Very easy, very good! I use this recipe with Flounder and Pollock filets for Mother's Day and they were very good. <br/>I forgot to wrap them in foil, so just covered the sheet pans with foil while they baked and they turned out just fine.
I'm amazed at how easy this was and how well the fish cooked. I took it out of the oven after 40 minutes. I use only fresh fish and not previously frozen which makes a huge difference in the end product. I would recommend being careful of that. Perfect recipe for my diet and excellent tasting fish. A true keeper! Just a note - My piece of fish was small and after cooking for 40 minutes it was not (overcooked) as someone else posted. I'm 100% sure the big difference is the freshness of the fish itself. The juices that collected in the foil kept the fish moist and very tender.
This was so easy and good! We didn't have fillets so what I assume was the original 10 minute cooking time would have been more accurate for us - some of our pieces were overcooked, but all six of us had seconds (and some wanted thirds!). Next time we'll probably put 2 smaller pieces per foil packet to conserve foil. Thanks for sharing!
This was quite good and so easy to make. I enjoyed the use of the foil as it made clean up a snap. I added a bit of lemon pepper and some parsley before baking - delicious. Thanks for posting, this is a great recipe!
excellent - and soo easy to prepare. Except, yes indeed, the oven time was way longer than 10 minutes. But it was great never the less! Thank you for posting this recipe!
This was a really good tasting recipe for Cod. The only problem I had with it was it took way more time than 10 minutes for mine to get done. The total time I had it in the oven was 40 minutes.