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Great dish! I did it exactly like the recipe said other than using cilantro rather than parsley because I thought it would go better with the side of pico de gallo I made to go with it. It came out perfectly and I am very pleased because it was a very cheap meal for fish, only about %u20AC2.50 for about a pound of fish.
This was quick, easy and very tasty. Thanks for posting.
I was pleasantly surprised! This was my first time trying makerel and was very worried about having a "fishy" taste. I accidentally overcooked mine (left it in the oven to keep warm... didn't realize the broiler was still on) but it came out mild, and the sauce was amazing and worth the extra effort!
Stunning flavor! I had no garlic powder so I put a couple of largish cloves of garlic through the garlic press and added that. I had no parsley, so for a bit of color I used sliced green scallions instead of the minced onion or onion powder. We had whole fish, rather than filets. But they were small. About an inch thick, so I broiled 10 minutes--5 on each side. Perfect.
First of all, just broiling the fish this way before you even add the sauce is good. Then top it with the sauce - fantastic and simple. For all those who are concerned to get enough omega 3, this is the way to go.
Very enjoyable, fast and easy. I'm not a big fan of the stronger King Mackerel, but with this lemon pepper mixture I really enjoyed the fish, even took second helpings! I wish I had taken picture of this, its such a nice eye-appeal on the platter, too! This is going in 'my cookbook' and will be used often.
awesome! My husband loved it and so did I. So simple and so good. I can not offer any suggestions to make it better--it's perfect!