Baked Fish and Rice

Baked Fish and Rice

"'I just recently tried this simple-to-fix meal-in-one, and it was an instant hit here at our house,' states Jo Groth of Plainfield, Iowa. 'Fish and rice are a tasty change of pace from traditional meat-and-potato fare.'"
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40 m servings
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  1. In a greased 11-in. x 7-in. x 2-in. baking dish, combine the broth, rice, Italian seasoning and garlic powder. Cover and bake at 375 degrees F for 10 minutes. Add the broccoli, Parmesan cheese and half of the onions. Top with fish fillets; sprinkle with paprika.
  2. Cover and bake 20-25 minutes longer or until the fish flakes easily with a fork. Uncover; sprinkle with cheddar cheese and remaining onions. Return to the oven for 3 minutes or until cheese is melted.

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While I loved that everything cooked in one dish, we all found the fish to be kind of boring. I'll probably try this dish again, but I'll add more herbs to the fish to give it a little more fla...

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This is a good start, nothing wrong with it, but fish needs more spice, and with the given cooking time, the rice wasnt cooked. needed about 18 minutes longer. and then still, it wasnt the rice ...

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While I loved that everything cooked in one dish, we all found the fish to be kind of boring. I'll probably try this dish again, but I'll add more herbs to the fish to give it a little more fla...

Excellent & Healthy All-In-One Meal!! We tried it once with fresh Grouper & then again with chicken. Next we'll try using chopped spinach. Preparation & clean up is quick & easy. Love it!

A friend and I tried this, just this past Saturday. Very good! Used Talipa not only did it taste great but it looked great. The only problem we had was the rice was a little undone, but I think ...

This is a good start, nothing wrong with it, but fish needs more spice, and with the given cooking time, the rice wasnt cooked. needed about 18 minutes longer. and then still, it wasnt the rice ...

I had frozen yellow tail snapper that I wanted to use up. Which had been dredged in flour, seasoned with salt and pepper. As the filets baked the coating added a wonderful texture and tasted g...

Used brown rice and whole fish. A little bland, but we passed the old bay seasoning around the table and everyone seemed pleased. This dish has enough potential to be a regular. I'm going to...

The men went deep sea fishing here in CA and brought back so much. I did not know where to begin. This recipe was a hit as I used what I had just different rice (Saffron). Even though came out...

this was great! I needed to use up some frozen whiting fish (which wasn't so good the last time I used it)and I didn't have any fried onions so I just added a lot of extra parm to the rice, and...

This recipe was super easy to fix and was a nice change of pace from our usual broiled fish. I did not have the onions on hand and it was still great!

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