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Very easy to fix - I managed to get my fourteen year old to fix this with no major disaster in the kitchen. And my children, who normally turn their nose up at any kind of fish, ate it all and asked for seconds. My wife is on a gluten free diet and I substituted bread crumbs from a gluten free loaf. She was happy and the kids never knew the difference.
Really delicious: the fish came out tender and tasty. And I'm usually hopeless with fish! Thanks for the recipe!
I enjoyed the flavor of this fish. I used tilapia and adjusted the cooking time accordingly. I used Panko bread crumbs so the fish was very crunchy.
I really enjoyed this receipe. However I used flounder instead of the thicker fish and the flavor really kicked. I also added some Onion Ring mixture to the Bread Crumb mix.
Made this for dinner last night, taste was great but it was kindda dry. I Used cream dori fish, maybe next time i will try using salmon.
Great recipe! I've alreadt made it twice in the last 2 weeks. I used a sweet, grainy mustard (similar to bavarian) instead of dijon and cod in lieu of catfish/salmon. Definitely don't leave the lemon out. Thank you!
Just OK. Nothing special. I thought the flavor would be bolder and crunchier. Maybe add 4x the honey next time? I used wild salmon and the wife liked it, but I thought it was just average. Side dishes french greenbeens with dijon/ garlic/ onion and white rice with mushroom. Thanks.
We enjoyed this recipe and it is very quick and easy.
very good, moist and different. i will make this again.