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Was looking for a simple whole food recipe for frozen fish fillets and while I did add lots of chopped herbs (chives, oregano, thyme), used a small amount of onion powder instead of onion, this recipe was exactly what I was looking for. I did spray the baking dish based on my last experience with this fish, and added a few halved cherry tomatoes on top while baking. Thank you, this is a keeper!
Very tasty and super simple. I made the flounder exactly like the recipe except I used two tablespoons of butter instead of two teaspoons. I also cooked it for 30 minutes because I prefer my fish a little on the dry side. It came out excellent. My husband who is not a big fan of flounder actually enjoyed it!
Easy to make - 5 stars in this area. My family enjoyed it but thought it was a little plain. My "non fish eating" 12 year old did enjoy it dipped in soy sauce. Will make it again but will probably add a little Old Bay seasoning.
My husband and I both like fish and I found this recipe. I had cod so used that. I turned the skinny end under so it would not overcook. Made no other changes. It was done in 25 minutes as suggested and was delicious. I will try this simple method with other local white fishes.