Fish Fillets With Feta and Tomatoes

"Adapted this from "Meze Cooking". Flavor is very nice."
 
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Ready In:
22mins
Ingredients:
8
Serves:
4-6
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ingredients

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directions

  • Preheat Broiler.
  • Spray oil large broiler baking dish.
  • Arrange fish fillets in a single layer in baking dish.
  • Scatter onion over fish fillets and season with salt and pepper to taste.
  • Scatter tomato over onion and fish.
  • Drizzle melted butter over top.
  • Broil for 5-7 minutes.
  • Sprinkle with feta and continue to broil for 3-5 minutes more or until fish flakes easily and is cooked through.
  • Sprinkle with fresh chopped cilantro to serve.

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Reviews

  1. CandyTX
    This was really really good... we tossed the onion, tomoatoes and feta with a little olive oil and lemon juice for extra flavor. We also sprinkled lemon on top of the fish itself (True Lemon is our new friend). The tomatoes went with this fabulous! Made for ZWT4
     
  2. morgainegeiser
    This was a nice and easy recipe, quick, great to make on a hot, steamy day. The flavors were good together and masked the fishy taste. I used on a tad of the butter called for. Made for ZWT4
     
  3. Andi Longmeadow Farm
    Perfect, with just the most wonderful taste. I used fresh talapia and had some fresh tomato instead of the canned. This was such an ease to put together it was a breeze! I did reduce my butter to 2 tablespoons because I only had a 1/2 pound of fish. The fresh tomatoes broiled up so beautifully with the feta and the onion it was hard not to eat the fish when I removed it broiler. I can see this perfect for the grill too, so may try that next week. Thanks Engrossed this was a true winner! Made for *ZWT4* June 2008.
     
  4. Jellyqueen
    This recipe is a real gem!!! I made exactly as directed, using Talapia instead of flounder. There was not a bite left over!!! The only change I will make is to saute the onion in the melted butter for just a minute then pour over the fish, but that is just a personal preference...the recipe is perfect as is.
     
  5. PaulaG
    This is a delightful fish dish that is super easy and quick. I used orange roughy in place of the flounder. The fillets were a little thicker than flounder would have been and the fish was not cooked through. I put it in the microwave for a couple of minutes and it was fine. I used a sliced leek for the onion and since I cut the recipe in half, a fresh roma tomato for the canned.
     
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  1. PaulaG
    This is a delightful fish dish that is super easy and quick. I used orange roughy in place of the flounder. The fillets were a little thicker than flounder would have been and the fish was not cooked through. I put it in the microwave for a couple of minutes and it was fine. I used a sliced leek for the onion and since I cut the recipe in half, a fresh roma tomato for the canned.
     
  2. lucid501
    This was really yummy! I cut the recipe in half and instead of slicing the onion, I diced it up and mixed it with the tomatoes before using the mixture to top the fish. It was very good and very easy--we served with garlic and olive oil flavored whole wheat couscous, which was a nice compliment. Thanks for posting!
     

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