I'm a real pasta fan and I like fish as well, so I decided to combine the two. When my granddaughters are over, I make this dish in tart tins, so each girl can have her own pie. That works for both pint-size and senior-size appetites.—Mrs. Ruth Lee, Troy, Ontario
"My husband isn't big on seafood, but he dives into this dish," notes Edna Lee of Greeley, Colorado. "Lemon enhances the mild-tasting sole, and the broccoli and cheese stuffing makes this fish special enough for company."
"I used to work with a cook who considered this sandwich one of his specialties," says Denise Hollebeke of Penhold, Alberta. "Once I tried it, I could see why. It's a great change from a traditional tuna sandwich."
This is an amazing dish. It’s so easy, yet so elegant. The veggies steam the fish from the bottom, and covering the fillets with a crunchy topping keeps them moist.
—Kelly Remington, Arcata, California
For an awesome crunch and golden color without deep frying, we coat fish with cornflake crumbs and bake it. Try it with homemade French fries for a fun spin on fish and chips. —Janice Mitchell, Aurora, Colorado .
I created this entree years ago when a friend gave me some fresh-caught mahi mahi. Shortly after, I entered the recipe in a contest and won! I think you'll agree it's a keeper. —Virginia Anthony, Jacksonville, Florida
I first made this baked salmon for a girlfriends' luncheon, and it received rave reviews! It was especially nice that I could pop it in the oven just before they arrived and still serve lunch within minutes.—Pat Neaves, Lees Summit, Missouri
We'd invited a couple of families over for dinner, and our daughter Joyce and her husband, Josh, said they were going to bring some fresh haddock. Josh wanted to find just the right recipe to prepare, and this is the one he chose. The topping--sliced plum tomatoes plus bread crumbs mixed with herbs and vegetables--adds nice flavor and color. It made a hit, and everyone really enjoyed the meal.