Ready in 45 minutes
Tilapia, flounder, or any other white fish works in place of orange roughy.
"I tried this recipe because I had some leftover sour cream I wanted to use. The kids liked it & requested seconds, even the one who won't touch sour cream. (I didn't tell him that was on it) I will use this recipe again. "
Place fillets in a single layer in a lightly greased 13x9 inch pan. Stir together sour cream and next 4 ingredients; spread mixture evenly over fillets. Sprinkle with breadcrumbs, and drizzle with butter. Bake at 350(F) for 20-25 minutes or until fish flakes with a fork.
janglin28 1y agolove this recipe. I used Tilapia and after spreading the sour cream mixture i sprinkled some garlic powder over it. Then added the bread crumbs and butter. Wonderful! Such a nice change from breaded fish!
Bren0201 1y agoI tried this recipe because I had some leftover sour cream I wanted to use. The kids liked it & requested seconds, even the one who won't touch sour cream. (I didn't tell him that was on it) I will use this recipe again.
AGrammer 1y agoMade this for lunch...it wasn't as good as the reviews said it was
Avikemyr 1y agoAll 3 family members enjoyed how this fish was prepared, & that's saying something. It can be difficult getting our 4-year-old to eat a variety of foods, and she said, 'It's so yummy!'
Jabena 2y agoVery delicious. Everything goes so well together.
Mistikaldarkhope 2y agoThis has become one of my favorite ways to make tilapia. So easy.
Mistikaldarkhope 2y agoFull of flavor and super easy to make. Big hit with the family
Lindababy59 3y agoOmg! This is a nice change from heavy breading. Husband was not looking forward to eating this when I showed him recipe. He loved it and requests it often.
Lindababy59 3y agoTired of heavy bread crumbs on fish! This is moist and very tastey!