Sizzling Flounder

  • dmloss Posted: 08/01/10
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    I thought this recipe was okay...probably will not make again.

  • Whipcole Posted: 03/25/10
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    This will be a family favorite. It is wonderful dish, and very easy! The best is that my picky 7 year old ate every bite! I used Tilapia and used less butter (probably 3-4 TBL). I served it with a red potato, sweet pea and pesto sauce side dish.

  • JoG19740 Posted: 03/05/10
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    I have fixed this recipe twice with Tilapia. Ymmm. Only thing, because the temp is so high the butter does smoke. I heat the oven to 450 following the instructions to melt and brown the butter. When I place the fish in to cook, I reduce the temp to 425 and follow the time instructions. I also find that it only needs about 1 minute under the broiler to sizzle!

  • eworrell Posted: 03/14/10
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    I made this last night - the recipe was great, the parmesean cheese added the perfect flavor. I used frozen filets, which I definitely should not have because they were too flaky, but the recipe was very easy - you don't have to use an entire stick of butter either if you're looking to get the calories down a bit. I might try olive oil next time, too. I served this with whipped potatoes and a spinach salad with strawberries, cashews and poppyseed dressing.

  • hislights Posted: 05/31/10
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    I am not a "fish" person, but even I loved this recipe not only for its good taste but also for its ease! This is a very simple recipe that takes no time at all to make, and doesn't taste fishy. My local grocery store didn't have flounder, so I used tilapia instead which worked great. This will be a recipe I use quite a few times a year. I must confess that since the filets are so tender, when I tried to flip them halfway through the baking process, the first one I tried to flip crumbled, so I didn't flip the rest--I just sprinkled the Parmesan mixture on the side facing up on the rest of the filets, and again, it turned out great.

  • sissykay Posted: 12/15/10
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    I used this recipe tonight using Flounder. We loved it and it's real quick and easy. Will be making it again for sure. We had broccoli and spanish rice with it.

  • cmarkette Posted: 07/28/12
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    loved it, very easy, very yummy

  • barbara2x5 Posted: 06/27/13
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    My son is terrible eater he eats pasta for all meals or starves. I made this fish and pasta and forced him to try it. He ate the whole piece and asked for more. Tonight he actually asked if I could make that great fish. It is really delicious and a keeper


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