8.10.2006

Culinary tips welcomed

We seem to be on a fish kick lately (thanks to Sam's Club where, for a reasonable investment, you can purchase one bag of fish that'll last you approximately 72.56 years).

So, anyone know of any good recipes for tilapia? A and I have been making it the same way (on the grill with butter and lime pepper seasoning) for some time now and, while we still fancy our original dish, we're ready for something different.

I'm certainly not one to know what might taste good, so please, help a gal out!

Photo available at http://www.charlestonseafood.com/images/Amazon/Tilapia-500.jpg

5 comments:

joannsdaily.com said...

Yummy! But I not up to it to give advise :P Anyway, I enjoy going through your blog. Thanks for sharing :D

H said...

Good choice with the tilopia...a fish with all the benefits but no fishy taste. I have only cooked it once and you definitly need seasoning otherwise it's a little plain. I baked it with butter,red & green bell peppers and black pepper in aluminum foil. I believe it was 350 degrees for about 12-15 minutes. Then I cooked white rice & served it with that. FYI: yellow rice may be better (more flavor). You could try boxed yellow rice that already has the peppers in it!) Hope this is helpful : ) Happy cooking!
H

wrestling kitties said...

T & I like ours with a little spice, maybe some lime and then emerils essence or something like that! If you like things a little spicy :-)

Tiny said...

Thanks for the tips!!!!

Welcome H:)

malissa said...

i used to get fresh tilapia all the time when i lived in FL and all i did was coat each side with blackening seasoning (found in the spice aisle) and cook for a few minutes on each side in a bit of olive oil. broiling fish in the oven is also WAY easy - with any seasoning.