6 Reviews

I made some substitutions with items I had on hand. Toasted coconut for the pecans and gluten free rice crackers for the bread crumbs. It was awesome! A new family favorite!

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colleen l. May 13, 2015

I made this tonight for just myself, I didn't have the pecans but it still turned out great. Thanks for posting.

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litldarlin February 10, 2014

This was a hit here!! So easy and delicious. I broiled it for a couple minutes to get it browned. Thanks for posting!

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Gingin7 September 09, 2012

So, so good!!! Easy to prepare with things I normally have on hand and so delicious! Even my finicky 4 year old ate a whole piece and asked for more! I broiled a bit at the end to crunch it up a bit but otherwise followed the recipe as written. Definitely a keeper!

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andrea185 December 14, 2010

Very good. I cheated by using a bottled honey mustard, rather than making the honey mustard per this recipe. If you like the flavor of mustard, you'll like this fish.

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Marie Nixon June 06, 2010

My husband loved this recipe. Every bite he took was added with a "yyyyuuuummm so good." Thank you so much for sharing this recipe!

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cookformyloves86 November 29, 2006
Honey-Mustard Tilapia