Easy Baked Tilapia
This baked tilapia recipe is super easy. It only takes a few minutes to prepare, uses few ingredients, and is flavorful.
This baked tilapia recipe is super easy. It only takes a few minutes to prepare, uses few ingredients, and is flavorful.
This dish came out great but I am giving it only four stars because it's one of those that everybody changes to his own liking. The basic idea, Tilapia with Old Bay Spice is a great one, though. For my dinner, I melted about 3 tbs of butter and added lots more of Old Bay along with some lemon juice, which I drizzled over the fish. Then I topped the fish with freshly chopped garlic, scallions and ground pepper. Before serving, I poured the resulting sauce from the pan over the fish and rice - this came out really really nicely!Read More
Wow ~ 4 1/2 stars made me want to try this recipe for Easy Baked Tilapia, but to be totally honest, I followed the directions to a "T" and I thought the fish turned out dry with very little flavor...not a good combination.Read More
This dish came out great but I am giving it only four stars because it's one of those that everybody changes to his own liking. The basic idea, Tilapia with Old Bay Spice is a great one, though. For my dinner, I melted about 3 tbs of butter and added lots more of Old Bay along with some lemon juice, which I drizzled over the fish. Then I topped the fish with freshly chopped garlic, scallions and ground pepper. Before serving, I poured the resulting sauce from the pan over the fish and rice - this came out really really nicely!
Very good recipe! I layered my 9x13 w/ some uncooked white rice & cream of mushroom soup, and cooked the fish on top. Also added bread crumbs -- made it a little crunchy. Great taste, really fast to make and extremely easy!
Wonderfully easy recipe with very nice results! I would like to give it a 4.5-star rating. I recommend two changes to the recipe: 1. instead of lemon slices, drizzle freshly-squeezed lemon juice over the fish (and over your choice of fresh or frozen vegetables); 2. add an additonal spice/herb to the Old Bay and garlic salt, in order to zip up the flavor...which otherwise will be on the bland side. I will make this dish again, and add paprika. Tilapia is a delightful fish: versatile, affordable, and delicious. This is a great recipe to get more seafood into your diet without fuss. It is also a lean and healthy recipe.
I normally can't stand the sight or smell of fish, let alone the taste. However, my girlfriend loves it. I decided to surprise her because she has always said that if I were to cook fish that it would taste better than in restaurants. Well, I had no clue how to start, so I used this recipe as a base and it was amazing. The differences I made were that I added lime juice instead of lemon slices, and that I added garlic powder, salt, black pepper, cayun, and a little bit of bread crumbs. I then served it with garlic mashed potatoes and wild rice. This recipe is now my favorite and easiest to make.
Very easy, flavorful, and cost-friendly! This would be a good dish for someone who is either new to eating fish, or is not usually a fish lover, as tilapia is very mild. For those of us who love fish, it's very good. I took suggestions from other reviews and made the following small changes: used frozen but slightly thawed fish and veggies, coated the fish with just a little olive oil and butter, added fresh garlic, and used recommended spices liberally and added a couple of other spices as well. Lastly, I sprinkled bread crumbs on the fish for the last ten minutes of cooking, and left the dish uncovered for that length of time as well. Very tasty.
For all those who have a giant spice cabinet, but not the Old bay seasoning, here are the ingredients in Old Bay Seasoning: Celery Salt, Ground Mustard, Red Pepper, Black Pepper, Bay Leaves, Cloves, Allspice, Ginger, Mace, Cardamom, Cinnamon, and Paprika. Just a little pinch of each and voila you dont have to go to the store to buy something special :)!
I'd strongly recommend thawing the frozen vegetables before baking. I did not do this, and I has to add almost fifteen minutes to the cooking time. Even then, the fish, while done, was just barely warm. I still tasted great, though.
Liberal use of spices is definitely key. I also used Smart Balance spray, instead of butter and it worked well. My frozen vegetable of choice was a 16 oz bag of broccoli stir fry. Semi-thawing of the frozen vegetable should speed up the process as it took 45 minutes, rather than 30 to fully heat through the vegetables. I put the vegetables on top of the fish, then sprinkled vegetables with spray butter and all the spices noted on the recipe and by others. I toasted leftover french bread and crumbled it on top, spraying all again with the spray butter. I took the cover off the dish the last 15 minutes of cooking time to crisp up the fish a bit. My husband said it was "delicious". Without the added spicing and spray butter, it would be more bland than I would prefer. Overall, the dish is easy to prepare.
