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Very good! I was a little concerned about the mustard taste being overwhelming, but it wasn't at all. It gave an interesting, but very good, flavor to the fish. I sprinkled the fish with salt and pepper before coating with mustard. I didn't measure the ingredients but just used what was necessary. I tried to use the least amount of olive oil as possible.
a hit. followed the directions precisely.
Excellent, easy and healthy. I love using panko on fish. The Dijon flavor peeking through was an added bonus. Thank you for posting this winner. I love quick recipes for busy weeknights and this fits the bill!
Delicious! I used the ingredients I had on hand... honey mustard and bread crumbs, fried in butter. Turned out great! Easy and delicious!
This was AWESOME!! I will be making this again and again! I used italian style breadcrumbs and vegetable oil and they still turned out delicious! >^..^<
This was delicious! I didnt have planko so I used 1 cup corn muffin mix and 1/2 cup flour for the breading. Didnt need this much breading. I threw away porbably close to a 1/2 cup. I dried the fish then, I salt and peppered it first, before putting on the mustard. The mustard flavor was so delicious. I will definately be making this for a long time. So easy. So fast. And very yummy.
This recipe was delicious! I used a lot less oil, which is why I suspect some of the crust fell off the fish. Don't be afraid of the mustard -- it gives the most subtle delcious flavor! My husband and I both loved it.
Fixed one fillet last night and enjoyed it quite a lot. Didn't measure anything, just coated the fillet with a light layer of Dijon then patted on the panko. I liked the crispness of this.
This was good, but some of the breading didn't stick to the fish.
I modified this just a tiny bit by mixing the Dijon mustard with an equal part of mayonnaise. The fish was very, very good. Served it with one of Recipezaar's homemade tartar sauce recipes.