Crumb-Coated Cod

Crumb-Coated Cod

"Fish fillets get fast flavor from Italian salad dressing mix and a breading made with seasoned stuffing mix. 'I serve this baked fish with a tossed salad or relishes,' remarks Julia Bruce of Tuscola, Illinois."
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30 m servings
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  1. In a shallow bowl, combine the oil, water and salad dressing mix. Place the stuffing mix in another bowl. Dip fillets in salad dressing mixture, then in stuffing. Place on a greased baking sheet. Bake at 425 degrees F for 15-20 minutes or until fish flakes easily with a fork.


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I made this and left out the italian dressing, I dipped the fish into a bit of melted margarine and then into the crushed stovetop. It was Really good! I don't particularly like fish but wanted ...

Gives the fish a great chrunch without having to fry it. It has become an instant family favorite that is super easy to do. We've tried it with cod and talapia and both were delicious.

The flavor was a little strong and I had a lot of italian mixture left over. I think I would cut that back as to not waste so much. It was good though. My husband liked it. Kids would not to...

Excellent! I used already prepared Good Seasons Italian dressing and Stove top stuffing ground in a food processor. Easy, too!

We really loved this! I think the only change I will attempt next time will be to turn it half way through so that both sides are a bit more crunchy.

This was well received with my family. I coated the cod with ranch dressing and coated it with crushed stuffing mix. I lightly sprayed them with Pam, before they went into the oven.

I totally changed it to my hippie style. I crushed up 3 tamari sesame rice cakes for the crumbs and I used Annies shitake mushroom dressing with added olive oil to dip the filets in. Used coconu...

pretty tasty....sub olive oil instead of vegetable....used stove top savory herb mix....would definitely half the dressing flavor next time...but i love the crunchiness on the outside and the fl...

The flavor was excellent. We all really liked it. I think it should have been turned over half way through cooking and will try that next time. I also had trouble getting the stuffing mix to adh...

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