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Not our cup of tea, I'm afraid.

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sugarpea January 27, 2008

I used Orange Roughy. Very easy to prepare and short cooking time. Ingredients usually found in home pantry. Excellent...very tasty. I did add 1 tbsp olive oil to butter and 1 tbsp each Parmesan and Romano. It was delicious.

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fletchlouie January 04, 2007

Easy - yes. Tender - yes. Good - no. Not for us, anyway. Followed the recipe exactly, but the combination of flavors just did not work together well. We ended up throwing this out.

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RSL March 10, 2006

Very Good recipe to try for something a little different! I used my regular 1% milk and added a little parmesan to the bread crumbs! We don't like to do too much to our fish to over power it and we gave this recipe two thumbs up! thanks!

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KimlovesGreece February 23, 2006

Very yummy! My whole family loved it. Another 2-year old approved dish.

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Jaime P. January 26, 2006

Absolutely wonderful flavour! And the best thing about it was that my thirteen year old son made it himself - with a minimal bit of supervision from me! I made him add some salt and about two tablespoonfuls of grated mozzarella to the breadcrumb mixture, and substitute dried mint for the parsley. Some aroma it gave off!

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Nazlee December 08, 2005

Easy and tender and GOOD! I've never cooked fish in milk before. My DH and I really enjoyed it! Thank you!

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Sharon123 November 20, 2005
Garlicky Baked Fish