This recipe may have potential. I used the suggestion of posters to coat with 2 tablespoons mayo and 1 teaspoon lemon juice instead of egg. I added 1 teaspoon refined white sugar to the coating. Always do that when using lemon juice to keep the sourness down. That turned out to be the main flavor that I got out of eating this, and was the best part. The topping browned nicely and was starting to burn, but the fish was still raw. By the time the fish was cooked, the topping was burnt and added crunch to the meal, but very little flavor. Suggest baking the fillets for 5 minutes before sprinkling the topping over them. Another "cure" for this might be to coat the fish, bake it at 350 degrees until done as tested with a fork, and then add the coating and broil until the topping starts to brown, which is does very quickly.
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This recipe may have potential. I used the suggestion of posters to coat with 2 tablespoons...