28 Reviews

Loved this! I used cod, cut into strips and added 1/4 cup parmesan and about 1/8 tsp cayenne to the breading for a tiny kick. The results were flavorful and the breading light and crisp. I don't have a food processor so I just ground up the almonds in our coffee grinder (cleaned all traces of coffee away first!) and then mixed it together with my hands. I paired it with another recipe on here "Rigatoni With Lemon Parmesan Cream Rigatoni With Lemon Parmesan Cream". substituting rice noodles for the rigatoni and butter instead of olive oil. Thanks for the deliciousness!

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rikasings October 19, 2009

OH MY!!!!!!!! This is delectable and will definitely be made in the Friday rotation! Loved it! I used walleye (DH and I caught) and this is amazing breading. I did grind the almonds a bit just so they were on the smaller side to blend in more with the bread crumbs. Yeppers this is great! I cannot wait to try this on perch and crappie. Served with smashed yukon taters and asperagas. Used a bit of the almnds to dress the veggies.

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Chef1MOM-Connie March 22, 2010

I agree that this is a simple and versatile way to prepare fish. I used cod fillets reducing the recipe to serve 2. After breading the fish, I allowed it to rest for several minutes. The fish was cooked in a combination of olive oil and butter. Served this with DH's tarter sauce. Made for *ZWT 5*

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PaulaG May 28, 2009

Has anyone prepared this early say 3 -4 hours before then cooked .? I think it might get soggy but wondered ?

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heatherJN December 12, 2014

This was absolutely delicious!!!

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June_bore December 12, 2013

This recipe is amazing...even better than fish I've had in restaurants!! I made a couple of adjustments based on my own personal tastes and diet. I skipped the lemon zest and parsley completely and I used 2 tablespoons olive oil instead of the butter to fry it up in. It turned out awesome...I don't like cooking fish because it never seems to work out for me, but this was easy, it tasted so good I couldn't believe I actually cooked it :)

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nkoprince08 April 07, 2013

So good! I could do without the rest of the meal....just give me this fish. So, so good. I used frozen tilapia.

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postmanstanley October 02, 2012

this was wonderful i used almond flour like cookgirl suggeseted this is the bomb loved it zaar word tour

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Dienia B. July 31, 2012

Very easy to make and very tasty. I used tilapia. I would add more almonds next time, and less panko. This will be made again.

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Outta Here January 22, 2012
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