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Cheesy Tomato Fish Bake

Cheesy Tomato Fish Bake recipe
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Give fish a smart, Italian kick with zesty dressing, baked tomatoes and melty mozzarella. Mangia! Mangia!
time
prep:
5 min
total:
35 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
1/12/2008
I made it with tilapia and canned tomatoes. Very easy to make and super yummy. Will definetely be making again!
posted:
1/12/2008
The Cheesy Tomato Fish Bake recipe is very good. Our entire family (two toddlers included) loves it. We've made it two times already in 3 weeks. We used a 15 oz. can of diced tomatoes or can of italian seasoned diced tomatoes (including juice in the can) in place of the 2 large fresh tomatoes called for, and it works great. We also baked it in our GE Advantium oven with excellent & quick results (~ 20 min total). Complements plain brown rice nicely. We serve the extra tomato sauce on top of the rice, with steamed veggies on the side. Enjoy!
posted:
1/5/2008
I liked this recipe very much, it was fast and easy, like others who have rated this recipe I used frozen tilapia and canned tomatoes. The only other thing I would change is adding more seasoning to the fish before baking, other than that it was great !
posted:
1/2/2008
Tastes very good and is quick and simple to make. A great weeknight dinner.
posted:
12/30/2007
Delicious and easy. Made with talapia and came out great. Any firm fish will do.
posted:
12/29/2007
I made this recipe with rice and broccoli, and I thought it was a little boring.
posted:
12/28/2007
We loved this recipe. I used diced can tomatoes and talipha fish. I also used basil and Italian seasoning on top. I need to make more next time, it was so good there were no left overs.
posted:
12/25/2007
too high in cholesterol
posted:
12/24/2007
Both my husband and myself LOVED this!!! It was absolutely delicious! Great flavor and plenty of it...reminded me of bruschetta. I think the key is to use fresh tomatoes (not canned). I used basil instead of parsley. I also sprinkled some of the basil on the raw fish and added fresh minced garlic to the dish before cooking. EXCELLENT!
posted:
12/21/2007
I have made this recipe several times and my family loves it. I use a can of diced tomatoes since fresh aren't in season right now, also sprinkle with chopped fresh basil.
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