Made this last night and it was a hit. The wife and daughter loved it, as did I. Just make sure you season your fish properly and don't allow the breading to overtake the fish. The fish is still the star of the dish. You ought to be able to eyeball how much breading is needed. If you can't, you might want to stick to frozen dinners.
I cut in half for 2 pieces of fish. Added zest from half a lemon and broiled for the last 2-3 mins. Yum.
We used frozen flounder from Costco and split the recipe in half. It turned out great! With half the recipe, we cooked it 6 min then on broil for 2min. It was perfect!
Wonderful Made it with sole b/c no flounder. Expensive but worth every bite!!
I made this for my husband and two daughters and they just loved it so did I and this is what us women quick and simple.
With half a stick of butter, it's hard to call this recipe "healthy" - but boy was it yummy! I had half a lemon in my fridge so I squeezed that in, and I threw in some dried parsley to give it color (I didn't notice any parsley taste). DELISH. Also, I had thin fillets so I only cooked it 10 minutes, and that was perfect. I would't have left it in that long except I figured it would take a minute or two for the glass baking dish to heat up.
This is a top shelve recipe!! There is absolutely no reason to rest this fish 5 minutes. There is no redistribution of juices on something this thin. All you get with resting is colder fish.
Great recipe, used panko bread crumbs.
This is a very yummy recipe... I'll be making it again next week...
This is a great recipe. Love it!
I'm sure it's delicious but how can you call it healthy when it has 1 1/2 tbsp of oil/butter per serving PLUS the fat in the parmesan. I will have to cut down on the fat.
This is my first time baking flounder and it was a BIG hit. Thanks for the wonderful recipe.
Delicious!! I added minced garlic and sqeezed lemon on top of each piece! I couldn't resist!
This recipe is absolutely awesome!!! No changes required was great even with frozen flounder. I was truly surprised how good it turned out. Thanks much.
My husband loved this recipe!
Easy, quick, light and hubby approved!
So just put some cheese on a baked flounder. I can do that.