Really good. Had for dinner tonight and my 2.5 year old thought it was "yum yum yum in my tum tum tummy, Mommy!" She had more than I did. We used tomatoes and basil from the garden and halibut caught by our neighbor. Delish
this was so easy and so delicious. we had guests for dinner and they wouldn't leave until I gave them a copy of the recipe. great recipe for moist, flavorful fish.
This recipe is definitely a five star recipe as it became a staple at my house. Flavors are strong, garlicky and amazing! I used basil, as well as parsley, when I didn?t have fresh basil and used cod when whitefish was not in season. Highly recommend this recipe. Tip: smash bigger garlic cloves for a stronger garlic flavor. Made this again for dinner tonight and my house smells sooo garlicky and yummy! Thank you for posting this awesome recipe!
Delicious, clean and healthy, simple recipe. The tomatoes really bring out a special flavor. I gave it four stars because I expected stronger flavor.
This was lovely. The only thing i added to it was some chopped red onion and added that in. However my boyfriend dose not like fish - so i simply used some chopped cooked chicken, he loved it. thanks for a great recipe!
My entire family (me, my husband and my 2 year-old son) really enjoyed this recipe. We even got our son to eat the garlic cloves and he loved them! We used about 1 1/2 pounds of fresh tilapia filets and this fed us for three nights! Delicious!
My husband isn't really a fish eater, but he says he loves orange roughy, so that's what I subbed. This was a very, very good dish and so very easy. I think that this is a great quick meal. We love garlic, as well, so I wish that I would have crushed it as suggested. This was really a great meal. Thanks!
We liked this alot. I am going to try making this with chicken, too. I have a feeling I might like it better! Thank you for posting!
My boyfriend and I love love love this recipe!!! It has became a regular of ours... easy, healthy and full of flavor!!! Only thing I do differently is add capers to it. Thank you for sharing!