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This was VERY good. I doubled the butter recipe and subbed in seasoned salt for salt. We loved this. The fillets I used had skin left on them so I sauteed on skin side first until crisp. OMG, these are so good. My family ate everything including the extra butter and seasoning left in the pan?!?! I served this with rice pilaf and sauteed spinach.....such a great meal. Thank you for sharing this with us.
My fish-loving husband and sons thought this was too bland. I followed the recipe exactly, and used cod.
Used roughy, very good!
I used tilapia and it was great! (I'm not even a huge fan of fish and I liked it!)
This was good but my family thought it needed more seasoning. I used flounder and followed the recipe as written. My family added some old bay and then they thought it tasted better (I liked it the way it was). I did bake this in the oven instead of on the stove.
SUPER recipe!!! I used a talapia in my cast iron skillet and it worked fine.My husband usually prefers fried fish,and he asked I make this recipe next time instead :) It's for sure a keeper in this house!
Sooo easy, fast and yummy. Didn't have dill weed but still came out great!! Then I tried using chicken instead of fish and it was just as great!! Thanks!!
This is very good. Everyone that I have made it for loves it and thinks it is very fancy. However, it is sooo easy to make.
This fish is so amazing. I added a touch of lemon juice and it was divine. I'll be making it again, as soon as I can!
Both Gato and I really enjoyed this recipe. I made it with tilapia because that is what I had on hand, but I will make it with cod next time, because I belive the cod will stand up to the spices better. YUM! YUM! Thanks, MizzNezz, for a healthy and flavorful alternative!