Fish Fillets

"I adopted this recipe in the recipe adoption of February 2005. The only major change I made to this recipe is to change the cooking method from microwave to oven. I prefer to cook fish in the oven, and it only takes a couple of minutes longer. I also added measurements to the spices. DH doesn't like curry powder, so I made the curry powder optional. This recipe is easy to double for 2 servings."
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  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
  • Place fillets in a baking dish sprayed with cooking spray.
  • Sprinkle with lemon juice, curry, cayenne, garlic, Mrs. Dash, and boullion.
  • Drizzle melted butter over the top.
  • Bake for 10-15 minutes or until fish flakes with a fork.

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  1. CandyTX
    Very good. Simple and healthy weeknight meal. Will use again and again!
  2. bmiehls
    Wow! Had some frozen sword fish steaks and a husband glued to the Angels Yankees playoff game. Regardless of the outcome in Major League land, this baby was a home run! Fast and easy. The combo of seasonings hit it over the fence. With this I served pan grilled zucchini slices, leftover baby red potatoes and broiled vine ripened tomatoes. RecipeZaar you are the best!
  3. Optimus Prime
    What a great and easy recipe! I will use this one in the future. I like the curry taste.
  4. Mintara
    Exactly what I was looking for--fast, easy & yummy. I used cod fillets & omitted the Mrs. Dash seasoning & the butter. 12 minutes at 350 was perfect. Thank you!
  5. pgalvez876
    really good fish! my boyfriend really doesnt like fish so i wasnt to sure about making it but it tured out so good. he ate it all up. i like that it has a little kick to it. thanks so much!


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