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Great fish dish! I used red snapper fillets, and the taste was amazing! Quick, easy and delicious! We had these with roasted garlic potatoes and some brocolli on the side. If you leave out the pine nuts it makes a perfect dinner for Passover!

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Mirj April 25, 2005

Terrific recipe! I used cod and a big can of whole stewed tomatoes. Loved the addition of lemon and this was just the most perfect light meal! Healthy and easy, to boot! Thanks Barb!

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spatchcock July 18, 2004

A wonderful healthy dish. I pureed all the sauce ingredients first to make a nice, smooth sauce but unfortunately I burned the nuts (twice), so I didn't take a photo. Thank you.

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Katanashrp May 04, 2013

Way too acid. Maybe my garlic salt was old, but it had almost no flavor except sour and acerbic.

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barbara December 15, 2005

Easy, but delicious fish recipe. I used cod and canned diced tomatoes. The sauce was a little too salty, but that is easy to fix!

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webejaman July 26, 2005

Great taste. Easy and I've had it twice alreaady!

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Pat Cav March 19, 2004

This was great fish! I used canned tomato puree and no oil or pine nuts. I cooked this on a double layer of foil on a baking tray so no mess either! The lemony tomato flavour was wonderful! Thanks!

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dale! January 29, 2004
Zesty Tomato-Garlic Fish