Baked Flounder with Cornmeal Coating



Cornmeal and Fish go together like 
Peanut Butter and Miracle Whip!  
Yum!





This flounder has a crisp crust, not like it’s deep-fried, but crisp enough, without the mess of grease spattering ~ healthier!  It’s simple and makes for a good meal!




Baked Flounder with Cornmeal Coating



Ingredients:



6 flounder fillets

½ teaspoon salt

1 teaspoon seasoned pepper

½ teaspoon paprika

½ cup cornmeal

¼ cup Panko breadcrumbs

¼ cup milk

Non-stick cooking spray



Method:



Preheat oven to 400 degrees.

In a shallow dish, combine salt, pepper, paprika, cornmeal and Panko.

Dip each fillet in milk, dredge in cornmeal mixture.

Coat a baking sheet with cooking spray and place fish on it.

Bake for about 15 minutes or until fish flakes easily and is golden, turning once.

Serve




ENJOY!


Have a Fantastic Friday!





12 comments:

  1. Good Morning Pam.....
    Healthy and great tasting.....can't beat this combination!!

    Happy Friday....
    shug

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  2. Pam, That is some great looking flounder! Sign me up for dinner... Flounder is one of our favorite fish. Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  3. I've never combined cornmeal and panko, but I like the sound of it. Count me in.
    Sam

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  4. Nice! Your intro made me smile too- "Like Peanut Butter and Miracle Whip (laugh).

    Happy spring!

    Velva

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  5. This sounds good. I like fried fish a lot and will try this healthier alternative.

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  6. I've never tried baked fish with a crust, glad to know it works and I'm sure the panko helped with crispiness.

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  7. I love flounder, I love fish, and I love baking it! I am definitely going to try your method! Now about that peanut butter in mayo comment?

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  8. I'm trying to add more fish to our diet..this will be fun to try!

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  9. This sounds delicious and it is so much healthier too.
    I would enjoy it very much.
    Blessings dear. Catherine xo

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  10. LOL.. okay, I'm not really sure about peanut butter and miracle whip, but I do know that fish and cornmeal go excellent together. Love that you use a little panko in there too to give it an additional crunch!

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