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Baked Parmesan Fish

Baked Parmesan Fish

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61 review(s) averaging 4.3. 82% would make again

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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


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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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Really good! I used cod instead of tilapia. I also added Panko crumbs and some garlic powder. Turned on the broiler for the last few minutes. Very moist and great flavor.
rcusick 1 month ago
I tried this recipe for the first time last night with swai fish and it came out absolutely deelish. It was very crisp on the outside and moist inside. I also used garlic powder, and some other seasoning to taste
FoodieYoki 3 months ago
Easy and taste amazing! Fish is not my favorite, but this recipe for fish is!
cay3 4 months ago
Tasted good. Not a huge fish fan but this recipe makes me want to get fish again
Michelelea82 5 months ago
Wonderful recipe!!
Kati5 7 months ago
skyjazzy 9 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 9 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 9 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 9 months ago
Average. A bit bland for my taste so shall spice it up the next time round.
Man1sha 11 month ago
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