Baked fish fillets with this rich sauce is a delightful and cheesy way to enjoy fish with a surprisingly tasty crumb topping.
If you have any avid fishermen and fisherwomen in your home, or are one yourself, you already know that there is nothing better in the world, than pan fried fish, and revelling in the awesomeness that is the catch of the day. Sometimes however it is nice to switch to it up a bit, and instead of the salty goodness of pan fried fish, try this rich cheesy baked fish, with a crumb topping of your choice.
Parmasan Baked Fish Fillets and Fishy Crackers
This works well on everything from salmon to halibut to haddock. I can’t imagine it not working on any variety of fish actually. Why not give it a whirl on your catch of the day! For the crumb topping, use your favourite crackers. I have used regular cheddar Ritz crackers, all flavours of goldfish crackers, cheese nips and roasted red pepper Vista crackers. All of them were really good, and I’d have to say my favourite so far is the Goldfish crackers. Try your favourites! As for the rich sauce, it’s really very easy. See the recipe below.
- 4-6 fish fillets
- 1/2 cup mayonnaise
- 1/4 cup grated parmesan
- A handful of your favourite crackers ( try Ritz Cheddar, any variety of Goldfish, etc)
How to make Parmesan Baked Fish Fillets
Heat oven to 450 F.
Line a baking sheet with foil.
Place fish fillets ( bake from frozen ) on the prepared sheet.
Mix the mayonnaise and the parmesan.
Place the crackers in a sealable bag, and crush them by rolling with a rolling pin, or use a food processor to crush them.
Spread the parmesan mixture on the fillets.
Sprinkle the cracker crumbs over the parmesan mixture.
Bake for 20 minutes.
What is your favourite Catch of the Day recipe?
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