I used tilapia and finished it on the stovetop, so I didn't use the cornmeal. I think the flavor of the cornmeal might have clashed a bit with the sesame flavor. It was surprising how much flavor the sesame did add, and the crunch was wonderful. Thanks for posting!
This is a nicely flavored, yet mild fish recipe. I used cod for the type fish and the oven method to finish cooking. I served it with coleslaw on the side and it really complimented the fish. Thanks for sharing the recipe. :)
Simple to make and delicious to eat. I think this is a wonderful technique for preparing fish. I used tilapia. I love the taste and crunch of the sesame seeds. This would be lovely served atop brown rice, I think. Thanks for the wonderful recipe & technique.
I really liked this method of cooking fish. The sesame seed crust had a great nutty flavor and the crunch was nice. I used tilapia, and just pan-fried the filets since they cook so quickly. Served with Thai sweet chili sauce.
DELICIOUS and moist! I changed it up a bit! I lightly toasted 3/4 cup sesame seeds in an iron skillet over medium heat. I beat 2 egg whites with 1 T water and 1 T olive oil, 1/8 teaspoon garlic salt, and some freshly ground pepper. I dipped 4 Tilapia fillets into the egg whites, then into the sesame seeds (both sides) ~ I skipped the pan frying and baked the fillets on a parchment paper lined pan at 425F for 11 minutes. I did not use the corn meal. Made for PRMR September 2012.
wow i used cheap ol pollack and cooked on top of the stove cause oven didnt work as well for me . do sprinkle on the cornmeal it so works with this dish ,not alot just little . this dish kinda fooled me when i was making it ....oh this will be ok ... its wow. try this, the flavor is amazing. after looking at reviews found this had no stars cause the rating system needs work ,because of blind people like me