Here is a quick and easy crispy fish. I think that if you like the texture of fried fish but don't like that it's fried (for example, with wonderful Southern catfish!) this would be a great option to try. I used tilapia but am pretty sure that other types of fish would work well, except maybe flounder (too light of a taste) and salmon! I served this with broiled zucchini...a family favorite. Just cut zucchini in half lengthwise, season with salt and black pepper, place in toaster oven (that's what we use but you can use an oven if no toaster oven is available) set to 450 or broil and cook until tender to fork. Sprinkle with parmesan cheese before serving. Baked "Fried" Fishin
2 T mustard*
1-2 teaspoons honey
cornmeal seasoned with Season All**
3 fish filets***
Preheat oven to 425 degrees F. Mix together mustard and honey. Season cornmeal and put in a large "flat" bowl. Spread mustard mixture over both sides of filet. Dip filet in cornmeal using your "wet" hand. Flip filet and place on a broiler pan or in a glad dish. Repeat with remaining filets. Bake in oven for 12 minutes or until fish flakes.
*Not toally sure on these amounts but it's a good guess!
**I probably used about 1 cup of cornmeal but had a lot left over. Just be sure there is enough to cover the bottom of the bowl.
***Obviously you can use more fish but change the amounts of mustard so that you have enough.