Parmesan Garlic Crusted Flounder

A recipe is considered a hit at my house when at least one of my kids eats it and likes it. Tonight, I made a recipe that is not only a hit but probably an all-star!!!  My kids normally don’t like fish!  Yet, tonight, my almost 2-year-old, ate more fish than I did.  My 3-year-old at the same amount as I did (and usually he eats NO fish at all!!!) and my husband and I even liked it too!!!!  Can we say SUPER-STAR?!!!!  Yes, we can!  I served this with Parmesan Roasted Red Potatoes and green beans.  Wow, I need to be making this meal every week. IMG_5080

Parmesan Garlic Crusted Flounder

3/4 c. Panko
1/2 c. freshly grated parmesan
3 tsp. Italian seasoning blend
salt/pepper to taste
2-3 Tbsp. melted butter
4 flounder fillets


Preheat oven to 375 degrees.

Rinse fish fillets and pat dry.

In a shallow dish combine panko, parmesan, Italian seasoning and salt/pepper.

Dip fish in melted butter and then in panko mixture thoroughly coating with breading.  Lay on cooking sheet.

Place in oven and bake for 14-17 minutes until fish is cooked through.

Husband Rating: Didn’t get one but does it matter when it is such a successful meal for the rest of the family?  🙂

Food for Thought: This would be easy to make and freeze ahead of time.  Simply prepare the fish with their breading and then wrap in plastic wrap.  Then place in a freezer bag and freeze.  When ready to cook, put on a cookie sheet and bake.  You will probably need to adjust cooking time for a few minutes longer to cook through.


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