Very flavorful and easy to do. I used whitefish fillets. Will make again.
Surprised to see I've never reviewed this fantastic tasting recipe. I've used it for both cod and tilapia with good results. If I have lemon on hand, I also love to sautee some lemon slices to go with this. This is a super good, quick and easy recipe. Thanks, MizzNezz!
This was delicious!!!! I cut the recipe in half and used tilapia and followed the rest of the instructions...One that is going into my Favorites of 2012 for ease and deliciousness!! Thank you MizzNezz. Made for the Cook-A-Thon for MizzNezz.
Succulent and delicous...I will use this many times.
"I couldn't believe how good it was, plus, I was finished cooking dinner in record time with this as the main dish. I tried chicken breast tenderloins also. It came out delicious too.
The herbed butter was delicious! I didn't have any onion powder, so I omitted it. And I sauted onions and asparagus in the herbed butter. And I grilled the fish. I coated the fish in olive oil and sprinkled garlic powder, dill, salt and pepper on the fish to mimic the herbed butter mixture. I served whole wheat couscous alongside the veggies and fish. It was delicious. Next time I will make it exactly like the recipe though.
This was good and very easy! I did change it up a little though. I melted the butter with probably about 1/4 cup or maybe a slight more of white wine. Then I added some cut up steamed asparagus to the butter and wine combo. After slightly reducing, I added the fish. My Hubby really liked it and I did too! Since I didn't have any lemon, the white wine added that little tartness that the lemon would have.
I will surely be making this again!
Simple and good. I like fish simplly done and I love dill. It is possible to go lighter on the butter here.
This recipe was fabulous. My husband is not a big fish fan at all so I thought I would try this with tilapia. He loved it and it made the house smell really good. It was quite simple to make even for a novice like me.