The magic is in the sauce! The sauce combination of garlic and lemon is divine. Next time, I'm even going to double the sauce. The seasonings on the fish complement it very well. I used Old Bay for the seafood seasoning. This recipe is fast, healthy and delicious. I'll be making this again! ~Made for the Spring 2010 Pick-A-Chef~
I followed this recipe to the letter, OK, I used a little more oil in my beloved cast iron pan and warmed the oven to 200. 300 will keep cooking the filets. The sauce is original and a great substitute for tartar. A keeper for sure! Warning: don't overcook!
Mardi Gras is over so this fits well into no-meat-on-Friday Lent...but I am already so looking forward to the NEXT big day -- Easter!
Great recipe. Husband liked it, and so did one of the boys. I loved it, and I'm the one who does the rating. So there. :) Loved the sauce when it was on the fish, but it was way too lemony by itself. It is also good on green beans. Thanks for sharing!
Made this for dinner last night. I followed the recipe as written using old bay for the seafood seasoning. I normally broil my fish but this was a nice, different way for us to enjoy it. Made for Spring PAC 2010.
Fixed this last night and what an easy, fast and delicious recipe. DH loves his fish with a light coating and the lemon sauce was just right. I will definately make this again! Served with Sliced Baked Potatoes#286965, Kentucky Slaw#407195 and Pasta Salad Vinaigrette (Mccormick Style)#412169 (we had this leftover from lunch). A great meal. Thank you for submitting the recipe. Made for Spring PAC 2010.