Broccoli Fish Bake

Broccoli Fish Bake

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"Layers of broccoli, fish and a creamy, cheesy sauce are topped with crunchy bread crumbs."

Ingredients 35 m {{adjustedServings}} servings

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  1. Arrange broccoli in 2-quart shallow baking dish. Top with fish. Mix soup and milk and pour over fish. Sprinkle with cheese.
  2. Mix bread crumbs, butter and paprika and sprinkle on top. Bake at 450 degrees F for 20 minutes or until fish is done.
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This recipe is really great! There is no cream of broccoli soup so I just replaced it with a cream of chicken soup then didnt precooked the broccoli. It still turned out great coz the broccoli was just half-cooked - exactly the way I want my veggies to be. Also added a teaspoon of pepper, some garlic and a bit of salt. I will definitely cook this recipe again!

M. Stoffel

Very quick, healthy comfort food. About as delicious as you can get from frozen broccoli and canned soup (and I mean that as a compliment). I love broccoli, so I used a 16oz bag. I thought about combining the broccoli and milk/soup mix, then spooning over the fish to bake as I was afraid it might not combine well layered, but that's not needed: the soup seeps down into the broccoli while keeping the fish nice and moist. I actually forgot to use shredded cheese (heresy!) but that turned out great too: after baking we scooped up our portions and sprinkled the cheddar ourselves, letting it melt on top. A yummy meal I had prepped in minutes on a busy night loaded with protein, cheese, and the most spectacular vegetable of all - a five star meal if I've ever seen one. Thanks for sharing!


Both my husband and myself loved this recipe. I substituted sour cream for the milk and used Old Bay seasoning on it instead of paprika. Will definately have again!