Baked Fish Fillets

This is easy and you don't need to sweat over the stove. Pop them in the oven and get a quick shower and ta-da... your dinner is ready in like what, less than 15mins.


There's really not much of a recipe and no, I didn't make these. Aaron did. So here is his rough guidelines:


Have ready 3 shallow plates. Crack one egg into one plate and beat it with a pinch of salt Have ready approximately 3/4 cup of plain flour in another shallow plate. Throw in some dried parsley and mix well. Pulse one or two squares of stale bread until you get fine breadcrumb, about say 3/4 cup as well.

Cut two to three large fish fillts in half and salt and pepper them, Make sure they are cleaned and pat dry. Coat them in flour mixture followed by egg mixture and finally the breadcrumb mixture. Repeat until you ran out of fish fillets, you get the idea.


Place them on an EVOO-ed baking tray and drizzle more EVOO over it. Bake the fillets in a preheated oven of 220°C-220°C for 20mins, flipping over after 10 or 15 minutes. They will look golden and crisp.

Serve with lemon wedge if you like and no, this one does not taste like it's deep fried like those beer battered fish and chips but this is certainly a lot healthier.

We hope you like our simple dinner. These are what we eat alongside a simple EVOO pasta or just hot chips.


Cheers!

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2 comments:

Anncoo said...

Mmm...Looks simple and yummy. Please pass my compliments to Aaron ~ Good Job :D

Quinn said...

Aaron say thanks Anncoo! It definitely atsted great to deserve a post here by itself in CookingQuinn

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