins and it was nice and flaky...we love old bay seasoning and this recipe is so quick and easy to prepare...it's a keeper...thanks for posting it! =)

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teresas May 03, 2013

So simple and so yummy. I used cod fillets that were liberally sprinkled with the Old Bay seasoning. The fillets were placed on a rack with a small amount of water in the bottom of the pan. This helped to keep the fillets moist while they cooked. I will have to remember this for use with other types of fish. Thanks for sharing.

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PaulaG July 04, 2012

I really enjoyed this! Mine didn't look as red as Annacia's photo, but the taste was great! I used Old Bay, and just sprinkled it on until it looked right...lol! Turned out perfect. Thanks for a recipe I'll make again and again. Made for PRMR tag.

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breezermom June 06, 2012

This is a delicious fish recipe. Very moist. Thanks for sharing.

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DonnaColorado Johnson September 16, 2013
Easy Baked Fish (Haddock, Cod, Tilapia)