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Tilapia ideas

I want to make some tilapia for dinner but I want to do something different than my usual bake and serve... Ideas? I searched 'tilapia' on this website but did not find anything that enticed me

asked by stephanieRD over 1 year ago
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HalfPint

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added over 1 year ago

How about dusting it lightly with flour or Wondra, pan fry in a little oil/butter, and a few capers & lemon juice? Sort of like a tilapia piccata.

Will
added over 1 year ago

Also, any of the white fleshed fish can be substituted in for tilapia (in most cases)
Try: http://food52.com/blog...

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added over 1 year ago

Tilapia oreganata (sp?). It is still bake and serve but this way you have some panko mixed with a little oil, lemon juice, oregano, garlic, parsley. Add enough oil that when you squeeze the panko, it holds its shape (sort of) and add enough lemon juice to taste. It provides alot of texture but keeps the meal simple.