I wish I could invent recipes like my cousin Anne Marie. She created this crunchy flavorful fish fillet that takes less than 15 minutes to prep and broil. So I am adding this to a new category I call Quick and Easy. Anne Marie didn’t have any measurements and it really is so simple you don’t need any:
Use any white fish filet. Rinse, pat dry and put skin side down in your broiling pan. Sprinkle with lemon or lime juice and smear mayonnaise lightly over the top. Season with seasoned salt, black pepper, garlic, thyme, dill & crushed red peppers. Top with the panko bread crumbs, pressing them lightly into the fish and dusting with paprika Place in broiler for approximately 4 minutes on each side.
I used a Cajun seasoning in place of the seasoned salt on two basa fish fillets and omitted the paprika. I left the fillets in the broiler for only 4 minutes. It was crispy on the outside and flaky, moist, and tender on the inside. It didn’t need any additional salt.
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