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This dish was prepared and plated in about 45 minutes (including prep time) and was very easy to make. We made the dish just as the recipe read with no substitutions. For the ground red pepper we used cayenne (go very light lest it be too hot). I will admit that we bumped the amount of garlic up a bit to about 3 cloves chopped.
Very Good!! We really liked the levels of flavor from the sweet peppers and the mexican tomatoes around the light flaky fish. I served it over rice and it was a great meal with a salad. The only thing I would do differently next time is to cut the yellow peppers in smaller pieces. The big rings were sloppy when eating.
I am not a big fish eater and horrible at cooking fish. I chose this recipe hoping to hide the taste of the fish and add flavor to the dish. It turned out delicious and have added it to my recipe collection. My husband and teenager loved it. Used green peppers instead of yellow just because I had on hand. Served with Rice a Roni fried rice, and with Veggies in dish that's all I needed to cook! So easy.
quick- easy - delicious!
Was awesome I made this for my father in law and he just loved it so did my husband the only thing I changed was instead of onions (husband does not like) I added sliced fresh jalapenos came out nice and just right spicy.
Fantastic!! Made exactly as written and wouldn't change a thing. I will be making this as often as I can afford orange roughy. Thanks Helen.
L-O-V-E-D it! Easy to prepare, fish came out perfect and it was sooo-o good. My family likes it hot so we put extra red pepper on it. Went down as one of our favorites!
Well done and well received. My family cannot handle too much spice so I used diced tomatoes in lieu of jalapenos and a medium-heat paprika in stead of the ground red pepper. We will use this one again.
This is reminiscent of a recipe that I have been making for years. Makes dinner time super quick, healthy and delicious.
This was sooo delicious. Thank you so much for submitting this recipe.