Baked Fish Fillets Piquant

"My mother found this in our local newspaper when I was little. She called it "drunk fish". It is really delicious."
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  • Marinate fish fillets for 1 hours in wine.
  • Drain fillets on paper towels.
  • Dip both sides of fish in crumbs.
  • Arrange in greased shallow baking dish.
  • Mix Mayonnaise, onion, sour cream, and spread evenly over fish.
  • Cover with thin layer of crumbs.
  • Dust with paprika.
  • Bake at 500 degrees F for 10 minutes or until fish flakes.

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  1. teresas
    We really enjoyed this dish...I didn't taste any wine...but I expected that...I used cod that was on the thick was cooked perfectly...I had so much mayo mixture left that I used it for the hubby's required mayo/ketchup sauce to dip his fish really did taste good...he liked the addition of sour cream and onion...made for "FYC" tag game...
  2. breezermom
    I used mahi mahi and this turned out great. The mayo/sour cream really kept the fish moist, while the bread crumbs gave it crunch. Great dish for a weeknight because it is so quick and easy to make. Thanks for sharing!
  3. Darkhunter
    Lovely way to prepare fish. Had some beautiful tilapia fillets that were perfect for this. Prepared exactly as given. Enjoyed it tonight and have enough left over for another day. Thnx for posting, Lavender Lynn. made for ZWT5 for RRR
  4. 2Bleu
    Made as directed using flounder filets, Panko breadcrumbs, and red onion. This recipe has a beautiful mild flavor. We sprinkled a dash of paprika and parsley flakes just before baking for color. The only drawback was the fish was overcooked, giving it a texture of canned tuna. The mayo/sour cream mixture lends to the unique flavor of this recipe. Thanks for sharing. :)
  5. Dreamer in Ontario
    This is a delicious way to prepare fish. It's so quick and easy that it's ideal for a weeknight dinner. Other than cutting the recipe in half it was prepared exactly as written. The fish used was Alaskan Pollock. Made for PRMR Tag.



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