14 Reviews

Excellent! So easy and fresh tasting. My flounder (summer flounder--Fluke, caught in Cape Cod) was fairly thin, so I also decided to reduce the oven temperature to 400 (although it was still at 450 when I put it in). It fell apart a little bit, upon turning it, but was still delicious. Used fresh parsley, fresh lemon and real butter. It couldn't have been better!

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love2gardn July 06, 2012

Easy, great taste. I used Smart Balance, fresh lemon juice, and added fresh minced garlic. Delicious over brown rice and side of broccoli. Kids ( 5, 4, and 2) devoured it. Thanks!

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mjayling1 May 09, 2011

Very very yummy! I mixed a little panko with the almonds and added them on top during the last 6 minutes. Lemon wedges and asparagus on the side. Thank You!

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ChandraSoleil January 30, 2011

Excellent! I almost couldn't wait for it to finish cooking before I took a bite. I did not have almonds on hand, so I had to do without, but it was so amazing anyway I didn't even miss them. I had to use bottled lemon juice as well, though I think next time I want to try it with real lemon juice. I made some extra sauce to drizzle on the rice we served with it....so good! My 4 year old even ate it without gagging, which is high praise from a boy who claims he HATES fish. Thank you for posting this, I will be making it again for sure!

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WildLightning January 21, 2011

Fast, easy, and great tasting recipe! My fish was very thin, 5 pieces in just over a pound. I cooked at 400 per another reviewer's suggestion and baked for 20 minutes. Turned out perfect! Served with precooked Kashi 7 Grain Pilaf and veggies. This is a recipe to print out and save!

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mybirdzone June 13, 2009

Very good! There was a lot of sauce, tasty as it was. My filets were so thin, I couldn't turn them and they were finished in no time. I baked them at 400. Love the almonds in this! Made for a very pleasing dinner.

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vrvrvr April 29, 2009

This was simple to make and tasty. I used olive oil instead of butter and it still tasted good.

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baezus November 22, 2008

I love this dish. I had this in my "college students cookbook" from years ago and still use it. Instead of white wine, you can use tequila to give it a really unique taste. I always make extra sauce and drizzle it over brown rice...yum! You can easily make this in the microwave also with a glass dish and cover it with cling wrap.

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shuttle713 August 06, 2008

Delicious. I used 1/2 lb. flounder fillets, but kept all other ingredients as is, except that I used lime juice instead of lemon, and used slivered Cubanelle pepper pieces instead of slivered almonds, as I did not have them on hand. Also, I basted the fillets twice while baking to ensure no drying out, and added the peppers on top of the fillets for the last 10 minutes of cooking. Thanks for this beautiful recipe. I served with a Knorr pasta dish, and steamed green beans.

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Scribbler515 December 02, 2007

This was delicious! Next time I am going double the sauce. We loved it Bev! Thanks You

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RecipeNut May 18, 2007
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