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Fish Fillets with Stuffing

Fish Fillets with Stuffing

"Donna Smith of Victor, New York offers a delicious microwave entree. 'The fish is moist and the stuffing adds crunch.'"
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25 m servings
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  1. In a large bowl, combine the first 11 ingredients and mix well. In a greased 13-in. x 9-in. x 2-in. microwave-safe dish, arrange the fillets with stuffing between them. Moisten paper towels with water; place over fish. Cook 15-16 minutes or until fish flakes easily with a fork, rotating dish occasionally. Sprinkle with paprika.

Footnotes

  • Editor's Note: This recipe was tested using a 700-watt microwave, so cooking times may vary slightly if your oven has a different wattage.

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I loved the flavor and crunch of the stuffing. I also baked the fish instead of microwaving it. I think I might bake the stuffing for a few minutes separately, then add it to the fish and broil ...

Most helpful critical review

I used 3 fresh catfish fillets and decided to bake rather than microwave based on other user reviews. I also added 1/2c diced zucchini to the stuffing. It came out rather bland (I'm used to more...

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I loved the flavor and crunch of the stuffing. I also baked the fish instead of microwaving it. I think I might bake the stuffing for a few minutes separately, then add it to the fish and broil ...

Everyone in my family really enjoyed this -- including my mother, who is fairly picky about the doneness of fish. I didn't have any carrots, so made it without, and added parmesan. Although the...

This was a great way to cook fish. I used tilapia, and I added some extra breadcrumbs plus a splash of white wine. I also baked this in the oven, in a covered glass dish at 400 for 20 minutes.

This was a great dish, although I agree, with one of the reviewers....we will cook it in the oven next time. We chose the recipe because we thought we had all the ingredients on hand. Turns ou...

I used 3 fresh catfish fillets and decided to bake rather than microwave based on other user reviews. I also added 1/2c diced zucchini to the stuffing. It came out rather bland (I'm used to more...

My family didn't like this recipe too much. My microwave cooked the fish unevenly so parts of it were dry and parts were still raw. The stuffing was very good and not too high in fat so I may ...

I'm not usually a microwave cooker, but this was pretty good. I sub. seasoned salt for salt & added a little parmesan. Yummy! Even my kids liked it.

It took me 12 minutes for prep. I didn't get a crunchy coating in the microwave. I made it with 3 tilapia fillets, put the stuffing under and on top of fish in a 9x9 glass dish (who's microwave ...

My husband liked the stuffing inside the fish. A great departure from standard baked fish.

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