5 stars all the way...even with a cooking screw up! First off...I saw this recipe and was drooling and ran to my fish man in search of flounder. All out! Nothing even close so I ended up using tilapia instead. I used italian seasoned panko breadcrumbs rather than regular breadcrumbs. The sauteed fish just in the panko was delicious as it was! The problem I encountered was when I used reduced fat butter. DID NOT WORK! My "sauce" turned into a clumpy paste. I tasted a bit of it and it was wonderful just certainly could not be "poured" over the fish as the recipe instructs. No matter. SUPER wonderful taste here. Will DEFINITELY make again...and probably with tilapia again! Went beautifully!
Lovely recipe! I had just picked a juicy ripe Meyer lemon off my tree and this was the perfect showcase for its flavor. I, like another reviewer, used panko crumbs. The sauce: mmmmm!!! I served this with roasted balsamic Brussels sprouts and whole-wheat angel-hair pasta, which soaked up the sauce nicely.
A delicious recipe for flounder!
I am reviewing this without a star rating because, even though we didn't like it, I think it is mainly because we don't like the taste of flounder. The recipe was very easy to make though!
Made this last night for dinner. Quick, easy, and really delicious. Didnt change a thing. I would definitely make it again. Thanks!
The sauce is wonderful. So simple to make, but it tastes like you cooked all day.
Incredibly good!! I used tilapia because the store didn't have flounder. Didn't change a thing and it was perfect. A great meal to entertain with if you are wanting to eat fish. To spruce it up even more try using panko bread crumbs which I think would be awesome with this fish. A+
My kids(who eat chicken nuggets and cereal)gobbled this up. I served it with white rice and Israeli salad and we loved it. This dish was simple, fast and delicious. Thank you for posting such an outstanding dish.
This recipe is truly outstanding! We tried it today and surely we'll try it many times again.. Thanks very much