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Elegant, added a few spices, but was still very tasty!

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Chef GreanEyes February 17, 2009

I followed the recipe exact, even cooked it a little less and I didn't like it at all. The fish was mushy and there was little flavor. I added plenty of spice, but it just tasted like butter and sweet from the wine. Maybe with chicken or a heartier fish it would work better.

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shan.marsh March 27, 2007

I am giving this recipe 5 stars because after changes it became great! I thought there was far too much lemon juice and even though i do not have a sweet tooth(!) it was very bitter for a sauce. I used fresh parsley, 1tsp italian dried herbs, 3 chopped green onions, 2tbs cream (to remove the bitter taste) 1 cup chenin blanc, a handful of sweet pink seedless grapes. My fish was hake. I shall make this again because it was delicious.

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cheetahwinks March 15, 2007

I added lemon pepper Mrs. Dash and tossed in a few bay leaves to the boiling sauce. Once I was done with the fish I chopped up a few white Mushrooms and let it simmer for five minutes. FANTASTIC!!!

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Star8529 February 05, 2007

Simple, quick, very tasty! Thanks!

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ChefInChicago January 17, 2007

Thanks for the great recipe! I used tilapia, old bay seasoning, oregano, basil, and white pepper, and it turned out beautifully and so fragrant. Everyone loved it! Excellent way to cook fish to get rid of the "fishy" taste without being too overpowering. I will definitely make this again! : )

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Luci2 November 14, 2006

I used tilapia. This was quick and definitely tasty. I used garlic powder, salt, pepper, and mrs. dash. I also used a white cooking wine and parsley. Thanks for giving me a new way to cook my favorite fish.

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lusysug October 09, 2006

I use Dory fillets- A touch of lemon grass powder to the sauce is HEAVEN Mapleleaf

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casamain September 29, 2006

This was just what I was looking for! YUMMY!! Clean flavors and a quick cook! Thank you for sharing, I will be making this again soon!

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SkinnyMinnie June 08, 2006

I love simple recipes for fish and this one made it for us. I used tilapia and, for the butter, used Earth Balance Butter Sticks from Trader Joe's. I chopped up about 3 fat cloves of garlic and used a chardonnay someone gave us as a gift (we don't drink wine so I use it for cooking). Didn't add the salt but used a good helping of freshly ground pepper blend and we didn't miss the salt. My husband is on a low-fat, low-sodium diet and this worked well for us. Oh, I used an Italian blend of herbs, lightly, and it was just right. The picky daughter ate seconds, so this is a winner! Thanks so much Jessica, this will be made again in my household :)

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Hey Jude May 16, 2006
Gulf Coast Garlic /Butter /Wine Fish