5 Reviews

My family and I tried this recipe. The flavor was nice. However, the fish (we used flounder) had a mushy texture. We feel this was because we used frozen not fresh fish. Unfortunately our dinky town doesn't have a fish market. We will try this again with fresh fish. The vinaigrette was delicious over the mixed veggies we made to go with the fish.

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Rootwoman March 29, 2011

We liked this light, easy to make recipe. It came together quickly, using ingredients we typically have on hand. This is good for a weekday meal. Thanks.

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Dr. Jenny November 24, 2008

Quick and delicious! Using Tilapia, the broiling time was only 7-8 minutes. I decreased the amount of oil in the vinaigrette so it was really tart but tasted wonderful. I also used some to toss quick cooked green beans as a side. This is certainly a recipe I'll use often! Thanks for posting.

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SusieQusie October 04, 2007

This was excellent! Easy, healthy and flavorful. I used Tilapia and halved the recipe. The vinaigrette is very nice but the fish is also great on it's own. The only strange thing that happened was that the garlic turned blue under the lemons! Guess it was a chemical reaction? Thanks for the keeper recipe.

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Engrossed February 19, 2007

Delicious! I made this with flounder fillets and used meyer lemons which I had on hand. A nice light herby flavor, the vinaigrette is just the right finishing touch. Be sure your dried spices are fresh for best flavor!

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MA HIKER February 09, 2007
Herb Flounder With Lemon Vinaigrette