Chip-Crusted Fish Fillets

  • KathrynNC Posted: 12/13/11
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    We really enjoyed this recipe! Only change I made, was we used a yogurt ranch dressing instead of a light ranch (still only had about 70 calories per 2 T). I served it with Escarole & Bean Saute from this same issue (the lemon flavor goes well with the fish). I'm sure it would also be tasty with oven fries.

  • annamarbella Posted: 12/11/11
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    Very easy to make and the cod was delicious! Depending on your own preferences I would recommend adding a little extra sea salt to the tops of the fillets - the taste of the crushed chips diminishes a little after being baked. Overall a very easy to make recipe and tasty.

  • sprky182 Posted: 12/12/11
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    Yummy! Very easy and quick, with great flavor!

  • elliebee160 Posted: 12/09/11
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    This dish is so easy, and so quick, and got 2 thumbs up from my husband. I used tilapia, and a lemon chive dressing instead of ranch. Add some oven baked french fries, and you have an easy fish & chips dinner!

  • jmeleeS Posted: 01/11/12
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    What a fabulous lunch! I made this recipe (served with C.L.'s Simple Slaw recipe) over the weekend quickly between taking down x-mas decorations. What a wonderfully easy and light meal! I could not have been more pleased at both the ease and taste of this recipe. We used catfish in lieu of cod and I omitted the ranch dressing entirely (did not need it!) It was perfectly filling and clean up was a breeze (just gather and toss the parchment paper). I can't wait to make this again (and soon!) - the salt & vinegar taste was just enough to give the fish that almost beer battered taste (without the calories / mess). 100% a keeper - Enjoy!

  • sweetkiwi Posted: 12/05/11
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    Quick, easy and tasty. Made with wahoo fillets and really liked the ranch dressing with it.

  • Nichelleley Posted: 01/08/12
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    Super delicious and easy to make!! As previous reviewers noted, the chips do lose some of their salt and vinegar flavor while in the oven, but I liked that the flavor wasn't overwhelming.

  • drqueen1 Posted: 03/04/12
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    this is an awesome recipe. The fish was so tasty, we didn't even use the ranch dipping sauce. No long list of herbs, spices, etc....just simple tasty ingredients. A sure staple to my menu!

  • Lindawapp Posted: 07/31/12
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    This was one of the best and easiest recipes I have made. Served it to my in-laws and they are still raving about it!

  • coloradomamma Posted: 09/25/12
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    This was just ok... I've made better tasting fish, but at least it was easy.

  • Beckyw66 Posted: 08/24/12
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    OMG Love it!

  • Gustie98 Posted: 02/15/13
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    The fish was too bland for me. It was easy to make and tasted ok but needed more flavor.

  • practicingchef Posted: 03/28/13
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    Yumm...I recommend this receipe to anyone. I purchased fresh Cod and cut the Cod were it was thickest, so that all the pieces were the same size and thickness. The ranch dressing just took it over the edge to scrumptous

  • carolfitz Posted: 06/22/12
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    I think salt & vinegar chips are yucky, but am so glad I trusted your reviews and followed the recipe! So easy, so good, really recommend this. We used cod loins, rinsed them and then put uncovered in fridge for about 20 min to air-dry. Skipped the ranch dressing. Served with spicy cole slaw & steamed asparagus cooled to room temp. Very good.

  • psfreeman Posted: 04/02/12
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    Great recipe! Like fish and chips, only easier. I had all the ingredients already. Delicious preparation for fish.

  • AlyBoudreau18 Posted: 05/25/12
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    This recipe is quick and scrumptious, making it outstanding in my book! We also skip the ranch, and save the calorie spend on eating more fish! I serve with couscous and veggies, great weeknight dish!

  • nbalter1 Posted: 03/21/13
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    My husband thought this was a bit bland but I liked it. And wow was it easy! I didn't bother with the 1/8 tsp salt nor with the ranch dressing. Also, I used baked salt-and-vinegar chips. I'll make this again on a weeknight because it works and it's ridiculously easy.

  • JLBrooks321 Posted: 01/26/14
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    The fish was bland, BUT this was the easiest thing I have cooked in a long time. Guess you can't have it all

  • jilellen Posted: 02/03/14
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    I modified this by using boneless, skinless chicken breasts, reduced fat kettle chips, with light honey mustard instead of mayo and ranch dressing. My kids loved it.

  • Cherrybelle Posted: 01/28/14
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    I was disappointed in this as I was really excited to make it. It was easy but not a lot of flavor. I added some fish seasoning to the fish based on other reviews. My biggest disappointment was cooking it on the Parchment paper. It stuck and we lost half of the fish if I made it again I would just cook it on a pan sprayed with cooking spray. Maybe mix up the chips and use some Jalapeno chips along with the salt and vinegar. Also took more than the 10 mins it said to cook.

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