Great recipe. The sauce was excellent.. I would consider using it for a stir fry. I doubled the amount of veggies and like a previous poster, I used cod instead of flounder. The smaller filet did start to break apart as it cooked so I flipped it and removed it from the heat. Will definitely make again!
MMowry Posted: 03/11/13
Phillygirl2 Posted: 02/27/13
We loved it. I used cod because it's a thicker fish and l thought a safer bet not to overcook. Wow, this was delicious. I served it with the spicy green beans (p. 68 in March mag). Definitely goes in our 'repeater' list.
nbalter1 Posted: 03/15/13
This is tasty. Definitely save some of the hoisin mixture to drizzle on at the end (as the recipe says) because it adds a nice sweetness. We used tilapia.
Tebra60 Posted: 03/03/13
FairyWhimsy Posted: 03/15/13
Made it 2x. Both kids really enjoyed it. Flavor is very light. But I won't turn down a meal that the entire family eats.
Dawnarn515 Posted: 03/10/13
I did not like this at all. The fish completely fell apart and the flavor was not very good.
Albright777 Posted: 02/23/13
This was so very yummy! I did not use flounder though. I used tilapia, because I know my children like that fish. Plus it was on sale at my grocery store. ;-) It was a great substitute. And yes, my kids did eat it. Very easy to make and it didn't take much of my time. We will definitely be having this meal again at the Albright house!
kkparsons Posted: 04/29/13
I'm always trying new fish recipes in order to get my 3 kids to eat fish, and this one passed the test. I increased the veggies a bit, and next time may increase the sauce as well since it had such great flavor. I also had a bit of trouble with the fish sticking to the pan - not sure what to do about that, since for a CL recipe it already called for a decent amount of oil.
malevy Posted: 07/07/13
Flounder is not my favorite fish - but this recipe is great - very tasty.
seyoung08 Posted: 10/08/13
I, like others, don't love flounder, plus it's a little harder to find in the supermarket. I made the dish with 2 lbs of tilapia, doubling the sauce recipe, and it turned out wonderfully. The tilapia is such a thin fish that the whole fillet didn't make it to the plate in one piece, but it was devoured just the same. I didn't have sesame oil, so I just toasted some sesame seeds in a dry pan then added them to the sauce. It provided a great, nutty flavor, without the fat of the oil. Will make again!
Bevmknight Posted: 09/28/13
Cooked it on the grill - yummy