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.
When you're looking for a fast, flavorful meal, look no further than fish! Parmesan cheese and special seasonings add a bit of an Italian flair to these fillets. Not only is this recipe low in fat, it's delicious as well. So it's sure to please everyone in the family.
I created this easy entree to convince my husband that seafood doesn't have to taste "fishy." He likes the flaky, phyllo wrapping as well as the bright green and red vegetables hidden inside of it. —Carrie Vazzano of Rolling Meadows, Illinois
"We live on Kodiak Island off the coast of Alaska, and salmon is one of our favorite foods," writes Becky Applebee of Chiniak, Alaska. "This elegant dish was the star attraction at the open house we hosted at my husband's business."
"A good friend gave me this quick-and-easy recipe that uses canned salmon, wild rice and frozen broccoli," writes Brigitte Schaller of Flemington, Missouri. "I often serve this casserole with a wilted spinach salad for a complete meal."
"This is one of my favorite ways to serve fish," says Kathleen Plake of Fort Wayne, Indiana. "I'm originally from Louisiana, where much of the food is spicy. So I like the spark that the chili powder and green chilies give this good-for-you baked fillets."