Pesto Panko Baked Fish
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- 2 lbs fish fillets, like salmon, can use halibut
- 3 tablespoons prepared pesto sauce, to coat fish
- 1 cup panko breadcrumbs, to coat fish
- Wash and dry fish fillets.
- Coat fish with pesto.
- Now coat fish with panko, pressing to make it stick.
- Place in a baking dish and bake in 350 degrees F. at 7 minutes per inch of fish or until done.
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Original review, Jun 5, 2008: Love pesto - love panko - so I knew I would love this! This has got to be one of the easiest fish recipes I've ever made. DH finished his and asked, "When can we have this again?" I used tilapia filets and cooked them for about 8 minutes at 425F since that was the recommended cooking temperature on the package. Glad you posted this - I know I'll be making it many more times! Made and reviewed for Zaar Cookbooks Tag Game 2008. Update, Jun 23, 2010: I had originally given this 4 stars but need to raise it to 5 stars. This is so easy to make (although a little messy - or maybe that's just me) and is absolutely delicious!
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