51 Reviews

This is a great recipe. It's easy, fast, and tastes great. I made this using Talapia and cornflour in place of flour. I also added some garlic powder to the cornflake/parmesan cheese mix. I'll definitely make these again.

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Kleyt July 29, 2003

This was very good. My husband even ate it cold! The cornflakes keep it nice and crispy. I, too, used tilapia, and it turned out great. Insteand of cayenne I used paprika. Not being sure of the amount of spice involved, I didn't add any extra, but next time I will, as I feel it needs a little extra kick. Does not reheat well in the microwave, but very few fish do. Thanks for a great recipe that I will definitely make again!

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Amanda Beth April 14, 2004

This was delicious and easy. The fish was crispy on the outside, moist and tender on the inside. Both of my kids loved it. I added about 1/2 t. seasoned salt to the flour mixture and skipped the cayenne (my kids don't like to much spice).

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Bookmomhp December 19, 2008

This recipe turned out great. I did not add the parmesan cheese to the coating, but I will next time. I used halibut which was pretty thick, so I lowered the oven temp. to 400 degrees after it started become crispy. Very good and I'll make it again. Thanks so much.

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yamma January 22, 2003

A bit bland, but otherwise pretty good. I used bran flakes instead of corn flakes and I loved the earthy tasty that they gave to the breading.

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rpgaymer February 03, 2013

This dish really delivers on yummy meal especially when considering how little time it takes to prepare. I love that everything you need, maybe except the fish, is likely something I'll have on hand. Looks like a lot of people took out the cayenne pepper, but I really liked it. It adds just a little flavor without much spice, if any, so don't be afraid of that. I'll definitely make this again.

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torylynn84 November 01, 2012

Loved this recipe! I used ritz crackers instead of corn flakes and tilapia instead of haddock. Everyone loved it.

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Kiriakibozas October 14, 2012

Our family really enjoyed this recipe. I went for my Parmesan only to discover that we didn't have any, so I mixed a smaller packet of ranch dressing mix into the flour and everyone loved it. I think even if I have Parmesan next time, I will also add the ranch because we had no problems with any kind of blandness. The fish that I used was swai (never heard of it either) and it turned out moist and tender with a wonderful crunch on the outside. Everyone cleaned their plates, including my toddler. Thanks for posting!

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PSU Lioness October 01, 2012

Crispy corn flake coating was fab! I did end up using quite a bit more corn flakes, though, as they were not enough to coat the fillets all the way, maybe 2 cups all together. Added seasoned salt as well. Excellent!

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rosslare August 23, 2012

This was a very good recipe for oven baked fish. It was so nice and crunchy. The seasoning was just perfect. My whole family really liked it. Thanks for posting this recipe.

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gwynn May 11, 2012
Oven Baked Fish