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Crispy Herb Fish with Parmesan Potatoes

Crispy Herb Fish with Parmesan Potatoes recipe
photo by:kraft
This is not only smart in a low-fat, low-cal way, it's also ready in half an hour for busy weeknights. Making you positively brilliant.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
30 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
11/15/2006
This recipe turned out very good. The potatoes were awesome.
posted:
11/7/2006
it was a fantastic meal everyone liked it especially my older daughter who does not like fish she said it was really good. thanks kraft.
posted:
11/2/2006
This fish is excellent with the shake and bake. I will definitely make this again.
posted:
10/23/2006
Fish was great, but potatoes seemed a bit bland, perhaps I put in too many.
posted:
10/11/2006
I had to use tilapia instead of orange roughy because orange roughy was not available. I also had to use Philadelphia Light Cream Cheese with Chive and Onion for the potatoes because that was all that was available. This meal was absolutely delicious and very easy to prepare.
posted:
7/14/2006
This dish was good, but I just had a slight problem with the fish being soggy on the bottom. I would recommend turning after 7min. until done.
posted:
7/12/2006
This recipe was excellent. I used the parmesan Shake 'N Bake in place of the original flavor. The aroma smelled simply wonderful. I definately recommend this dish.
posted:
6/1/2006
I made this fish a few times already. It was so easy to make. Over all a very good-for-you meal. Even my 4 year old cleaned his plate.
posted:
5/17/2006
Such a great recipe! I loved using orange roughy. And the potatoes were so, so tasty!
posted:
4/4/2006
This was especially good using mahi mahi, but any firm, white fish will do as well.
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