Prep Time
5 Mins
Cook Time
15 Mins
4 Servings

The best part about this recipe is that it comes together in twenty minutes. This makes it the perfect dinner for a busy weeknight. Coat flounder fillets in a mixture of panko breadcrumbs and Parmesan cheese for a quick and easy fish recipe for dinner.  If flounder is not available, you can use any other mild white fish fillets. Squeeze some fresh lemon juice on top of any fish to eliminate any unwanted fishiness. 

How to Make It

Step 1

Preheat oven to 425°F. Mist bottom of a large baking dish with nonstick cooking spray. Combine panko, Parmesan and butter in a small bowl and stir mixture well.

Step 2

Sprinkle both sides of flounder generously with salt and pepper. Arrange fish in prepared baking dish. Sprinkle panko-Parmesan mixture over fish. Bake until fish is cooked through and crumbs are golden, about 15 minutes. Serve immediately.

Chef's Notes

This quick and easy baked flounder is perfect for making fish tacos for your next Taco Tuesday. Just add a tangy slaw and a side of guacamole and salsa. Or you could pile the filet on toast, bread, or even stuff it inside of a pita for some yummy fish sandwiches.

Ratings & Reviews

kemkem69's Review

June 18, 2014
I made this last night and it was delicious! I left out the butter and put a drop of olive oil in the panko mixture. Good stuff!

Great weeknight recipe!

August 27, 2015
Easy and delicious! I used Flounder first and Tilapia the second time.  Both were great.

cyoung39's Review

March 01, 2015
Extremely easy to make, great kids friendly fish meal!

1Beachlvr's Review

April 24, 2013
Made this tonight and it was awesome! This is a keeper!

missyb93's Review

January 30, 2013

PaulaAnne's Review

January 26, 2013
Yum! Our new favorite flounder recipe.

SheauChin's Review

July 25, 2012

swimmerfan's Review

June 09, 2012
Outstanding!!!! One of the best flounder recipes I've ever had and so easy to make too! I used lemon-pepper panko.

CAgirlinIA's Review

December 18, 2011
Good, easy - and tasty - recipe. I was disappointed in the "flounder" I had (looked more like tilapia) so I only cooked it for 10 minutes and then broiled it for a few minutes to get it to brown. Served it with a brown-wild rice pilaf. Will make again.

VirginiaHanke's Review

October 06, 2011
When your tastebuds keep saying YES YES YES, its good good good