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Crispy Oven Fish

Crispy Oven Fish recipe
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This Crispy Oven Fish will have the family looking forward to fish night—and you too. Who doesn't like getting rave reviews for an easy 30-minute dish?
time
prep:
10 min
total:
25 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
7/17/2008
LOVE this recipe. I follow Weight Watchers and this is very friendly to that program. Easy and always delish!!
posted:
5/13/2008
i used halibut, i accidentally cooked it for 25 minutes, it was dry for me used tarter sauce but boy friend loved it. i need to use less dressing because it clumped up on me a little bit. i'm looking forward to using different kinds of fish and not over cooking it!
posted:
2/7/2008
Enjoyed this quite a bit! Used tilapia instead of the orange roughy, and I'll echo a couple of other comments here -- it needed an extra 5 minutes in the oven. I also used light mayo instead of the Miracle Whip because it was what was in the house at the time.
posted:
8/1/2007
I don't eat fish very often but this is wonderful. I've made it three times now. Can be a little too salty if you use too much of the seasoned coating. Goes great with the lemon pepper rice on this site, too.
posted:
6/29/2007
Excellent recipe. Have made several times.
posted:
2/11/2007
I think it called for way to much rosemary & it took longer to cook I used halibut that was good!
posted:
1/29/2007
I have never liked fish at all, but decided to try this recipe. It was absolutely delicious. My boyfriend thought so too - he made sure there were no leftovers!!
posted:
1/27/2007
I would have never thought to use Shake n Bake on fish but it was good. All I used was the extra crispy style and baked for 15 min. and sprinkled the parmesean cheese and let bake another 5 mins. Very quick and easy.
posted:
9/22/2006
its tasty great for Cocktails.
posted:
9/18/2006
In my opinion this needs to be cooked 20 minutes.; 15 was still underdone. If you sprinkle some lemon over it after it's cooked, its a lot better. The recipe didn't call for any salt but the Shake n Bake is very salty on it's own. It's good but not wonderful.
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