Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 10 mins

This makes a fast, simple meal a little bit special. It's easy enough for a work night, but dresses up well for a company meal.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Mix equal parts Parmeasan cheese, Dijon mustard, and mayonnaise.
  2. Broil fish.
  3. At end of cooking time (depends on thickness of fish), spread mixture evenly over fish and return to broiler.
  4. Broil for one to two more minutes or till mixture puffs and browns.


Most Helpful

I hate to give this recipe a low review because everyone likes it so much. I wanted to like it because it is such an easy recipe. But, I didn't care for it. To me, it just tastes like fish dipped in mayo and mustard. I followed the recipe exactly too. :(

YungB February 18, 2009

Oh am so sorry Judy! i forgot to rate it 5555 stars! will put it again on my menu! I used tilapia fillet for this topping and boy oh boy! My husband says its restaurant quality! broiled it 3 minutes per side it looked scrumptious! yummmm!

shygirl June 27, 2008

Outstanding! I used this on Rockfish (striped bass), and it was wonderful. My husband is not a big fish eater, but loved this. Quick. Easy. I can't wait to try again. Thanks for posting!

CatalinaMD April 25, 2008

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