Baked Fish with Coconut Crust

Baked Fish with Coconut Crust

15 reviews, 4.1 star(s). 87% would make again

Ready in 45 minutes

Heart-healthy, brain-boosting omega-3 fatty acids with this foolproof fish recipe.

"I have made this recipe twice with talapia! The first time, I pan fried it in olive oil/butter! It was the best but, of course, not the healthiest! Oven baking created a very yummy version too. Even the pickiest eater will enjoy! I used non-sweetened coconut and topped it with a fresh peach-mango salsa:-)"


4 4-oz Salmon fillets; (or other firm fish) skin removed
1 tablespoon Lime juice
1/2 cup Panko; Japanese bread crumbs
1/4 cup Sweetened coconut; flaked
salt and pepper; to taste
Cooking spray

Original recipe makes 4



Preheat oven to 425 degrees.

Place salmon fillets on a non-stick baking pan. Brush juice on salmon.

In a shallow dish, combine panko, coconut, salt and pepper. Dredge each fillet in the mixture and return to bakin gpan. Spread leftover crumbs on top of each filet. Coat with sooking spray.

Bake for 12 to 15 minutes. If desired, put under broiler until crust is golden brown.

272 calories

16 gr. fat

0 fiber

7 points

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btrl69 1y ago

Made it with tilapia. Toddlers liked it better with honey
culinaryart 2y ago

Yummy and easy.
kmvbh 2y ago

mlesher1 2y ago

Made this with tilapia.. Big hit came out great...
Kym1 3y ago

Made this with tilapia and served with lemon-dill green beans. It was quite good, though didn't have any hint of sweetness that I was expecting from the coconut.
Efoley09 3y ago

Really good. Even my fussy kids ate it!
kmvbh 3y ago

Kfrison 3y ago

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