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I also found it bitter and sour. There is no BODY to this recipe. I saved my fillets by sauteing the onions in a little butter. Then tossing in the fillets when onions are soft. Sprinkled little McCormick's Garlic Salt on top. Sauted for 1-2 minutes. Topped with graded parmesan cheese. YUMMY. now..NO LEFTOVERS.
A beautiful presentation with the lemons on the fish and sprinkled with the oregano. I served the fish with rice and a spinach/strawberry salad. Nice flavor on the fish next time I will marinade longer. I marinaded about 2 hours but the flavors could have been stronger.
After reading slot of the reviews I saw what the major problems and was able to fix them: First the very bitter taste. The best way to balance the bitter is to add sugar I added about a table spoon of sugar sprinkeld over the fish. Second the bland flavor: I added crushed pepper and Parmesan cheese. Lastly one big mastake I saw people make was letting it sit in the marnade for way to long. Lemon juce will cook the fish and that will make it dry after u cook it. I only let it sit for an hour and it still had the lemon and rum flavor. After all that it ended up tasting awesome and flavorful.