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In a small bowl, toss together the parmesan, oregano, thyme, and rosemary. In a second small bowl, melt the butter in the microwave (10 seconds). Brush butter on the upright side of the fish.

Sprinkle evenly with the parmesan and herb mixture. Method Mix the breadcrumbs with the grated lemon zest, grated Parmesan, chopped parsley, salt and pepper. Season the 4 skinless fish fillets. Pan fry.

Arrange the fish fillets in the dish, folding any thin parts under to avoid overcooking -some fish, like tilapia, might need to be folded in half if they’re really thinthe idea is to try to make them the same thickness to cook in the same time frame. In a small bowl, mix the bread crumbs, cheese, garlic, herbs, and pepper. Brush the top of the fish with the Dijon-cream mixture.

Separately in a bowl, combine the panko breadcrumbs, chives, parsley, Herbs de Provence, parmesan, salt, and pepper. Stir in the olive oil. Transfer to a plate. Start by preheating the oven and laying out your salmon filet on a lined baking sheet.

Season the fish with sea salt and black pepper. We’ll make the spread and topping separately, then layer them. For the spread, whisk together some Parmesan. On an elongated platter, combine the panko, Parmesan, thyme, rosemary and 1 teaspoon salt. Season the fish lightly with the remaining 1/8 teaspoon salt and dust with freshly ground black pepper. Parmesan Crumb – Shove a couple of garlic cloves through a garlic crusher, mix with store bought grated parmesan (the Mustard “glue” – Spread mustard on the fish, just like buttering toast!

The mustard is our glue for the crumb (avoid Press fish. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F (200 degrees C). Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil. Step 2 Whisk Parmesan cheese, paprika, parsley, salt, and pepper.

Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Place the bread crumbs in a shallow dish. On a cutting board place the herbs, garlic, lemon zest, and a little salt. Finely chop all together. This rich, flavorful Parmesan Herb Crusted Baked Salmon Fillet is an easy dinner recipe that’s ready in 20 minutes and it tastes like you spent hours in a gourmet kitchen. Total Time: 20 minutes.

Jump to Recipe Print Recipe. while a thicker piece of fish may require 15-18 minutes.

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Coat the inner part of the fish with this sauce and then cover it with bread crumbs; you can toss in a few sprigs of rosemary if you like.

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  • looks like a great fish dish and Im going to try it asap but first I have to ask you always use olive oil so my question is how do I know when to use reg. Olive oil or ex virgin olive oil and is one oil better on fish

  • Not a big sun-dried tomatoe fan but will replace with the sun dried capsicum. Love the rest.This will be the new recipe for my next catch. Cheers Jamie ☺

  • I might make this for my family�� I’d eat it but I hate rice and I’m not too big of a fan of fish�� (even though I love sushi but ¯\(ツ)/¯ )

  • Made this for the 1st time a month ago with some fresh lake erie walley! My family will use this recipe for the rest of our life!! Hands down best and easiest way to have a GREAT
    Tasting fish dinner! Love it and thanks

    Tight lines from Cleveland Ohio!

  • Hi Byron!  You don’t specify the creamy items in the “Creamy pilaf” recipe in your description.  I think you mentioned using mascarpone or heavy cream, then you said something about parmesan cheese.  Would love more specifics on that!:)   This looks so amazing!

  • How do you make the olive oil not reach its smoke point? ANSWER: You don’t. Should this recipe include a disclaimer, may cause cancer?

  • @Lubie225 It could just to be a garnish as most dishes where I work are finished with a drizzle of olive oil. It gives it flavor. Olive oil and balsamic vinegar is a great combination.

  • Made it with halibut, not subtle enough. Another white fish would have been better suited.
    I deglazed the tomatoes with white wine which added a nice layer to the dish. Cost jumps by a bit in the process 😉

  • @ridpathos, unfortunately replies to comments are disabled on this video, but has it ever occurred to you that people who aren’t from where you’re from may pronounce things differently…?

  • I’ve got a few walleye left in the freezer and I’m gonna have to try this. I generally prefer frying over baking when it comes to walleye. My go-to recipe is as simple as it gets, because simple goes a LONG way with this fish. It’s delicious no matter how you do it really. I combine flour with salt, black pepper and garlic powder. I cut the fillets up into smaller pieces, dip into flour mixture, then egg, and then I give them a generous coating of crushed saltine crackers. Sometimes I’ll use panko or italian breading but I really like how they stick to the fish and they crisp up really nice. Fry for 3’ish minutes per side on medium heat until golden brown. Then once done, drizzle with some melted butter and a splash of lemon juice(just a splash, you can easily over-do it)Can’t go wrong. So easy it can be done for a catch & cook at camp with minimal supplies.

