Prep 20 mins
Cook 20 mins
Being a southerner with a bunch of fishermen in my family, we usually have an abundance of catfish in the freezer. I decided if tilapia could be parmesan encrusted, so could catfish. My mom and I prefer these over fried catfish.
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
- Combine parmesan, flour, and seasonings.
- Dredge the catfish in milk.
- Coat fish WELL in cheese mixture.
- Place on baking dish.
- Drizzle butter over coated filets.
- Bake at 400 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes or until fish is done and become flaky.
What a great catfish recipe! I, too, used Old Bay Seasoning instead of creole seasoning as I am a wimp with hot stuff. This was easy to fix and we enjoyed it with roasted potatoes and cole slaw.
I will spray the pan first next time as I had trouble removing the fish from the baking pan. Thanks,
Carole in Orlando
I used Old Bay instead of creole, and it turned out delicious! My picky preschooler even loved it!
I didn't use the paprika as I have an allergy. However, it turned out wonderful. Should have made a double batch. Also used halibut not catfish available here. Still the white fish was wonderful. Put it under the broiler about 7 minutes to put the crunch on the top at the end of the cooking cycle. Thanks again.