26 Reviews

This was OK for us. I used talipa and let it marinate for about two hours. I then cooked it in a pan on the grill. This wasn't bad but it just wasn't for us. I followed the recipe exactly as written.

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bmcnichol May 25, 2012

I do not normally eat fish! My husband loves it, so I decided to try this recipe. I think I had thirds! It was really delicious!

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lindsanne84 May 22, 2012

Thanks so much for this recipe! I really do hate fish, but I force myself to eat it, and my husband is very picky about what kind of fish he'll eat as well, so I was surprised that this was actually a tasty way to prepare fish. I didn't marinate a full hour, but did poach the frozen fillets in the marinading liquid as someone recommended. I used a whiting fish this time, but will probably try salmon next time for some variety and more omega 3s.

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SandyBear March 14, 2012

I had fish on hand and, while well wrapped, had been frozen longer than I care to admit. No time for marinating so I mixed up the recipe, placed it over the fish, then baked in the oven. It turned out very good and my family ate it without reservation. Next time I would like to actually let it marinade for at least an hour as stated in the recipe! I made one substitution - onion powder for shallot. One of our diners does not like any kind of shallot, onion, etc. While the real thing is preferred, onion powder at least adds flavor without the diner being the least bit aware. Will keep this recipe handy for future fish dinners! Thanks for sharing!

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Sarabi February 27, 2012

I loved this recipe. It smelled so good while cooking too! I reduced the amount o foil to 1/4 cup and doubled the lemon juice and marinated the fish for an hour while frozen then cooked in a covered frying pan.

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Jetsharp April 25, 2011

This was good. Kids didn't like it, though.

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Marz #2 February 18, 2010

I used this marinade on some frozen fish that I had. It was ocean perch, so it was a milder fish. But Im still leary about it sometimes having that fishy taste that we dont like when buying frozen versus fresh. I was looking for a marinade to help with the fishy taste in case it had some. I stumbled across this recipe and tried it. It gave it nice flavor. I breaded and fried mine. But I could still taste the flavor underneath it all. No fishy taste here! There was one piece that was a little bad tasting, but the rest were delish. Thanks for the recipe!

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*pink* November 10, 2009

I thought this was really good. I am hot one who likes "fishy" tasting fish. I followed the recipe exactly and left it all day while at work. Came home popped it in the oven and it was done quickly. It was a nice change to the normal that we have over and over.

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Elaine L. November 09, 2009

Pretty good. I used fish seasoning instead of salt and a little less pepper. I think extra lemon wedges squeezed over it is good-it needed more lemon flavor. It was a little bland, as I prefer Asian style marinades, but still good and easy and my son liked it.I wrapped my tilapia in foil with the marinade poured over it and hubby put it on the grill. Thanks!

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bad kitty 1116 August 16, 2009

Let me start by saying that DH loved this recipe,I thought it was way to "salty".

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DarksLight August 04, 2009
Fish Marinade for People Who Hate Fish