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This was one of the best fish recipes I have ever made. I would give it more stars if I could. It had the presentation of being gormet, but was extremely easy to make. I used mahi filets and followed the recipe exactly. For the nuts, I used walnuts. Also, I put it in the oven for 10-minutes at 350, then put it on broil for about 3 minutes longer to make the outside crispy. Thanks for a great recipe !
This is a regular in our Hawaiian home. My husband loves to spearfish here on Oahu, and we have fresh fish at least once a week. Tonight itâ€™s uhu (parrot fish). I get a big bag of mac nuts from Costco since I use this recipe so often. The first time I made it, I had trouble getting the crust to stick, so I dunk the fish in Egg Beaters first. The sauce is so simple, yet so perfect. Thanks for the recipe!
We really enjoyed this. I cooked it exactly as written and wouldn't change a thing. I did add an extra teaspoon of mustard to the sauce because I like it a little zippier. Another keeper! Thanks.
This was delicious. I definitely didn't need all that sauce for 2 filets, I would recommend halving the sauce recipe. I used frozen Filets from Whole Foods, defrosting them a bit in the micro and ended up baking them for about 25 minutes. I didn't need to broil them at the end like others suggested, they browned up nicely. I didn't have cornflakes so I used Chex instead and I don't think there was a huge difference.
The best!!!!!!! Fish was moist and my family said make again. Thank you for the wonderful recipe. Would make for company any time. Did put under broiler at the very end to crisp top. Served with brown rice and a salad....perfect
excellent recipe. I actually made it with crushed pistachios and no cereal, but it was very good. The one thing I would change is to cut back a little on the mustard, it was a bit spicy for my house...but maybe I just have an extra strong batch of ground mustard. Regardless, it was very good and I will make again.
I am eating this right now, and I LOVE it! I didn't have any dry mustard, so I used a squeeze of yellow mustard instead, and it turned out pretty good. I definitely want to try it with the dry mustard next time, because I think it will make the sauce alot better. I also cooked the glaze on low for a few minutes to thicken it up a bit. It doesn't take alot of the glaze on the fish, just a little bit goes a really long way. Also, I had thicker fillets, so I baked them for 20 minutes, with the last 3 broiled.
This sounds pretty tasty but how do you get that it is low fat? According to the nutrition section one serving has 464 fat calories to total calories of 767.3, that's 60.47% fat, definitely NOT low fat.
This fish was really good. I used walnuts but would really like to try it with macadamia nuts next time. The sauce was really good also. My fillets were a little thicker so it took longer.