3 Reviews

was ok.. not like the restaurant i had it in... seasoned the fish,flour,potatoes.. still didnt take like i seasoned it... as a diabetic i cant season my food after i cook it... dont know what i did wrong.. was crunchy with the potatoes.. 1 piece was not fully cooked.. had to nuke it... but all were browned..will try it again.. as i love this fish. my boyfriend did add tarter sauce to it.. oh well.lol

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Debra M. August 06, 2015

This recipe was mighty fine! The fish flaked up perfectly and the potato crust crisped up great! I did add a bit to the crust mixture by tossing in some garlic and onion powder. Mm mmm good! The bf couldn't stop smacking his lips, which is always a compliment coming from him =D Thanks for a great recipe!

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Cynna July 21, 2006

A totally intriguing dish. THe crunchy potato contrasts nicely with the texture of the fish. I usually serve some sort of sauce with fish but I just drizzled some herbed butter over and it was delicious. Even picky Dugan mad some grunting noises during dinner... that is high praise, indeed. Yeah- I look forward to having this again. Maybe with flounder next time. Flounder is my favorite fish but it is so light and flaky it is hard to turn in a skillet without breaking. But the potato crust I think will solve that problem. Great dish!

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Pot Scrubber June 15, 2006
Tilapia in a Potato Crust