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I really liked the lightness of this recipe. It did not overpower the fish at all. I did mix a few breadcrumbs in the flour as, I wanted a bit of crunch. I also baked this at 425 for 15 minutes and then broiled it. I believe this allowed the fish to be less mushy as other members stated that it could be.
Thank you for sharing a light and easy dish for fish!!
This was wonderful! I'm not a big fish eater but our freezer is packed and I was looking for something to cook to make some space. I found some cod and found this recipe. This was so easy and tasted so good. My cod hadn't thawed completely so I ended up baking for 45 minutes. A definate Keeper!
My picky 9 year old daughter enjoyed this, as did I. It was so very easy to prepare. I used a really good quality paprika, which probably added to the quality. One thing I did wrong--I used lemon juice from concentrate with the proportion suggested, and my daughter commented that the fish was a bit TOO lemony. I liked it very well, but you might wish to dilute the ReaLemon, or use actual, real lemon juice if you have somebody with a sensitive palate.
My family and guests loved this dish. There were no left overs.
Amazingly easy to prepare and cook; and very delicious!
As one reviewer put it, "my wife doesn't usually like fish, but she liked this recipe" holds true in my family. Finally I found a fish dish other than pan fried sea bass that she likes. Nice thing, I am the fish cook and it is easy to prepare and I love it too. As per other comments, the amount of butter can be reduced.
My husband and Iove this recipe! With the left over butter I mix fresh cut mushrooms, garlic powder and a splash of cooking sherry to pour over the top of the fish while it bakes.
Easy and Great flavor! I only cut back a little on the butter and didn't miss it! Thanks for a great recipe!