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Very good for baked "fried" fish! To me, nothing beats fried fish, but this is a very good, healthy substitute. I used creole mustard, but otherwise made it as directed. My filets were a little thin....next time I'll try and make sure I have thicker filets so my breading doesn't overwhelm the fish. I really enjoyed this...everyone should try it! Made for All New Zaar Cookbook Tag.
This is a good recipe. I used regular yellow mustard and half-n-half since I had no milk. I also left out the thyme... personal preference.
I made this last night (used Tilapia and Gulden's mustard) and my husband and I loved it! The only downside was that I used a broiler pan (as suggested in the recipe) and the fish "stuck". In the future I will use a different type of pan.
Used dijon mustard, otherwise didn't stray from the recipe. It's a keeper!!!
thankyou for this wonderful recipe i gave you five star. your recipe was so good i made it last night my husband really enjoyed it .He is a picky eater again thankyou so much
Yum! I made this with red snapper and my DH and I both enjoyed it! Thanks! Made for ZWT 2009-Epicurean Queens!
Oh mama, this is yummy fish! The coating was crispy and spicy without being fatty. I served it with lemon to drizzle on top. I'll make it again. Thanks for sharing! Made for ZWT5.
Loved the spices in this! Hubby said it was a little dry but was fine for me. I think I breaded this a little too thick and maybe slightly overcooked but still came out great. Thanks for a wonderful recipe! Made for ZWT5 - Saucy Senoritas.
This was pretty good and pretty easy to put together. Didn't take long at all! I love having a new way to cook Tilapia instead of plain! Made for ZWT5 - Jammin Java Jivers.
This my first time using cornmeal to bread fish and it was great! Better than fried while still having the crispy exterior. I did add some Tabasco to my milk to give it an extra zip. Thank you for posting.I made this for ZWT5. Rita