Recipe by Kraft Foods
"A delicious, satisfying recipe that the whole family will enjoy."
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6 (4 ounce)
fine-textured fish fillets (such as flounder, sole or cod)
KRAFT 100% Grated Parmesan Cheese
ground red pepper
My husband really liked this but the kids weren't too wild about the spicy part but next time I will make some peices without the pepper just for them. I liked the idea of crunchy fillets without frying. All in all an easy family pleaser
This recipe is mediocre. I really wasn't that impressed. There are much better fish recipes like the Fisherman's Quick Fish.
Close to 5 stars, very good recipe. One of the few where the cornflake crumbs don't just make the meal taste like soggy cereal! The texture of the fish is great (except for the bottom getting a little soggy - cooking on a rack would probably solve that problem). I did run out of eggs and had to use milk to hold the coating on, which didn't seem to cause any problems (except maybe the soggy bottom!). These weren't really very spicy, and we doubled the red pepper, but they had just enough flavor to be interesting. These made the house smell like fish sticks while cooking, which made everyone hungry!
I thought this was great! I used bread crumbs instead of the cornflakes, and added lemon seasoning and a pinch of Old Bay spice to the coating. This turned out excellent - very crispy and yet still healthy.
My husband loved this, I thought it was really good. Next time I will use a little more cayenne pepper. Thanks Kraft!
We really liked this. The true test though was my 2 boys..9 and 3. They loved it!!!
I'm not a big fish person, but I used flounder with this recipe and it was really good and super easy.
Something about the grill's heat brings out the best flavor in the simplest chicken recipe.
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