I've used this recipe for about 2 years and it's always a satisfying, low fat meal you can feel good about serving. It's very versatile - as other reviews have indicated. You can use fresh veggies or frozen (thaw first). When you cover it, the moisture from the veggies "steams" the fish so be sure to uncover about half way through cooking and let the moisture out a little. I spray the pan with pan spray, arrange my fish, sprinkle on some lemon juice (not too much), the old bay (or whatever seasoning blend I want to substitute). I omit the butter. I use garlic powder vice garlic salt to lower the sodium content - old bay has enough salt. I also put some lemon juice over the veggies for some added flavor. I top the fish with Panko (japanese bread crumbs) about 1/3 - 1/2 cup mixed with some paprika (1/2 tsp), 1/8 tsp. pepper and 2 T. grated Parmesan Cheese. Cook as directed. This is a great recipe.
Tilapia is an excellent choice for people who don't enjoy seafood. Mild, adaptable, healthy. The recipe as written is mild and can be adapted to each person's taste buds quite easily. Hubby likes mild and my son and I lean towards spicy so it was a perfect choice for us as each filet was customized to our individual preferences.
This was delicious and I'll be making it again for sure - quick, easy and even healthy! I made this recipe slightly different than the instructions, using what I had on hand. I did not have any frozen vegetables of any kind so I decided to lay the fish on a bed of rice. I sprayed a pan with cooking spray, and then spread 1 cup of rice (not minute rice) into bottom of baking dish, and added 1 and 1/4 cups water. I laid the still frozen tilapia fillets on top of the rice and seasoned per the instructions, going heavy as suggested by most of the reviews I read. I did not have any fresh lemon so I added a substantial amount of lemon pepper seasoning instead. Covered with foil and baked at 375 for 30-40 minutes and it came out great! Rice and fish cooked to perfection! The ONLY thing I would have done differently is to have added more butter and seasonings to the rice itself, it was good but could have used more flavor. Thanks for such a great base recipe!
I made this today and it turned out great. I did sub the Old Bay seasoning for Cajun and instead of a lemon I used a lime. My picky eater loved it! I'll make this again =)
Wow ~ 4 1/2 stars made me want to try this recipe for Easy Baked Tilapia, but to be totally honest, I followed the directions to a "T" and I thought the fish turned out dry with very little flavor...not a good combination.
Recipe was pretty basic. To cut down on the sodium I didn't add the garlic salt, instead I added garlic powder. The old Bay has enough salt. I sprinkled pepper. Used the lemon slice and added a slice of orange. To save on dishes, I made foil pouches and placed on a cookie sheet. You can also make this on your grill without the cookie sheet. I didn't make the veggies, Made a salad instead and wild rice.
I love this easy recipe! It was a lot tastier than I expected and great for the low fat diet my Doctor has me on. Will definately be making often!
I did not have Old Bay Seasoning, so used salt, lemon pepper, garlic powder, and onion powder. Otherwise did everything per directions. It was incredibly tasty and satisfying. The veggies were yummy with a mild taste of the lemon. Served with rice with sauteed onions, green, yellow, and red peppers. It made for a beautiful, colorful plate.
I grilled mine on the George Foreman grill. I used the same ingredients but since it wasn't going in the oven I melted butter and olive oil on a plate, rubbed the filets in it, sprinkled it with lemon juice - and then used all the other seasonings - turned out great! Served with steamed green beans and garlic bread.
I absolutely loved this recipe even though I'm definitly not a fish eater. I took the advise of others by running hot water over the frozen veggies before baking. They would never have cooked through without defrosting first. I also added parmesan cheese and seasoned bread crumbs per other reviews...great addition. What made it for me is instead of butter I used sesame oil to coat the pan and drizzled some over filet. I didn't have any Old Bay, so I substituted season salt and instead of lemon I used fresh lemon thyme sprinkled over the fish. After baking 15 min I added the cheese and bread crumbs then drizzled a little more sesame oil over it and baked uncovered the additional 10 minutes. I will definitely be adding tilapia to my meals in the future...quick, inexpensive and tasty.
I was skeptical at first because I don't like the taste of frozen tilapia, and this seemed too plain to mask the fishiness... but boy was I wrong. I love this fish. It is tasty, economical, and quick & easy enough for a weeknight. Yum!!
This is a WEEKLY staple in our home! It's the Easiest and Healhiest fish I have ever made that my family LOVES. I once forgot the lemon slices and my son was quickly disappointed! I don't deviate much from the recipe, it's easy! I go light on the butter and have switched up my veggie choices. I've added many different frozen selections from my local grocers freezer to "change" our healthy meal. I've even added fresh veggies half-way into our baking time. Thank you for this wonderful, healthy meal!
