3 users would make it again
out of 5
best flavorFebruary 04, 2009
I normally am not a big cook so I like for things to be quick and easy when I am in the kitchen. This recipe was just that with enough seasoning to enhance the flavor but I did kick it up a bit with a little cayenne pepper and it was just awesome.My son is not a big fish eater but I got him to try a bite and he ended up eating a whole fillet himself.
26 of 26 people found this review helpful.
out of 5
WOW Loved ItJuly 13, 2008
Very simple, great crust and wonder taste. I cannot wait to try this with a different combination of spices. This is a very versatile dish that can be changed to any anyones personal tastes. I recommend this dish to anyone who is a fish lover.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
out of 5
Oven Fried TilapiaSeptember 13, 2007
I cannot believe that no one has written a review on this recipe yet. Let me be the first. I live in Florida with plentiful fish, but I understand that tilapia is farm raised and being pretty much available anywhere (or so I've heard). I like easy ingredients, readily available and pretty much simple preparation. And this is it! If you question the creole seasoning, Zatarain's makes a very good one, available on most grocery shelves. It definately does not overwhelm by any means (safe for kids). When I don't have it I just use a any nice rub seasoning that is not too bold. After all it is only a half teaspoon. And for those that like their fish a litle bit more spicy, go for it! Shake up the spices per your taste, even cayenne etc., because the recipe for some can seem bland. Now that I've made it a few times, I do the same. My husband loves it so much, I can adapt it to any fish (it would probably be good on thin chicken breasts as well. It's a keeper!
80 of 80 people found this review helpful.