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Recipe sounds good but how can 3/4-1 lb serve 3-4 ? I can eat 1lb baked fish on my own, I'm a fish lover. Pictures look yummy. Are you sure about the servings? Thanks for the recipes though sounds good.

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nina22541 September 23, 2014

I am not a fish fan but I have made this to send to friends and the consensus is excellent. So easy for me...appreciated by them. What's not to like?

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Chani Goldstein June 05, 2007

Wonderfull baked fish, lovely and moist and a nice subtle lemon flavour. Looks pretty too! I used Basa - catfish. We loved the tomato and thyme with it. I did use salt and pepper on the fillets before I put them in the oven the first time. I would serve it to company, definately will make it again. thanks for sharing a good one!

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Derf November 14, 2005

This got mixed reviews around the dinner table -- teen age son proclaimed it "awesome" but I thought it was a bit lacking in "zip", shall we say. It was a breeze to make, and the tomatoes roasted nicely on top of the fish filets. Perhaps more vegetables could be added (zucchini, garlic, asparagus) to make this dish a little more lively. There were no leftovers...always a good sign!

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vrvrvr May 04, 2005

This fish turned out so moist and delicious, it melts in your mouth. I will definitely make this again. I used fresh tilapia, excluded the wine (as I didn't think the kids would like it) and added a few capers. Next time I will add the wine to make it even more tasty. Thanks for this great recipe!

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Lola&her boys November 15, 2004
Elegant Baked Fish With Tomato and Lemon