Baked fish

paulahhpaulahh Posts: 16Registered Users
Hello, I was wondering if there's anything that I can use to coat ordinary whiting fillets before baking.

I'm trying to stay away from deep-frying, but would LOVE a good crispy coating on the fish without the oil and grease.

Maybe crushed cornflakes (not sure)

Thanks in advance!

[ July 13, 2003: Message edited by: Rock Blackkat Amadeus ]
"He who laughs last...thinks slowest."

"If you don't get in the kitchen and bake your Grandmama's celebrated cushaw pie, who will?"

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  • webjockeywebjockey Posts: 2,786Registered Users
    japanese breadcrumbs
    hello.world.
  • merynmeryn Posts: 1,807Registered Users Curl Novice
    I second the panko. It makes the best crunchy coating.

    On a side note, I ran out of coating for a fish-fry this weekend, so rolled the filets in crunched-up mustard pretzels. It was surprisingly good, but it would probably be even better baked in the oven.

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