Baked Parmesan Fish

Baked Parmesan Fish

Ready in 1 hour

Delicious and crispy

"Made it yesterday and it was great. I cooked it for about 30 mintues and the fish was a little overcooked but still good. I had alot of the cheese mixture left so i added a bunch more on too. And i followed some advice in sprying some olive oil and it came out cruchy. I also added a little more salt and a little garlic power to the mixture just to have a little more flavor. Will make many more times. "

- Viola1d

Top-ranked recipe named "Baked Parmesan Fish"

4.2 avg, 58 review(s) 81% would make again


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1/3 cup grated parmesan
2 TBL flour
1/2 tsp paprika
1/4 tsp salt
1/8 tsp pepper
1 egg
2 TBL milk
4 tilapia filets; (any white flaky fish)

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Combine cheese, flour, paprika and salt and pepper in bowl.

Beat eggs and milk

Dip fish in egg mixture then in cheese mixture and coat well

Place fish in a greased 9 x 13 pan and bake uncovered @ 350 for 20 - 35 minutes


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"A variation on this recipe  A simple sprinkle of buttery bread crumbs appeals to kids but can also be embellished for adults. We rely on a handful of grated Parmesan cheese for salty sharpness, a pinch of lemon zest for lightness and a garnish of fresh basil for a wonderful aroma and fresh flavor that brings it all together." Firebyrd Firebyrd

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Tasted good. Not a huge fish fan but this recipe makes me want to get fish again
Michelelea82 1 month ago
Wonderful recipe!!
Kati5 2 months ago
skyjazzy 4 months ago
We made it with flounder. I enjoyed the flavors. I will try to crisp it up a bit more next time under the broiler as someone else suggested. It was yummy.
hotstuffnthekitchen 4 months ago
This is a great way to bake tilapia. The outside gets brown and crunchy, but the inside stays moist. I usually add a handful of Panko crumbs and a dribble of olive oil into my mix. Gives it a little more texture.
dakotarussell 4 months ago
Simple and easy way to prepare fish. Very tasty and moist, it was a hit with our regular crowd at the weekly Wednesday Night Dinner.
timgraham1 5 months ago
Average. A bit bland for my taste so shall spice it up the next time round.
Man1sha 6 months ago
Pleasantly surprised by this recipe, as I didn't expect Parmesan cheese would pair so well with fish! Substituted Old Bay for the paprika, and sprinkled in some garlic powder too. The family loved it and they're not typically fish eaters. Thanks!
sHellsKitchen 7 months ago
Put 1/2 cup floor on a plate. Mix parmesan, paprika, salt, pepper, egg, and milk in a bowl. Coat fish in flour then mixture. Sear in pan, skin down until bottom is hidden Brown. Put in oven for 5 min. Then flip. Cook for about 10 min
karenmadorelee 8 months ago
A bit too cheesy for my liking. May try again with a lot less cheese.
MrsBenny 8 months ago
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