Line the fish with cubed potatoes instead of vegetables. Be sure the cubes are small,,,,to ensure being cooked in 30 minutes.
THIS IS THE BEST FISH THAT I HAVE EVER EATEN/MADE. RESTUARANT QUALITY! Line pan w/ foil. Put fish on pan and sprinkle lightly w/ salt and pepper. Add frozen cali and brocolli around fish w/ salt and pepper. Melt butter (LOTS), add one whole lemon squeezed, lots of fresh garlic, old bay, garlic powder, onion powder, seasoning salt, parsley and pepper. Pour sauce over fish and veggies. Bake 20 mts. covered. Uncover the fish during the last 10 mts and add breadcrumbs w/ parm cheese over fish. Goes great w/ rice. Spoon sauce over rice. Yummy!
super easy and yummy!!! I did soak the fish in milk for 20 min. also had to use lemon pepper seasoning because I did not have lemons.
good stuff.. used seasoning for rice and it was great (if you like Tilapia)
I love this recipe & make it all the time. I use just plain frozen broccoli, & sometimes add in some cut up potatoes as well. It all goes great with the seasoning mix. I add a little borsari citrus seasoning salt on top of everything & squeeze lemon juice on top rather than using lemon slices. I also rub fresh chopped garlic onto the fish rather than using garlic powder because I think the taste is a little nicer.
Made this tonight. Love the simplicity! Didn't have lemons or lemon juice :( so I used a few dashes of lemon pepper and followed the recipe as stated (well-minus the veggies-didn't have those either). Fabulous! Everyone wanted to lick their plate :)
A very good meal. My family enjoyed it. I used fresh veggies and a bit more lemon.
I used lemon juice instead of lemons and blackened seasoning instead of old bay seasoning. I did not use the vegetables.
I'm okay with Old Bay seasoning, garlic, salt & lemon; but this didn't do it for me. It tasted liked baked fish with the above ingredients. 'Needed more flavors to be good. Very identifiable with the taste.
Very very good! It was so easy. I added 1/4 tsp more of Old Bay and sprinkled some paprika on also. And instead of butter I used extra virgin olive oil. Also I put tin foil down in the pan first, makes clean up a breeze.
This is very good. I've made it probably a half dozen times now. and I've changed it up since. I have always used 1/2 tsp of Old Bay, I've done the garlic powder/onion powder combo(was ok), I've also used 1/4 tsp of rosemary garlic from the grinder by Spice Island seasonings(awesome). Also, instead of EVOO, I use 1/4 cup white cooking wine.
great recipe. easy to make. instead of butter i used olive oil, added garlic salt and left out the veggies
Turned out great and was very easy. I also did some extra Tilapia on my George Forman Grill with Lemon Pepper and it was better and much faster.
Turned out perfect! I just cooked the fish alone, I used olive oil instead of butter, normally I don't like fish but this was simple, easy, and tasty! My husband and picky kids loved it, thank you:-)
Tilapia is a light & delicious fish. It cooked wonderfully in this recipe. I made just a few changes, like sprinkling the lemon juice over the fish, and used fresh veggies w/a touch of olive oil, S&P, red onion, mushrooms, celery & broccoli. Great light meal.
If I could give this a million stars, I would. I used frozen tilapia and frozen veggies and just added an extra 7 minutes. The only substitution I made was using Tony's creole seasoning instead of Old Bay because it was all I had on hand. It was perfect! So the next night I decided to try the same recipe with chicken breasts. Again, I used frozen chicken and a different mix of frozen vegetables. I baked it at 350 for 50 minutes and it was the best chicken I've ever had in my life. Thank you so much for this recipe... It's so easy and versatile.. definitely a keeper!
Great way to cook Tilapia! It tasted so good and was so healty. Instead of using any butter I used cooking spray but otherwise followed everything else! Even my two year old asked for more fish and veggies!
The prep was extremely easy, but it took me a lot longer to bake the tilapia until it was safe to eat. I ended up uncovering it after 25 minutes, cranked the oven up to 400 to try and speed up the process (we were hungry!), and broiled at the end. The flavor was good, but I think next time we'll try a different cooking method.
Simple and delicious...will be making this again and again.
This was great. I'm not a fish eater by any means, but heard Tilapia was pretty mild. Great flavor and easy.
