Every summer we head to Canada with my husbands family for a week of fishing and relaxation.  We always come home with our limit of Walleye, every single year.  The fish is amazing but to be honest – I never made it that often at home.  I just never seemed to find the right recipe or the right way to cook the fish.

Yesterday I decided to break out my new All-Clad d3 Armor Fish Pan and see what I could do with the walleye for lunch.  It was just me and my hubby so I could add the seasonings that I wanted and get creative. That didn’t happen though – what I found was the simpleness of the butter and pepper were all I needed to make a delicious lunch and boy was it easy to cook in the fish pan!  It was MADE to cook fish.

Butter and Pepper Crispy Walleye

A riveted surface on the interior of this stainless-steel fish pan promotes effortless release and easy cleanup without compromising exceptional browning and searing capabilities.

Its oval shape is perfect for cooking whole fillets and delicate seafood, as well as steaks and omelettes.

The d3 ARMOR Fish Pan is designed with low, flared sides to contain splatters and a long handle for safe easy transfer from stovetop to oven to your plate!

Butter and Pepper Crispy Walleye

The d3 ARMOR Fish Pan is available at Williams-Sonoma as well as many other awesome pans that you need in your kitchen!

Butter and Pepper Crispy Walleye

How to Make Butter and Pepper Crispy Walleye


  • 4 Walleye Fillet’s
  • 4 Tablespoons Butter
  • 1 Cup Flour
  • 1 teaspoon Kosher Salt
  • 1 teaspoon Pepper
  • 1 teaspoon Parsley


Mix together the flour, salt, pepper and parsley.

Rinse your Walleye well before dredging the fillets in  the flour mixture.

Using the NEW! All-Clad d3 Armor Fish Panmelt the butter.

Place the walleye fillets in the pan and brown for about 5 minutes on each side.

Butter and Pepper Crispy Walleye

You Could Win!!

I’m so excited to be able to giveaway an All-Clad d3 Armor Fish Pan to one lucky winner!  To enter simply leave a comment below with your favorite fish recipe!

You must be 18 years of age and a US resident to enter!  Good luck!

Disclosure: I’m thrilled to have partnered with AllClad for this post.  All opinions are 100% my own.


  • heather s

    I love tilapia with lemon and black pepper

  • Alexandra Robertson

    Yummy! My favorite fish recipe is teryaki salmon. I love all fish, but salmon is my fave!

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