Bravo!! Two thumbs up!! The thing that makes this recipe great is it is perfect as written, and if you don't have an item or two in stock, you can substitute and it is still delicious. I've substituted calamato olives for the capers (though I LOVE capers...but didn't have them) It came out great, valdalia onion instead of red? I prefer red, but still came out great! No sour cream? Can use yogurt...still wonderful. I'm curious to try a variation with artichoke hearts. THANK YOU for such a tasty dish, one I will be making again and again....
This was wonderful! I cut the recipe in half used tomato/basil feta and used a few more capers and onions...delicious! Thank you for sharing. Made for Diabetic Summer Trip in the Diabetic Forum 2013.
I made this for my boyfriend last night. He LOVED it. I would probably add a little more onion or garlic and you can sub Greek Yourget (which I do, my sweetie isn't a fan of sour cream). This looks and smells amazing! ENJOY!
I was so excited to make this dish, and it did not disappoint. It was AMAZING. I followed the recipe to a T (included the white wine), and it was delicious. TONS of flavor, great texture, and sooooo easy to make (the hardest part was the rice pilaf I made as a side dish). My husband loved it as well. I cannot wait to make it again.
Wow, this was great!
Loved it! The fish was seasoned with salt and pepper on one side which was fine for us. The feta was regular feta and I added in freshly minced basil to the mixture along with fresh Greek oregano. For the white wine, I used a touch of lemon juice.
Tasted great and was not fishy. Liked it a lot. I used regular sour cream instead of low-fat or light because that stuff is like glue and tastes like plastic- can't be good for you, but Yum to the Orange Roughy
This was very good and easy to make. I love the flavor of the feta topping. Very unique and flavorful. I made the recipe exactly as is, including the wine. I will definitely make again. Even hubby raved about it. I wouldn't change a thing.
This is a great recipe, but I have to suggest substituting either US farmed catfish or tilapia since orange roughy is on the brink of commercial extinction. Both catfish and tilapia offer the same mild flavor and light, white flesh as the orange roughy, but are very environmentally friendly when farmed in the US. Besides that, we both loved this recipe, and my bf asks me to make it a lot. The appearance and flavor are really stunning and it would surely impress any crowd. For some reason it takes a lot longer to cook in my oven, but I am starting to think that the problem is with the oven not the recipe. Thanks!
I've NEVER given 5 stars on 'zaar before, but this one deserves it! I followed the recipe exactly (in order to give it a fair shake) and would not change a thing. However, I did not have red onion (only yellow) and did not have plum tomato (January version of vine ripe tomato) and it was just fine to me. Glad this one was posted and that I found it. It's a keeper!!!