Broiled Orange Roughy

Broiled Orange Roughy created by Sageca

I heard the best way to prepare orange roughy is to broil it.I have been doing it this way and it comes out perfect. Serve with a green vegetable and some roasted potatoes.

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  • Stir oil and a bit of Tabasco together set aside.
  • Mix together bread crumbs with herbs set aside.
  • Brush olive oil mixture on filets.
  • Roll in breadcrumbs mixture.
  • Broil 4-5 inches from the heat for 10 minutes.
  • Flip it on the other side and broil another 4-10 minutes until fish flakes easily with a fork.
  • The broiling time depends on the thickness of the filet.
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"I heard the best way to prepare orange roughy is to broil it.I have been doing it this way and it comes out perfect. Serve with a green vegetable and some roasted potatoes."

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  1. bons2759
    I liked this a lot, and it could not be much easier to prepare. I did not add tobasco to the olive oil, but i did use cayanne in the breading and it had just enough of a bite without being too spicy. It was quite good.
  2. AmandaInOz
    Excellent simple, spicy fish recipe! I used an extra spicy habanero sauce in place of the tabasco. I will absolutely make this again. Thanks for posting! Made for ZWT 4.
  3. jczinc
    I made this tonite and it was GREAT. Pretty spicy... we liked it, my kids would not have, so you could make a few pieces minus the cayenne and hot sauce.. but it was fabulous. Thanks.
  4. Queenofcamping
    Made for ZWT4...I had never had orange roughy before and I have found a new fish that my family loves. This was soo simple and quick to make. I left the cayenne out of the dry mixture because I wanted my kids to be able to eat it. Next time I will leave it out of the kids and then add it for hubby and I.
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