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Nut-Crusted Flounder Fillets

Nut-Crusted Flounder Fillets recipe
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A delicious, better-for-you choice that's ready in less than 20 minutes. You’ll be as nuts about it as we are.
time
prep:
5 min
total:
17 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
3/1/2007
I used almonds instead of the nut mix. Was very good and fast
posted:
11/3/2006
I'm not a great cook, and this was easy to make and delicious! I would definitly recommend it and will make it again!
posted:
10/10/2006
This was pretty darn good!! I had basa fillets (firm white fish) and I used unsalted sliced almonds. I didn't have Dijon either so I used a spicy brown mustard AND I didn't have garlic powder so I used a garlic/pepper blend. And then I salted it after I crumbled the almonds on. Very good, my husband raved about it. Very Very simple and quick and I'm sure you can do it 100 different ways. Thanks again Kraft!
posted:
8/16/2006
Love this recipe, it is so easy and can use any kind of chopped nuts and any fish, is especially good with talapia.
posted:
4/20/2006
I tried the recipe with tilapia and walnuts... yummy
posted:
4/11/2006
Lookd easy and very tasty
posted:
3/23/2006
I used tilapia instead of flounder. The flavor was good, but I did have to vary the cooking time for the different kind of fish.
posted:
3/22/2006
It wasn't really what I had in mind. Maybe I would make it, maybe I won't. The mustard/mayo mix didn't turn out the way I expected it to. I had to add honey to make it palatable for my girls.
posted:
3/13/2006
easy and delish - didn't have nut mix so used choppe pecans.
posted:
1/20/2006
I loved the nuts and mayo-mustard spread. It gave it a great flavor, with the bite of the mustard. The nuts added a nice texture to the fish, which is usually soft. One thing, which I will not do again, is substitute tilapia for the flounder. I hated it. It was the first time I tried tilapia and I didn't like it at all. I will definitely make this recipe again...using any other fish (flounder, cod, haddock) EXCEPT talapia. :)))
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