By Pets'R'us on August 26, 2002
Photo by Pets'R'us
Photo by Pets'R'us
"For those who like cheese and wine,so does this fish! Try brandy or white vermouth instead of the wine,for more crunch substitute flaked almonds for the pine nuts.We enjoy this with a nice glass of Sauvignon Blanc."
Serving Size: 1 (451 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"This was awsome...easy to make, great taste, low in carbs and converted to serving a single serving easily. (hate left overs) I just had to join recipezaar just to comment on this. Being single I find it hard not to depend on fast food. I have made a promise to myself to seek out recipes and try them. This is a keeper."
"Excellant. Great flavor, texture and presentation. The bacon, cheeses and wine add a wonderful rich flavor that combines perfectly with the sweetness of the red peppers and the nutty crunch of the pine nuts. I made the recipe as directed, sustituting haddock for the cod and served it with Fabulous Frozen Green Beans #37780. I will add this to my book of magic tricks - it's a delightful and easy way to dress up most any white fish."
"Really quite good and really quite fattening! I will definitely make this again, although not often because of the fat content, although what do you expect from something with so much cheese? The brie went wonderfully with the white wine and bacon and the red pepper was a nice finishing touch. It is a more subtle dish than I usually make and the presentation is lovely. Thanks for posting!"
"I am sorry but this didnt do it for us...I first had to take all of the brie off because it tasted odd with the fish, and the rest was just so so."
"One of the best recipes for fish we've had. Scrumptious! Didn't have the pine nuts, fabulous anyway. Also, used red bell peppers and Mondavi's Cabernet Sauvignon - perfect with the brie. I put some previously cooked new potatoes in the dish with the fish and they were great with the cheese & wine. Thanks so much - we'll do this a lot!"
"What a great blend of flavours, I only had one red pepper and I used Gurnad for the fish. I particularly liked the melted brie. Delicious, thanks for sharing."
"Nice recipe-I substituted Monkfish, which was fresh. Also, put slices of bacon directly on the fish before baking."
"This was so delicious! Hearty and rich, and the fish came out so soft and tender. A great combination of flavors and a good choice for dinner guests. I might try another type of cheese next time - perhaps a chevre - for variety. I will make this again!"
"A very good recipe that both DH and I enjoyed. I especially liked the cheesy/crunchy topping."