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I loved the crunchiness of this recipe but didn't think it had much flavor. I used red snapper and added garlic powder to the flour mixture. I accidentally added the cayenne to the flour and not to the cornflake mix so maybe that had something to do with the flavor issue. I think, next time, I would saute some garlic in butter to add to the mix. I cooked them on a baking rack which made for a very crisy crust. Cooked for 17 minutes.
GREAT! The kids really liked this. Now we can have fish more ofen. Thank-you.
I loved the nice crunch from the corn flakes. However, it seemed to need a little something else, maybe more parmesan cheese and salt.
What more can I say? This was terrific. Thanks.
Wow! So easy to make. We loved this - moist, flaky and crispy! I think you should change the name to "Oven Fried Fish" because it looks and tastes like a good fish-fry! The only change I made was I doubled the cayenne, because I always enjoy hot-hot! I'll be making this again! Thanks for a great recipe, Kim!
This was ok,nothing great.I did not find a whole of taste to it.I would recommend using extra cooking spray or using parchment paper on the baking sheet as the fish fillets stuck to the pan.
this was as promised great loked good and tasted better. used weaties as was all i had worked fine. thank you for posting
easy for a working mom
I made this tonight for supper. It was pretty good. I gave it 4 stars because I think maybe it needs more parmesan cheese, I couldn't tasted the cheese and definately next time I will cut down on the cayenne pepper. The fish did stay very moist and flakey. I used tilipia. This was very easy to prepare. good for a nice quick healthy meal.