Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 10 mins

Quick, easy and tasty - even for meat and potato people. Any type of fish may be used and, if a foil-lined pan is used, cleanup is a breeze too. I have used this often and cannot remember where it originally came from but could have been Cooking Light.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Place fillets in single layer on well greased broiler pan or a pan lined with foil that has been sprayed with Pam. Brush fish with lemon juice. Combine Parmesan, butter, mayo, green onions, salt and Tabasco. Set aside. Broil fish 4 6 minutes, or til flakes easily with fork (depending on thickness of fillets). Remove from heat, spread with cheese mixture. Broil 2 3 minutes or until lightly browned.
Most Helpful

This was amazing, and so very easy. I used catfish filets and I replaced the green onions with fresh chopped parsley. Otherwise I cooked as directed. The hubby and I really thought it was great. This is definitely a keeper. Thanks so much for sharing.

SaffronMeSilly July 09, 2009

Excellent recipe! We made this for a bunch of fishermen who said they'd never had better fish! This recipe is very much like recipe number 200123 for Heavenly Fish. The only changes I made to this were to use butter instead of margarine and garlic chives instead of green onion. And, sprinkle generously with paprika before second broiling. Just wonderful!

a happy homemaker November 03, 2008