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This was really good. I used orange roughy. I wanted a little more to the crust so I lightly dredged in flour, then in egg, milk mixture and then into cereal crumbs. Served as fish tacos with cabbage and a yogurt lime cilantro sauce. Very good and good for you!
We liked this a lot. My youngest thought it was a bit spicy and I didn't even use a full 1/2 tsp. but then I gave him ranch dressing to dip into. I selected this recipe because I just started Weight Watchers and I wanted a low point dinner. I am figuring 5 points per serving. Thanks for a nice and easy weeknight dinner.
This was the best fish I have had that was not deep fried. I'm trying to eat more fish, but it is not my favorite selection. Now that I have found this one, I will be eating much more fish. Thanks so much!!
Did everything in the recipe and just loved it. It is such a simple recipe and most folks would have everything in the kitchen. Thanks.
Don't let the ingredient list on this one fool you. What reads as simple ingredients converts to nice crunchy (baked) fish filets. Due to dietary restrictions, I did use egg substitute and all purpose salt free seasoning instead of seasoned salt. I found the cayenne added a nice touch without being overly spicy. thank you Miraklegirl for sharing the recipe.
Much better than fish sticks! These came out nice and crunchy on the outside, tender on the inside. I used mahi mahi instead of cod because I couldn't find cod. I left out the cayenne. Served with tartar sauce. Thanks Aviva!