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Trying to find simple and healthy recipes to cook. This was GREAT but I did add a few additions. Added a clove of fresh garlic chopped a leaf of chopped fresh basil and added a teaspoon of bread crumbs. I melted the butter and added the tomatoes garlic bread crumbs lemon juice and spices to make a mixture. Then put the mixture on top of the flounder and baked as directed. Thanks for the recipe.
We love this recipe - it is sooo easy. However, instead of using fresh tomatoes - I just pour over the fish a 15 1/2 oz. can of diced tomatoes with garlic and onion (undrained). I also sprinkle on some garlic powder. Fast and easy to make. We love to serve it with broccoli.
We loved this Susan. Instead of plain basil I used an Italian dried herb mix as this was all I had on hand. I used extra tomato as others have suggested and also topped the fish with 2 tbsp of grated parmesan. The fish was so moist this way. I used a cheap fish from the supermarket and was amazed that the dish still tasted superb. This goes well with baked potatoes and the sauteed garlic asparagus recipe from this site.
I use this same basic recipe with frozen tilapia and sole about once a week only varying the cooking time depending on how delicate or thin the fish is. I also usually do it in a skillet instead of the oven so the fish doesn't overcook. Diced vine-ripened tomatoes is much better than canned. And I always add wine letting it cook down and poach the fish a little after it's cooked in the butter and garlic.
This was great!! I made two adjustments based off of what I had on hand I used 2 cloves fresh garlic diced and a added a can of diced tomatoes instead of fresh tomato. I really liked this! My husband and son thought it was ok but I really enjoyed the flavor the seasonings gave to the tomatoes and the fish. I will definitely make this again! We served it with steamed green beans and linguine.
i am new to cooking fish and wanted a quick easy recipe.. found it! i read some other reviews and decided to tweak it the first time. Had some sole fillets so i used those. I also used olive oil instead of butter. Then in the oil mixed the diced tomatoes with fresh crushed garlic crushed chili peppers dill basil oregano salt & pep. I wanted to use bread crumbs but didn't have any on hand so i chopped 4 almonds very fine and mixed that in too! Broiled until flaky! Dee-lish!
I would give this a higher review but I think according to the recipe you are bound to over-cook your flounder. It probably only needs to be in the oven for about 20 mins tops. The topping was great - I also used fresh basil tomatoes and garlic and topped with some fresh grated parmesan but the fish itself was dry from being over cooked.
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