A great fish dish dale!! We made this tonight with flake (shark) fillets, dill, chives and parsley, and almond meal in the mix. It was an easy recipe, which resulted in the moistest fish. As dale! suggested, we ate this with home made wedges Cajun Style Oven Fries, and a salad. We also served the remainder of a delicious sauce of Lorac's that went with her Steeped Salmon.
This was wonderful, We had it for dinner today, husband told to save this one lol. The only thing I added was a little parsley to the cheese. Thanks great recipe.
What a great way to add cheese to fish! Very good!!
I gave this 4 stars more for the simplicity than overall flavor. I used Tilapia, macadaimia nuts, dill and chives. The fish turned out moist and flaked. We were expecting more flavor from this combination. Will will try this again but limit the amount of breadcrumbs and increase herbs.
Made the almond meal version. I could eat a platterful of this fish, dale. So simple and soooo good.
Thank you for this excellent recipe. I broiled the fish for about 8 to 10 minutes just until they flaked easily. You'll need to adjust cooking times based on the size and thickness of your fillets.
Mmm, this was delicious! I just made this for dinner, along with some home made chips. My family kept commenting on it all through out dinner on how great it was. So thank you! :D
I loved the parmesan addition, and I used pistachios for the ground nuts this recipe called for. Maybe I cooked them too long, but my fillets came out a little dry. Lemon juice helped this.
This went over really well with the family last night. My 11 year old son, an alleged fish hater put away three helpings and described it as 'terrific'. If that's not worthy of five stars I don't know what is! Personally, I think I'd like it with a bit more spice, but I did enjoy the added richness the ground nuts in the coating gave the fish. All in all an excellent recipe.