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.
Absolutely delicious! I grated the garlic in the mayonnaise topping and the flavors really came through. My toddler even ate this! And while my husband doesn't eat fish, he said it smelled incredible. This dish is a new favorite.
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.
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