12 Reviews

This is a wonderful recipe. I've altered it just a touch. Instead of butter I use EVOO and only use 3/4 of a cup of bread crumbs and 1/4 cup of parmesan cheese (I had a lot of coating mix left over). My two sons, ages 9 and 12 asked for seconds of this! A real winner.

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Wendy1515 February 26, 2008

This was really simple & delicious, the kids said it tastes like chicken & hubby happily ate it when he usually turns his nose up at fish. I used thawed frozen fillets so didn't need butter as the coating stuck to them nicely enough and I used garlic powder instead of crushed garlic. Will definitely be making this again. Thanks for posting!

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**Mandy** January 15, 2013

This was delicious! We made as directed, except we left out the lemon peel and instead just squeezed on lemon at the table. Also, our filet was huge, from a mutton snapper, and it still turned out great.

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kitchen_novice January 29, 2011

A delicious quick and easy to prepare fish dish. I used fresh haddock and added some Old Bay seasoning to the crumbs. I cooked it at 350 degrees for 12 minutes, perfect!! I had some of the crumb mixture left over, even with six fillets! A yummy recipe Barb!

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Elly in Canada June 26, 2008

Thanks for the great recipe!I made this lastnight,and used olive oil instead of the butter to be a bit more healthy.Great flavor,and crunchy coating too.

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FarahC December 01, 2005

Delicous fish - I used catfish and it was cooked perfectly in 20 minutes. I didn't flip it but I think next time I will so it will brown a bit better. Thanks for sharing!

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ellie_ September 24, 2005

This fish is really tasty I will definatly make this again. I flipped the fish 1/2 way through cooking and it crisped a bit better.

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Lois M October 05, 2004

Perfect if you want to kill the taste of the fish completely. Garlic and parmesan is all you can taste, plus the breadcrumbs. Mind you, my kids ate it without complaining they had to eat "fish", hence 2 stars. You can use any type of fish, you would not be able to tell which one. As for people who love fish for the taste of fish, omit parmesan and garlic. Perfect recipe otherwise.

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anna November 12, 2015

This was a very good recipe. I thought it was a little salty so next time I'll skip the salt. I used panko instead of breadcrumbs, but otherwise followed the recipe as written. Very easy recipe, and the fish turned out perfect baked in the oven!

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nkoprince08 May 28, 2013

All the flavor, none of the guilt. Whole wheat breadcrumbs and the oven are responsible for that. Thanks, Barb.

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sugarpea January 27, 2008
Oven Baked Fish Fillets With Parmesan Cheese