Parmesan-Herb Baked Flounder

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wrote on February 29, 2008

Came out delicious. I used the flounder and it was awesome. As a variation I also put a little cheese on the top of the fish so that it had a crunchy brown shell. This is a keeper.

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wrote on March 29, 2008

Simple and good. I used cod and reduced the mayonnaise.

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wrote on April 17, 2008

I used tilapia and fresh basil instead of dried, and this came out great.

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wrote on August 16, 2008

wondering if anyone has any suggestions instead of mayo. will probably try some butter or a sour cream mixture but interested to hear any other ideas.

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wrote on August 17, 2008

made this tonight and it turned out great. was out of mayo and sour cream so used light miracle whip – surprisingly it worked rather well. added a hint of sweetness to complement the (lemon) basil and oregano. also put cheese on top as a previous poster suggested. this will become a regular dish in our household, my wife who usually doesn’t like fish loved this one.

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wrote on March 31, 2009

Very good and easy to make. I use yogurt instead of mayonnaise. I think it tastes even better, and it’s healthier.

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