Panko Breaded Flounder with Dijon Mustard

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I’ll try to take a better picture of this the next time I make it; as it was this was a pic I took months ago and it has since become a yummy staple in our house.  The best thing about this fish recipe is it’s EASY!!  If you’re like me, fish can be daunting.  It falls apart so easily..you can under or overcook it.  It’s something I try to leave to the professionals.  But This one can change your mind.

WW points:  5 points per Fillet
Time:  15 minutes

What you need:

Olive Oil
Frozen or fresh flounder fillets
dijon mustard
Progresso Italian bread crumbs (or ones like them.  However these are my favorite)
Grated Parmesan cheese

Preheat oven to 400*
Drizzle about 1 tbsp of olive oil onto a metal cookie sheet and spread around with a basting brush.  Lay fillets down on cookie sheet and spread about 1 tbsp dijon mustard per fillet with basting brush.  Sprinkle enough bread crumbs on top for a thin coat. (about 1-2 tbsp)  Sprinkle grated parmesan cheese over that.

Bake in the oven at 400* for 6-8 minutes then use a thin spatula to lift off the cookie sheets to serve.  This will keep it from flaking apart.

The end result is a yummy, easy dish that doesn’t need tartar sauce to cover up the fish flavor.  I love to eat this with a plain cup of steamed rice and some green beans.

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About Mindy

I am married to Gods intended for me. So far we have a 2 year old boy and life is everything you don't picture. We're just trying to figure it all out day by day!

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