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This was definitely easy and kid-friendly, but the fish gets overpowered. Also, although I expected to enjoy them, I was not a big fan of the corn chips on top. Still, if you are trying to get a kid to eat more fish, I think this would do the trick.

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e_philp August 10, 2009

We have a new favorite. This was super easy and delicious. I made it with tilapia, at $.75 per serving (for the fish--probably about $1 per serving for all ingredients)! My husband and grown son raved about it. I served it with Spanish rice and a salad I put together using a can of black beans, some tomato, yellow bell pepper, quinoa and scallions, and dressed it with olive oil and balsamic vinegar. They thought that was great, but didn't taste particuarly Mexican. They suggested a Chili-lime dressing next time.

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Easy Elegance February 18, 2007

How simple is this?? I had had a very busy day..picked up some gurnard fillets at the supermarket on my way home and put this together in minutes..the last avocado I had was way too soft and bruised so I didnt worry about using it this time. I used 3 fish fillets and left the other ingredients as written. I served this with rice and beans. We all loved it, thanks for sharing.

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Evie* July 19, 2005
Mexican Baked Fish