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This was soooo EASY!! DH said it looked like pizza...LOL! I love tomatoes so I added extra, sliced very thin!! Those mixed with the flavor of the flounder, mozzarella and oregano...mmmmm...very tasty. I will definitely be making this again!
What a wonderful tasty and easy dinner to make when your in a hurry. I cut the recipe in half and like PSU Lioness I added some minced garlic but otherwise followed the instructions. Definately a keeper for us. Thank you for posting. Made for Zaar Cookbook Tag game.
I LOVE this dish! I did throw in some minced garlic for a little added flavor but I will be making this a lot more. Everyone in the house loved it.
Very good!! Quick and easy... I had to make one small change...didn't have any fresh tomatoes..so I used about half of a 15 oz can of petite diced tomatoes...drained well and spread over the fish. It worked very well. I will make this again!! Thanks!
So easy and even my two boys loved it. I used parmesan and chives instead of the oregano and mozarella. I also cut out the garlic salt as the parmesan is a bit more salty. Our fish was thin so it took less than 10 minutes. It looked great with steamed broccoli and carrots. And I felt so healthy after eating it !
Great fish dinner! I used sole as that's what was available, and halved the recipe for my family of 3. I used the part-skim mozzarella, pre-shredded to save time. Served it with tri-color tortellini and steamed broccoli. This was ready to eat in 20 minutes...perfect for an after work dinner. Thanks Ellie, this one's a keeper!