You know, some people avoid making seafood dishes just because they're worried that they'll overcook 'em or undercook 'em. Well, we've got a secret that'll help make your fresh catch, just melt in your mouth. And you won't believe how easy and affordable it is. We start with some budget-friendly imitation crabmeat, or if we want, we can go all fancy and use the real thing. To that we added some bread crumbs, chopped celery, Worcestershire sauce, black pepper ... and get this... a few tablespoons of mayonnaise. Yeah, mayo. That's the trick that'll keep this recipe really moist and help it puff up while baking. We lay out 4 white fish fillets... and those can be flounder, basa, catfish... really whatever your favorite is or better yet... whatever's on sale... And we spoon that crabmeat stuffing evenly over each fillet. We roll 'em up jelly roll style and place them in a baking dish. And after testing and tasting this several times, we found that if we drizzle 'em with some butter before baking, the fish not only tastes amazing, it prevents the tops from drying out. After these bake to perfection, we can serve 'em up with some colorful veggies and a few slices of lemon, and we have a picture perfect dinner. Look, the recipe for, "Seafood-Stuffed Fish Fillets" is online now just waiting to earn you all sorts of rave reviews. Imagine a restaurant-quality dish for a fraction of what you'd pay when eating out, and there's no tipping required. Of course, there will be many, many compliments... like... like ..."OOH IT'S SO GOOD!!"