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Anne Dolce
Nothing's better than a fish taco, and this recipe takes it to the next level. A savory blend of spices gets a little extra something from a touch of sweetness, and adds a nice crust to the fish, while a pinch of red pepper flakes awakens the taste buds. I keep the garnishes to a minimum so the flavor of the fish prevails, but all of the usuals will go great on these.Click here to see Tasty Tilapia Recipes for Any Night of the Week.
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From Better Homes and Gardens 75 years of all time favorites.I have made this many times and it is very good,very simple and not costly to make.Serve with salad and good crusty bread to mop up the sauce and ENJOY!!!!Chicken can be subbed for the shrimp.
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from USServes 22 lbs. Arctic Char4 tbsp. butter1 tbsp. Cajun spicesFillet the Char fresh or thawed about 25 mm thick 11/2". Don't be afraid to substitute trout, perch, shrimp, or any firmfleshed seafood or fish for the char. Melt butter in a ...
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georgi
If you like heat you will love these. Make sure you have the windows and doors open when you make these or cook on gas grill.
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beckas
I took a rub recipe on here and tweaked it for a while until it it came out how I liked. My goal was to make a rub that I could generously apply to chicken, salmon, or steak that had great flavor and that was not too salty or spicy. This is our standby now and our favorite way to use is is to pat it on both sides of a salmon filet and then cook the salmon on the grill.
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mommyluvs2cook
Spiced up Tilapia with a salsa kick!
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hannahsmommma
This was taken from one of my favorite cookbooks, Miserly Meals! It is the only way we eat fish now!! If you like spicy, you will love this.
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kazeryuujin
Culled and altered from a recipe for catfish, though i dislike the little bottom feeders, i prefer salmon. This is certainly a to-taste recipe, though beware of the red pepper!
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KeishaG
This is an easy weekend or weeknight recipe. It's simply and tasty. You can use a ready made pizza crust, or visit your local pizza shop and purchase a pizza crust.
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Latchy
This is a recipe by Jeanne Rankin and I love it.
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