2nd time making it since a month ago finding this recipe. 1st time I made as directed minus lemons or lemon juice. Instant hit! Last night I made it without the veggies and sprinkled old bay a bit more liberally with butter sprinkled all over. Then I made Landry's ponchertrain sauce with pan seared scallops. Chopped some of scallops and mixed with sauce, laddled ontop of fish and topped it with the remaining scallops. Beautiful dinner. This simple tilapia dish will become a regular menu that allows so many different ways of presenting itself.
I really don't care for fish, but this recipe is awesome!! I squeezed lemon juice on the fish and veggies. I also sprinkled some cayenne pepper, season-all, blackened old bay seasoning, and paprika on the fish. I only used broccoli and sprinkled that with s&p. I thought it was amazing, kids loved it too!! You can spice this up with anything you have in your spice cabinet, use your fave seasonings so the fish will be to your liking.
So easy! Tilapia is very mild and this recipe really infuses it with garlic and lemon flavor. The veggies really pick up the flavor as well. Super inexpensive to make and very flavorul and healthy. Fresh minced garlic makes a big difference and I recommend drizzling some lemon juice over the fish and veggies. This dish has become a frequent favorite in my home. Photo available on my profile page.
Quick & Easy wow what a fast meal! I will make again
The wide range of the reviews from one star to five stars supports the Latin saying: De gustibus non est disputandum (Concerning tastes, there is no dispute.). Although the sale of tilapia has increased in recent years, some relate that to the lower price of tilapia compared to the much more prized and expensive fresh ahi/ yellow-fin tuna and flounder/ sole. For tilapa-based recipes that are not bland, it is necessary to use sufficient spices. For those who wish to cook tilapia, this easy baked tilapia recipe may require several trials to determine the optimal amount of spices to suit one's taste. Personally, in the future I shall not purchase tilapia .
Easy to make and tasted great! Adjustments: Enough Old Bay Seasoning to cover the 4 Tilapia fillets, Garlic Powder (no garlic salt in cabinet), juiced with half lemon and covered with 1 sliced lemon, added 1tbspn fresh chopped cilantro and 2 cloves of garlic chopped. Baked 375 for 30mins covered. Served with Brown Rice and Baked Sweet Potato. Excellent! Will make again!!
So simple and soooo good!! My kids were fighting over the leftovers :)
It was great. I used Lemon White Wine instead of sliced lemon.
Made this mostly as written. I didn't have garlic salt and wasn't sure if it was garlic "salt" or "powder" that was "really" called for... since regular salt was another spice... so I used seasoned salt plus garlic powder and the old bay. I had a bag of California Mix veggies... cauliflower, broccoli and carrots...that was the best I could do without making another trip to the store, sorry! The dish was very pretty going into and coming out of the oven... and smelled delicious cooking. Next time, I think I would go heavier on the spices as it seemed a little bland to me. That being said, the husband and kids gobbled it up... and there is one piece of fish plus veggies left for his lunch tomorrow. I would be happy to make it again! Oh-- and one of the reviews said to defrost the veggies first... I did a partial defrost... just put the bag of veggies into the fridge for about 3 hours prior to cooking... and that took enough of the iciness off. Good idea!
Very good! Simple and can be modified to your liking.
Boy, talk about easy fish recipes! this is easier than shopping for protein!
I threw this together with some lightly sauteed brussels sprouts and mushrooms instead of frozen veggies. Popped it in the oven and surfed the web while it baked. When I served it, my husband crowed "How fancy!" (we're poor newlyweds), and it was really delicious.
Delicious. I did cut the garlic salt in half (1/4 tsp.) and added 1/4 tsp. garlic powder (seemed like the fish might be too salty w/ that much garlic salt). I doubled the Old Bay, but only because I ran out as I was sprinkling onto the fish and needed to add more to cover everything. I roasted the broccoli & cauliflower separately in some EVOO, Old Bay, garlic powder, and cracked black pepper. Baked both at 400, veggies for 20 minutes, fish for 25. This was probably the easiest meal that I've ever prepared. Served with Knorr Herb & Butter rice. The whole meal was less than 500 calories! Don't skip the lemon slices; I think they really add to the flavor. And don't substitute lemon juice! Real lemon slices are key!
Delicious, light and so easy! The whole family at it!!
I fell in love with this recipe.
Ridiculously easy and super delicious! I always add some lemon pepper too!
Very easy, very flavorful, very good dish. I followed directions exactly (except omitted the frozen veggies and opted for a rice pilaf for the side). Came out great!
