Top Rated Tilapia Recipes

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Leigh77
Tilapia fillets are rubbed with a curry and garlic pepper blend, quickly pan fried, then served with a spicy mango salsa. A simple green salad and rice as accompaniments make this a complete meal.
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A la Carte
I had a half of a cup of finely chopped green olives (that I'd did for tapenade and never finished...), and I wanted to use them up. This is what I made and it was pretty tasty!
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sufia
Yummy and healthy salad. "Don't let the list of ingredients fool you. This is super easy, and gets rave reviews whenever I serve it. The salsa can be made the day ahead to save time. Strawberries can be substituted for the mango if you prefer - both are excellent! Combine leftover salsa with some drained black beans the next day for lunch."
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Sandi (From CA)
FEEEEESH! Cooking time runs about 10 minutes per inch of fishy thickness including the tomato layer and breading, so consider that when you choose either snapper, tilapia or other mild fish. From Cuisine at Home.
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chefmeow
This is very tasty and very inexpensive to make. Enjoy
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Mission® Foods
When you're hungry for something different, this tangy fish taco is just the thing to reel in your appetite.
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Marian Monroe
Easy to make, and beautiful on the plate. This tilapia is cooked in the tomato sauce it is served with. The tomato sauce is made with diced tomatoes, garlic, corn, and black olives.
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Marcia Smart, Cooking Light JANUARY 2009
Roasted potatoes go well with the fish. Toss 6 cups quartered red potatoes with 1 tablespoon olive oil and 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt. Arrange potato mixture in an even layer on a baking sheet, and bake at 400° for 40 minutes or until tender, turning once. Toss potatoes with 1/4 cup chopped fresh flat-leaf parsley. Add steamed green beans to round out the plate.
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Marie
You will really enjoy this delicious dish which features tilapia covered in a roasted sauce of onions, artichoke hearts and grape tomatoes.
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Maureen Callahan, Cooking Light AUGUST 2009
These crisp tostadas have all the appeal of fish tacos, but the flat shape allows you to pile toppings high. Although we broil corn tortillas for the base, substitute flour tortillas, or use prepared shells, if you prefer.
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Cooking Light APRIL 2003
Jalapeño and coconut give the refreshing relish some heat and sweetness.
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