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Breaded flounder recipe
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Rating: 8.18 with 49 votes
Prep Time:: Less than 15 minutes
Cook Time: Less than 15 minutes
Cooking Method: Baked
Meal Type: Entree
Main Fish: Flounder
  • 1/2 pound fresh flounder
  • 3 tablespoons Italian bread crumbs
  • 2 Tablespoons Hellman's mayonnaise
  • 1 tablespoon freshly minced parsley
  • Pinch of salt and pepper
  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees
Take your flounder and place on a buttered baking dish or cookie sheet. Then spoon some mayonnaise of top and spread out in a thin layer. Then sprinkle with the bread crumbs, parsley and salt and pepper. Turn flounder over and repeat on the other side. Place in oven and bake for 6 minutes.
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Marg | Posted: January 19, 2009

The breadcrumbs on bottom stuck to the pan and the breadcrumbs on top never really cooked. I thought I followed directions, but maybe I used the wrong ratio of breadcrumbs to mayonaise?

Dana | Posted: January 17, 2009

It came out good, but 6 minutes is denitely not enough time to cook. I had mine in for about 20 minutes. so beware of that.

nancy | Posted: March 5, 2008

Turned out FANTASTIC!

nicole | Posted: June 4, 2006

thumbs up delicous

Eliezer | Posted: May 31, 2006

This was fast, easy and pretty tasty, not WOW, but repeatable and enjoyable.

Sophia | Posted: April 4, 2006

This recipe was surprisingly very good. I will definetly be using it again.

martin | Posted: March 31, 2006

Sounds disgusting

Diane | Posted: March 29, 2006

Simply delicious. I am used to using egg and then bread crumbs, but the mayo made it truly different.

Leigh | Posted: December 21, 2005

I tried this recipe and my 16 year old stepson raved positively, as evidenced by the amount of fish he ate. Thanks so much for proving that eating healthy ould be sooo good!

ed | Posted: February 9, 2005

A very tasty meal but beware of the cooking time recommended in the recipe narrative. Six minutes is nowhere near long enough. 15 to 20 minutes are needed.

Dianne | Posted: July 18, 2004

A friend gave me several good sized pieces of fluke that he'd caught...I didn't know fluke was flounder and was at a loss as to how to cook it...I tried this recipe and it was EXCELLENT. The fish was flaky and very tasty. We enjoyed it immensely and will definately use the recipe again!

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