By TheDancingCook on February 29, 2004
Photo by Chef shapeweaver �
Photo by Chef shapeweaver �
"Baked fish with a nice breaded coating. I used this recipe for whiting fillets and served with browned butter for dipping. This recipe is courtesy of Southern Living "Our Best Easy Weeknight Favorites" cookbook."
Serving Size: 1 (159 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Easy and quick. I used it on some bass. stuck very nicely and had great flavor. thank you! i think it would be great on any mild white fish."
"This was quick, easy and tasty. The whole family liked these. Thank you!"
"This was so easy & delicious!! Thank you! My first time cooking whiting and it was a complete success!"
"This is going to become a favorite of ours. It was so easy to make and so delicious. Somehow I didn't have paprika, so tried the substitution of cumin and cayenne (found it on a website?). So the fish had a little "kick" to the flavor, which my husband and I like, but I will have to try it with paprika."
"It was so good. I didn't have any cornmeal and I didn't want to go back to the store so I used cornbread mix. It actually turned out really good! Next time i'll try it with real cornmeal."
"My SO really enjoys fish,and I wanted a simple recipe to fix,so I chose this one.And I'm really glad I did.I followed the recipe as written except I didn't use any dill.And instead of drizzling the margarine,I used a pastry brush and brushed it on to give more of an even coating.Baked it for about 10 minutes.I served Recipe#30366 and lima beans as sides and all together this made a very good meal.This will be made again,thank you for posting."Keep Smiling:""
"What a delicious meal, I used Gurnard fillets and a lite butter for this fish dish...I squeezed lemon juice over before serving. My husband arrived home late and I told him he was in for a real treat for dinner...when he took his first bite he said 'Wow, you're not kidding!' Straight in to our favourites file, thanks for sharing"
"OH My, this is a delicious easy way to fix fish. I used Tilapia as a choice of fish and made it as stated. We loved the flavor of the dill. I will be making this again & again as we love fish and this is a very easy to make recipe. Thank you for posting the recipe."
"Another excellent recipe to add to my growing collection of myriad fish preparations. My only changes were to leave out the salt since I have high blood pressure and used artifical butter to cut down on the fat and cholestoral. It still tasted great and was so easy to prepare. Nice to eat "fried" fish that wasn't fried but baked. "
"This was a very simple recipe that worked well for our busy night. The cornmeal provides a nice texture to the breading. The other seasonings blended nicely, but we felt that it needed a bit more salt. However, I think it is best for a recipe to lean toward less salty rather than over salty...it is hard to repair the damage. :) Hubby does a lot of fishing during the summer...I will have to keep this recipe in mind for the nights he doesn't take over with the fryer."