6 Reviews

Another good way to eat your fish! I used tilapia, sliced some onions on top of the fish along with the salsa and parmesan. Very good.

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nemokitty April 16, 2012

Picked this to make for Zaar Cookbook Tag and I am glad I did. Soooooooo easy and tasty. I used 2 pieces of cod (which were pretty thick so I had to cook about 12-15 minutes). I used mild salsa and like another reviewer I put down fresh spinach (squished down) with some real thinly sliced red onions and put the fish (seasoned a little), salsa and parmesan. Delicious! Definately one I will fix again and again. Especially on busy nights. Thank you for submitting your recipes.

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mama smurf January 08, 2011

This fish is wonderful and so easy! We used catfish fillets with medium chunky salsa and grated Parmesan! Yummy! My son said we should have this every week! Made for Zaar World Tour/Mexico.

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ellie_ May 23, 2009

This is a great quick and easy way to cook fish! I used a cookie sheet covered with foil so there was virtually no clean-up. Simple to make and flavorful - thanks for posting the recipe! Made for the Best of 2008 event

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loof March 02, 2009

I love fish like this. Sometimes I line the pan with fresh spinach then I get a veggie at the same time and the pan is easier to clean

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Pricele$$ January 11, 2009

Unbelievable how good this is with just a few ingredients. I had flounder fillets. And this recipe was perfect. I had mild salsa. I didn't measure the salsa and parmesan. I had only 4 very small fillets. Too bad cause I didn't have leftover :( Thanks Dreamer. Made for Beverage tag.

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Boomette November 21, 2008
Oven-Baked Salsa Fish Fillets