Baked Fish With Garlic Crust By: Lexisone I made this last week and my beau and I both enjoyed it very much, and he's not a fish fan. I was only preparing 2 fillets of tilapia so used 1 tbsp each butter & olive oil, 3 garlic cloves, and fresh basil in place of the parsley and about 1/2 cup Panko. It was really good, the topping had great flavor.
How funny you made this as I was just looking at it the other day when I was thinking of what to make last weekend and I settled on the Pan Fried Shrimp (with your Creole Seasoning :D). This looks good to me and I need to try it. It looks so good!
Yes, I'm a diehard Panko fan! :-) This was my first experience mixing it with garlic infused oil/butter, very nice.
Frankieanne, I'm sure you'll like it and what's great is that you can change around the flavors to suit what you like or have available. I'm sure the original parsley would have been nice. You can even throw some of that Creole Seasoning in there ;-)
I made this tonight and I really loved it! I used basil, parsley and thyme from my garden. I used regular breadcrumbs but I think next time I would use Panko. The regular ones absorbed a lot of the oil and the topping wasn't as crunchy as I would have liked. Added my picture to the recipe. Thanks for putting this here, DT, and reminding me I had seen it. :)
FrankieAnne, I had to laugh at myself because I found myself wanting to eat the cucumbers off your plate. Now I have a craving and am just going to have to eat one of the ones my neighbor gave me to make pickles out of.
They are yellow in color and kinda roundish. They taste a bit milder than a regular cucumber and you can eat the skin. I like to walk out to the plant and pick one and eat it out in my garden. :) You can check out a picture in this link: http://www.burpee.com/vegetables/cucumbers/specialty-cucumbers/cucumber-lemon-prod000691.html