This baked fish dish has a lightly fried texture without all the grease
Cooking and eating fish year-round is a staple of the coastal lifestyle. There are endless ways to produce tasty dishes, and this recipe is proof. These aren’t your ordinary baked fished fillets and they’re super easy to make.
Smothered with Parmesan bread crumbs, this entrée has a texture similar to a lightly fried batter, without dunking the fish in grease. The flavor is killer, and every bite of the flaky white meat will have you wanting more.
Served over a bed of rice pilaf, this dish offers the perfect combination of color and taste to impress just about any seafood fanatic. Pair it with a glass of white wine and dig in.
Parmesan-Crusted Baked Trout Fillets
6-10 fresh speckled trout fillets
16 ounces zesty Italian dressing
1 (6.3-ounce) box of rice pilaf mix
Parmesan bread crumbs
Preheat the oven to 350 F.
Place trout fillets on a baking pan or sheet.
Season the fillets with your favorite seafood spices and then smother them with zesty Italian dressing.
Generously cover the fillets with Parmesan bread crumbs.
Bake in the oven for 25 minutes, or until the fillets flake to the touch and are white.
While the fish fillets are baking, cook the rice pilaf mix according to the instructions on the box.
Remove the fish fillets from the oven.
Serve over a bed of rice pilaf and enjoy.