Trying to get my husband to eat fish any other way than fried has been a challenge. We all thought this was delicious and it was easy on the cook (that's me) because it was simple to make. The fillets were tender and the seasoning was slightly spicy but not overdone. Thanks Nurse Di, for another great recipe.
This was my very first attempt at making any kind of fish (besides canned tuna) and it does not get any quicker or easier than this. The seasonings were very good and I will make it again. Thanks
Orange roughy is my favorite fish. Another spice to try on it is oregano. I use salt, pepper, and oregano. I don't even use butter because the fish has a rich, buttery flavor of its own.
Easy and absolutely delicious! I used salmon instead of orange roughy, and it turned out great - the fish was tender and flaky, with just enough of a kick to it. I'll definitely make this again - thanks, Nurse Di!
A tasty recipe perhaps but Orange Roughy live for up to 149 years and are full of mercury. Pregnant ladies should not be eating this and no one else should be eating this very often either or negative healthy effects will occur. Sole, cod, or halibut would be great alternate choices. I will be trying out this recipe on some lovely Pacific salmon, myself.
This was good and easy to make. We all enjoyed this and I made as written.
This was my first time ever making orange roughy. I really enjoyed it, but my boyfriend thought that the flavor was good, but the fish taste to fishy. I substituted season salt for kosher salt and when it was done it melted in your mouth. I served with cheesy broccoli. I was trying to use what we already had in the house.
Easy and delicious.
You can make it vegan (if you want) by using something like Earth Balance instead of butter. I've made this time and time again. It's a real winner.