Yum. I had a request for "just baked fish" and found this recipe, it was wonderful. I usually season my fish with seasoned salt, pepper and dill but seasoned as specified (well plus dill, I just think it's MADE for fish): this too was a nice simple combination which I will use again and in other fish recipes. No problems with the cook time. The lemon baked in was nice, seemed to blend into the fish more than just juicing one over the top. Thanks very much for submitting.
The kids wouldn't eat it, and i ate very little, and will never eat it again.
this is a biweekly staple in our house the whole fam loves it!! it is so easy to make!!! we make it with whatever fresh vegis we have on hand. it always looks so pretty too! and it is cheap!!!AND HEALTHY!! LOVE IT!!
Definitely an awesome and easy weeknight meal. Use prepacked frozen tilapia filets and you're good to go! Also, Old Bay isn't the only seasoning you can use. I used Everglades All Purpose Seasoning (aka Monkey Dust for you Floridians out there) and it was very tasty. I might try plain old Adobo seasoning next time. Still, this one's a keeper!
Five stars for being the best combination: easy, few ingredients, and delicious! I actually wasn't expecting it to be as delicious as it was because of the simplicity of the recipe. I keep trying fish recipes and there are only two that I've really liked enough to make again, and this is one of them! Will become a regular part of my menus.
Not so great in my opinion. I think the fish would benefit from being baked in an open container. The water from the frozen veggies didn't help it at all.
One of the best meals I have ever made. My first time making tilapia will not be my last!
DEEEEEEEEEEEELISH!!! Love this recipe!! My picky daughter even got seconds!! Perfectly seasoned!! Will ALWAYS make tilapia this way!!
Very easy and great flavor. I like that the fish and veggies are done in one pan, easy clean-up. Will make again
This was so SO EASY and SO DELICIOUS! The fish was moist and tender and the old bay was yummy! I did not cook it with veggies and I only cooked 2 fillets for 20 mins. Thanks so much!
fish texture was great, but needs more flavor
This was very good. I used the Italian veggies instead. They could have been a bit more flavorful, but everyone liked this very much.
This was nice and easy--a simple meal to scale when cooking for one! I made two fillets and still used a whole bag of stir fry veggies. I had a good dinner and the perfect sized lunch for the next day.
Excellent and easy. Mix and match your own herbs. I used garlic 'n herbs, some seasoned salt and dried parsley and mixed it with about 1.5 tablespoons of butter. Melted it all and poured it over the fish. Added lemon slices, covered the dish and tinfoil and baked for 25 minutes. Sprinkled with shredded parmesean when it was done! YUM!!
This turned out very average for me. Fine, nothing special. I used frozen tilapia, but other reviewers who liked it much more than I did, as well...this had no flavor. REALLY wanted to like it, but unfortunately, just not impressed at all.
The recipe was very simple to make and was very delicious. My kids ate it all up.
YUM ! Very good, and very easy. Like a previous poster, I too squeezed fresh lemon juice on mine. I used a small lemon and sliced on half for slices on top of the fish, then squeezed the juice from the other half over the whole dish. I'm making it again tonight (second time in 1 week) but this time will go a little heavier with the Old Bay and salt.
Delicious. Used fresh zucchini, squash, bell peppers and jalapenos. threw in a few ice cubes to help steam the veggies while it baked. Dad and BF loved it.
This was my first time making and eating tilapia- this recipe was easy and great for a beginner like myself. I think it needed a little more flavor and seasoning though.
I have made this so many times, I cannot believe I have not rated it until now. Mine always takes 10-15 minutes longer to bake. I just use whatever frozen veggies I have in the freezer, and wait until those are cooked to make sure it is done. I usually make a side dish of brown rice to go with. Very easy and good for a mid week meal.
I didn't eat this, but my husband said the fish tasted good, but after cooking it about twice as long as it said it would need to be cooked it was finally done. He said the vegetables weren't very good. Too lemony. I, too, squeezed the lemon juice on the vegetables. My 8 year old said the fish was better with more pepper. I would cook the vegetables seperately next time because they liked the fish alone.
Delicious and Easy. The fresh lemon slices are a key ingredient!!
This was a very easy and fun recipe to prepare. This was my first time baking fish, so knowing that it came out good is very encouraging. Thanks for the recipe!
Super easy, super quick, fantastic taste! My husband loved it and my young kids ate their full portion without complaint. We will be eating this about once a week for sure. (I omitted the garlic salt only because the Old Bay seasoning I have is the "garlic and herb" variety.) Thanks for this time-saving, delicious recipe!
