Fish is the ultimate fast food, but that doesn’t mean it has to taste like fast food. Don’t have flounder? In this recipe, it’s fine to substitute another lean, white-fleshed variety, but don’t substitute oily-fleshed fish, such as salmon, char, tuna, and bluefish. Flounder, sole, striped bass, snapper, and farm-raised tilapia work best with the Caesar-inspired glaze.
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Oh my gosh! This tasted just as I imagined. So good. Really elegant presentation, too. Had along with a tomato, zucchini gratin, which was terrific, and a rice pilaf.
Outstanding recipe! I cut back the lemon to about a teaspoon, and it provided a refreshing lemon flavor without being overly tart. The Parmesan glaze really complemented the flounder, and I intend to try it with other mild flavored fish.
super easy and tasty! couldn't find flounder, so used cod. the family loved it too! next time i will try with plain yogurt instead of mayo to cut the fat.
Excellent! I used sole because I could not find flounder and it turned out very well. The creamy glaze and flaky fish compliment each other. I will be making this dish quite often.
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