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I only made the cod but it was quite good. I liked how this had a slight crunch to the top, without being "too" bready. My daughter (who complained about having fish) had two helpings! I had a very thick piece of cod, so I baked it at least 15 min. more. I served with steak fries. I haven't made cod too often, but this has motivated me to try it more often. Thanks Ppaper doll, for posting. Rpxygirl

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Roxygirl in Colorado May 29, 2009

wonderful recipe, thank you for posting!

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Nicoleg August 24, 2010

I too just made the fish part of the recipe. and I had to make a couple of adjustments cus I was certain i had some cornmeal and discovered i didn't and the only crumbs i had were panco, but followed the recipe with everything else. added the flour, paprika etc., to the panco. turned out wonderfully crisp. we loved it. Thanks for posting it was a lovely way to make my cod.

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Derf June 26, 2010

Very good. I am rating this on the fish alone, but I pretty much use the same technique for my oven baked potato wedges (not "chips" on this side of the pond, haha). I used some salmon fillets that I happened to have in my freezer, but it was still tasty. This will be my new go to recipe for breaded fish. Thank you for posting.

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heartnurse2006 March 17, 2009
Oven Baked Fish and Chips