3 to 4 people according to appetites
Rose Mary's StoryI made this recipe for my husbands enjoyment, since I am allergic to this and many other sea foods.
I even made hush puppies and Cole Slaw to go with it, and served Stouffer's Mac & Cheese with it. He loved this rare treat, which made me happy.
This recipe is crispy like fried, but is baked in the oven instead. It is quite simple and easy to make, especially if you use the Japanese Bread Crumbs called Panko. The fish stays moist and flakey, and my husband says it taste great. Give it a try the next time you are in the mood for fish, and want to save a few extra calories by baking it.
ocean perch fillets,(or fish of your choice)
eggs, room temperature
1 1/2 c
panko bread crumbs
each garlic powder, paprika, & old bay seasoning
2In a small bowl add eggs salt, pepper & lemon juice, then beat till blended together. The fillets were rather small, no wonder they were on sale.
3In a large zip lock bag or bowl, add the panko bread crumbs, paprika, old bay seasoning, dill & garlic powder, shake or stir to blend together.
4Add a wire baking rack to a large shallow pan then spray with non stick cooking spray, and set aside till needed.
5Dip fish into egg batter then coat both sides of fish with panko bread crumbs mixture. Place on prepared wire rack, leaving a little space between each piece for even heat distribution. Spray lightly with non stick cooking spray.
6Bake in preheated 400 degree F. oven for 10 to 12 minutes or until fish flakes easily with fork. Serve with lemon wedge & tartar or Hot Sauce as desired. Didn't get a chance to take a picture of the plate that was served, it disappeared so fast. This picture is from my recipe called Crispy Oven Fried Fish.
About this Recipe
Rose Mary Mogan cookinginillinois - Oct 14, 2013
Gretchen H gcolie - Oct 14, 2013
Dee Tourville Dee_Tourville - Oct 27, 2013
Can't wait to try! Pinched!
Rose Mary Mogan cookinginillinois - Oct 27, 2013
Dee, My husband loves this. So I make it for him. Plus it is so simple and easy. I like to keep the seasoning in zip lock bags with labels on them for easy assembly. I keep extra for chicken or pork also. Because of my allergies I can't eat it, but he loves it.
Gretchen H gcolie - Nov 1, 2013
Rose Mary, I made this for dinner tonight and my family loved it! The fish was very crispy with the panko breading, and so much healthier than fried! I also made your rainbow coleslaw to go with it.