Total TimePrep/Total Time: 25 min.
WOW was this ever good. And so easy to make. I didn't have any horseradish in the house so I left it out and put in an eighth tsp. of garlic powder and onion powder. I did everything else just like the recipe. Everyone thought it was extra good. I will be making this often. I am not usually a great lover of fish but tonight the tilapia was the best ever.
So good! I made this with Mahi Mahi and used the same cook time. Like others I omitted the butter so felt less guilty using regular mayo. I put these over a bed of Arugala tossed lightly with balsamic and olive oil...as I was plating I looked over at the left over mayo sauce (and since I didn't put the fish directly into the bowl I dropped about a half teaspoon of honey into it and then frizzed this honey mustard sauce over salad and fish...It was a beautiful presentation and everyone loved it! Thank you Sooo much.
Made this once with tilapia and tonight with cod. I believe I liked it better with tilapia, which surprised me. Very thankful that I have this recipe that my husband likes and it is baked, not fried!
Fabulous recipe. I used cod which turned out to be a great choice. I omitted the butter in the crumb topping. The mayonnaise/butter mixture was rich enough to make this a one a great choice, VFE. I will be making this one again.
Excellent, simple and easy to make. I would add more horseradish next time for more kick...and I also used Panko crumbs which worked well. This recipe will work with almost any kind of fish filet.
Healthy, refreshing and SO easy to make. I m going to try it with Salmon next time.
I liked it, but my wife didn't think it was anything special, so splitting the difference in the rating. We used cod instead of tilapia, but I thought it was fine, and relatively easy/quick to make.
This is really good. So simple and yet so delicious Tilapia was fish of choice. One note - may want to increase horseradish just a little to provide some pop. I would suggest to follow the recipe first time around as written and second time tweak to your liking!
Wow. This is hands down the best recipe for Tilapia I have ever made. I added a little more than a teaspoon of horseradish (because I love horseradish) and omitted the butter. I felt like the fat from the mayo was sufficient. The breadcrumb mixture still browned and crisped perfectly. Absolutely delicious!
This is absolutely the best fish dish I have had in a long time!