Tilapia is a popular fish in America, if you can't find it locally you can substitute it with most available white fish like whiting, barramundi and flounder.
This is about the simplest way you can cook tilapia (or any other white fish fillet) but the flavours are bright and amazing.
This recipe was given to me by a friend. However, I made some changes and this is what I came up with for a very tasty and easy to make recipe.
This is a very healthy and delicious Moroccan technique for steaming fish. This dish may be served hot or cold according to taste.
Tilapia is a relatively bland fish that takes marination very well. I like to present it by placing the tilapia on top of lemon basmati rice with the mango salsa spread over top of the fish.
A delicious combination of sun-dried tomatoes and fresh fish, great for a quick weeknight dinner. My husband is a recipe purist and always follows them to the letter, but after this he's learned to trust my inventions!
Delicious fish fillets brushed with a spicy chipotle sauce, crumbed and served with avocado sauce. You can make it with any of firm whitefish-like cod or halibut-if tilapia isn't available.
This tastes just like fried fish but without all the fat. Tilapia (or other white fish) fillets are crumbed with polenta and baked until crisp.
This is a great recipe for any mild-flavoured fish that needs a boost to be truly special! Easy for anyone of any cooking level to prepare.
This is an incredibly simple recipe but one of my kids' favourites. Add Parmesan cheese to breadcrumb mix for something a little different.
Simple, but delicious from the infusion of sesame oil. If you have the time, cover and marinate in fridge overnight. Serve with a green salad.