Baked Flounder with Dill and Caper Cream

  • JessicaLane Posted: 09/04/09
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    Was a weird combo--sour cream on top of fish... Too many sour/acidic flavors going on: dill, lemon, sour cream, capers. Wouldn't make again.

  • proudphoenix Posted: 10/11/09
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    I thought that this recipe was quick, easy, tasty, and even easy to clean up after. I substituted whiting for the flounder because I understand that whiting is higher in Omega 3's. (I wanted them for their apparent health benefits.) I'll definitely make this dish again.

  • skel0640 Posted: 10/13/11
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    I have tried it twice and it has been good both times. My wife thinks so too.

  • Kuthixo Posted: 11/01/12
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    My husband loves this recipe. It is incredibly easy and fast to make and just about any firm non-oily fish (like cheap tilapia) can be subsituted in. Also, he noticed that the leftovers the next day were even better than the first day due to the sour cream/caper sauce sitting over night. Now every time he makes this recipe he mixes the sour cream and capers the night before; the capers really infuse the sour cream and give it a lovely tang.

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