Good recipe. It's pretty much the same as the ones that call for mayonnaise instead of sour cream. I liked it, you could switch up the herbs and the mustard for a bit of variety.
I really enjoyed this! Enjoyed the mix of tarragon and mustard/sour cream. I will certainly make this again. It is so quick and easy to prepare. Thanks for sharing! Made for ZWT8.
This was a new experience for me and I'm glad I tried it. Isn't trying new things the best part of ZWT? One bite I was wondering what was missing and the next the flavors married well. It ended up being terrific & something I'd make again. I liked the delicate flavors. I used swai filets and light sour cream. Thank you for sharing the recipe!
This was delicious. We used 2 teaspoons of fresh tarragon. Made for ZWT8.
We really enjoyed this recipe and will definitely be making it again. My fish was a little freezer burnt and you couldn't even tell! Thank you!
What a lovely simple way to jazz up some fish fillets, this went over well with both hubby & I. Thanks for posting!
Ooops, I mixed the Parmesan cheese in with the topping mixture. Came out well though, but this is similar to a lot of different recipes with just different seasoning mixes. That makes it a versatile recipe, though Thanks for posting. It was a good dinner.
This was just delicious. I made it with fresh Northern Pike which I left in for 12 mins and then smothered in the topping and baked for another for 5 mins and it was done to my liking in that amount of time. It was done through but still moist, tender and flaky. Fat free sour cream worked perfectly well and trimmed off a lot of fat. The Dijon was the grainy type because I like to pop the seeds with my teeth :D and I enjoy the texture of it. The topping didn't brown up at all but thats ok with me, I'd rather have it pale and the fish not over cooked. This finner made for a much enjoyed dinner.
This was pretty good thanks. Our fish fillets were small and thinish, so we recuced the initial cooking to a couple of minutes and like another reviewer said, it took about 8 minutes for the topping to brown.
Really easy and delicious recipe! I used tilapia. Took about 8 minutes to get it golden. Made for 1-2-3 Hit Wonders 2009.