I am not a big fish eater, love shell fish, but generally not fish fish. Anyway, bought some Tilapia and my husband told me that it isn't good fish. I decided to find a recipe and find out for myself. I made this dish the other night and he ate it and told me that it was fabulous! So, thanks for the recipe! I even passed it along on my blog to my friends.
This was a nice surprise! I was looking for a fast, simple recipe for tilapia that would go with pasta and leftover alfredo sauce. I assumed since this looked so healthy it wouldn't have much flavor but I gave it a try and I was wrong. It was very good and went well with the pasta. My son who was home from college had it for dinner AND breakfast the next morning!!
I have actually been making a recipe like this for years...got it from Red Lobster website...fish in a bag...minus the garlic salt....i revised it ...i steam my veggies prior ( i do carrots and potatoes-use any veggies you like)cuz i like them tender and i use i cant believe its not butter no calorie spray butter and spray the fish and veggies with that. I also put the old bay seasoning on the veggies too and sometimes have no fresh lemon so i just use a few drops of lemon reconstituted juice(the little container shapped like a lemon)
Wow, that was amazing! I used only items I had, fresh broccoli, green beans and baby carrots which I positioned around the fish (not over the fish) as per suggestions. I used garlic salt, black pepper, paprika as per suggestions, I also added parmesan cheese and fresh parsley in the last 5 minutes. I didn't have Old bay seasoning or lemons and it was the most amazing fish dish I've ever had! WOW! Easy to make, one dish to wash, awesome all the way around. Thank you for this great recipe!
i did not use butter, i just sprayed a glass pan with pam. I also added thyme before putting on the lemons. This was sooooo good and soooooo easy. Also, I cooked my for 25 min and it was perfect.
This was very dry and bland. It was crunchy, but zero flavor. I would add different spices or seasoning, or something to provide a little moisture. With the corn meal in there, I would add maybe some hot sauce or mexican type seasonings, maybe even a packet of taco or fajita seasoning to the dry mix and serve it on top of a pico de gallo with black beans mixed in it. Or maybe use the dry mix but add Old Bay seasoning to it and have it with tartar sauce. It needs something.
I was really surprised how good this is--I was worried that the vegetables would taste like fish, but they didn't. I used garlic powder instead of garlic salt, and I put some butter chunks on the vegetables, too. I served it with brown rice and Irresistible Soda Bread.
Friday dinner is fish night and this is what I cooked tonight. My husband loved it and said "really good". Though I did some modifications and didn't use measurements. I just mixed melted butter with lemon juice, old bay seasoning, garlic and onion powder. Poured into tilapia wrapped in each foil packets. Broiled it for 15-20minutes. I also added parmesan cheese a few minutes before its done. Really tasty!
Very quick and Very easy. I'm glad I read alot of reviews first. I used sliced lemons and lemon juice, garlic and onion powder, and heavy with the old bay. The only thing that was an issue was it wasn't done in 30 minutes. I did have my frozen vegetables and tilapia in the refrigerator all day before I cooked it....but it took 40 minutes to cook. I know next time just start checking on it at the 25 minute mark. However, other than that very good and very quick!!!! I know a dish is good when my husband eats it all!!!!!
Great way to bake tilapia. I took it out a few minutes early, removed the lemons, sprinkled it with grated parmesan and broiled it until golden brown. The kids loved it.
I'm not a fan of lemon & that's all I could taste of the fish. The veg was a different idea & we loved it(I used broccoli, partially thawed). Hubby & daughter liked it very much.
This is a great recipe. I didn't have frozen cauliflower with broccoli and red pepper so I added asparagus and quartered pototoes,with a little olive oil springled on top of them. My husband thought it was really good. Will make often.
This was SOOO good and SOOO easy. Used Queeny123's version with lots of lemon, fresh garlic, and shallots. Really, really good. Always great to find a good healthy fish dish
Great flavor and very healthy. I used olive oil instead of the butter. Also added onion powder, whole wheat bread crumbs and parmesan to the topping. I also used fresh broccoli and cauliflower and just briefly steamed it before baking. Served with rice. Delicious.
This was my first time using Old Bay seasoning (I had a sample packet). With the garlic salt added, this was way TOO salty. Plus with the lemon juice and the vegetables, my fish was slightly soggy.
This was a great simple recipe, I didn't use the veggies but fish turned out great, I didn't change anything ingredient wise. My husband and kids loved it.
I put frozen vegetables around and on top of the fish and served with Jasmine rice on the side. Very easy, very delicious! Thank you for sharing.