    This recipe has me intrigued because I haven’t had baked walleye in a while AND I’ve never tried it with parmesan which is something I love dearly. It just never crossed my mind to try it this way. Now I know what I’m cooking for dinner tomorrow night. I really need to get off my ass though and catch some more for the freezer. I had about 15 fish filleted out and stocked in the freezer at the beginning of last month, and now I’m down to about 3 I think lol. I live near one of the premiere walleye fisheries in the country(Oneida Lake, NY) so I don’t have much of an excuse!

  • Just had it for dinner and it was delicious! We added the Parmesan in with the bread crumbs and then put more Parmesan on top. (We love Parmesan Cheese)

  • Ohhh fuck yea, Im def making this sunday!! With one of your desserts! Dare I say, chocolatte! Wish I had a boo to make this for! Oh well, a dinner date for 1! <3

  • ‘we want to color the fish, not BOIL it’??? does he mean not burn it? I don’t recall brill or any other fish being boiled in a hot pan with olive oil. 

  • you love cooking fish & your tattoo on your left hand means fish or Pisces in my mother language:-) thank you for sharing all these lovely ideas!

  • Have made this dish with Pollock too, and have tried it several times and always amazing. So simple and so tasty and good for you.

  • Can the rice be cooked with a vegetable or seafood stock instead? I know they tend to have a lot less sodium so will it still have flavor? Though I’d assume you can just add salt.

  • Salt.
    Olive Oil.

    Olive Oil in.

    SEASON the olive oil. Beautifully done.

    Take OUT the fish. Don’t even put it in the pan. Back into the fridge another day. Just let that rest…nice. Drink the olive oil.

    Done. Ramsay’d.

  • Made this for dinner just now. Kids loved it! Hubby had seconds. Wasn’t able to find the fish he used so settled for Swai Filet. Fish was light. Much of the taste came from the cherry tomatoes, basil and shallots. Healthy, light meal yet delicious! Will definitely make this again. Bread parsley crust was a bit bland and did not stay together like his did…will add more herbs and seasoning next time. Thanks chef Ramsay!!!

  • I want a series where Gordon Ramsey is placed in a college students dorm and has to make something with the food he can fine. Like Doritos, cup of noodles and mustard

  • This looks incredible. Can I use store bought seasoned breadcrumbs instead, and just toast them? Or maybe store bought plain with some fresh herbs?

  • Jamie, you have some nice fish recipes, but this is one of the better ones i have seen in a while. All kinds of flavor and texture in this recipe, and being Irish, cod is my favorite fish.

  • I have just cooked it! Tastes amazingly. Used Tilapia for this dish. Also took pine nuts instead of hazelnuts (not the fan of the latter), it was out of this world! The best thing is, it tastes fancy but it doesn’t require much practice to make it. Would be cool to see more such entrées. Thanks a lot! Will make this again for sure.

  • all these recipes look awesome but he literally never says the temperature or setting for the stove or oven and i’m a complete noob and can’t guess what it should be so why even bother. He only says “hot pan or hot oven”. Are the recipes somewhere with that info?

  • In 2005, Oliver introduced a campaign to improve school dinner in the UK, he went to get rid of the junk food that they served to kids and make kids eat fresh, healthy food, it was not an easy task, but eventually the campaign was a success and students eating habits showed great improvement

  • Oliver next campaign was to get the people of the USA to start eating healthy, and he started off with west Virginia, he wants to inform communities about how important it is to eat home made healthy food,

  • One of the most beautiful fish recipe I have ever seen Jamie, thank you so much, I do love bread crumbles and it looks very delicious here.
    what’s good about this one, is that it can be very healthy with a little changing in the ingredients like using whole wheat bread or anything that fit with my diet.
    I’ll try it very soon <3

  • Thank god I found this video about a year ago. I now cook this dish all the time with chicken (sous-vide low temp water bath and I don’t bother with pan sear) served over a plain cookie-cutter risotto, and I can honestly say it’s one of the best dishes I can cook at home. Blows me away every time.

  • This looks delicious, I can’t wait to try it! As an aside, you look so young here, I feel as though I’m watching Naked Chef. (I miss that show)

  • In 1999, he started working in the river coffee, in Fulham, London, that’s where the BBC noticed him, he went on to make a tv cooking show, it was a big succeeds, after that he wrote a cookbook which become a best -seller, in the same year, he received an invitation to prepare lunch for the prime minister at 10 downing street

    Oliver become famous for his simple, healthy but delicious creation, his recipe were fresh,and the style of his cooking program was relaxed, friendly and cool, he turned food preparation and cooking into a fun activity, instead of a boring chore