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Just used your recipe for dinner tonight and it was delicious. I stuck pretty close to your recipe, just substituted cayenne for the basil (we use cayenne in just about everything) and used basa fish. I was just making 2 filets, so I cut the recipe in half. As you suggested I used a brush to tap the butter on top and had some butter left that I didn't use. I cooked it exactly as the recipe suggeted and it came out fantastic. It was crispy and very flavourful. My husband says its a definite keeper. Thanks for the recipe.
The taste of this fish was good and my son really loved it. I only gave it 3 stars because the coating was soggy and not as crispy as I would have liked.
This is delicious! I leave out the lemon and sugar and just to the butter and spices. I use tilapia for the fish. Wonderful! My whole family loves it even my 6 yo twins and my fish-hating DH! I serve it with mixed roasted veggies and it makes a very health meal. Thanks for the great recipe!
Very good fish! I used the dry breadcrumbs and we loved the lemony flavour with the other herbs. I used splenda instead of sugar and olive oil instead of butter, worked out just fine. Used basa fish fillets. I will be making these again, thanks for posting.
I really enjoyed your recipe - I did make a mistake I didn't save any of the butter herb mixture to paint the fish as it baked. I used Corn Flake crumbs and it sealed in all the flavor so the fish remained moist and loaded with flavor - I used Haddock. Served with a corn cob - boiled 4 minutes (no butter), cauliflower & steamed carrots - Lovely meal thanks Audrey