This review was based on the fish only, as I didn't make the potatoes as directed. I also omitted the browned butter, as I felt it wasn't really necessary. That being said, this fish recipe was excellent. I made this for hub's birthday after he came home with 30 lbs of halibut from an Alaskan fishing trip. I ended up cooking the fish in the pan completely rather than finishing in the oven - this is partly b/c I don't have an oven-safe skillet, but also b/c I didn't feel it necessary. I served with another garlic mash recipe from this site, steamed asparagus, and the beet salad from this site. We both LOVED it. NOTE: The recipe as written will leave you with a lot of extra bread crumb/nut topping. I kept the leftovers in ziplock bag and made this again a week later with following variations: preheat oven to 450 degrees F. Line a cookie sheet with foil and spray with nonstick cooking spray (easy cleanup). After rinsing filets, pat dry and sprinkle w/ salt. Lightly dredge in flour, then dip filets in milk, then pat into nut mixture. Place nut side up on cookie sheet and place a pat of butter on top of each filet. Bake for 8-15 mins, depending on thickness (ours took about 15 mins, as they are close to an inch thick). This version turned out excellent too, but was a little easier. I still had left over topping and used again for chicken (in the oven) - yum!!! Overall - fantastic recipe that will become a staple in our house!
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This review was based on the fish only, as I didn't make the potatoes as directed. I also...