Excellent recipe! I used flounder filets, and used panko bread crumbs. I filled my skillet to about 3/4" deep and the flounder only cooked about 2 minutes per side since they are thin. Its a keeper
Delicious! We had some huge pieces of basa. I would also add a little garlic powder and lemon rind next time. I made my own tartare, with some potato chips and a salad it was a great meal!
This was great! Was a winner with my whole family! I used pink ling as the fish. I didn't have time to make your tartare sauce, so I use shop bought stuff, but next time I'll be more organised! Lol
C'est formidable et tres facile! Merci beaucoup encore Petroushka! This was SO easy and SO tasty! I used small tail fillets of Cabillaud, that's Cod, and very fine home-made breadcrumbs.....I like them VERY fine for small fish fillets. The instructions were spot on and we were sitting down in no time to healthy fish and chips! (With your tartare sauce as well!) We thought that the parmesan cheese was an exciting ingredient, and I will use it again in coating fish. Made for PAC Autumn 2007. A bientot!! FT:-) (We ate it with my dad's low fat oven chips and Bergy's mushy peas!)
Used Trevelly and worked great, I also added a little galic powder and lemon rind.
These crumbs stayed on well and gave a nice golden finish. The taste was subtle and worked well with our snapper we caught.
Left me speechless! The saddest part was the last bite! ):