I found this recipe on another cooking blog and I had both shrimp and Brie to use up so I thought I would splurge a little. It is so delicious, something I would definitely serve to company or as a special occasion meal for two.
This is my very own creation, I whipped this up one day quite by accident. I call this Joshua's favorite Tilapia, because my husband (like me) could eat this 7 nights a week if we could. This is the easiest way to cook Tilapia, and if you are watching those calories then you need not worry this is extremely low fat, oh and did I mention TO DIE FOR !!! This recipe is SIMPLE with FEW ingredients, but has the potential to add what ever you want. I like it AS IS !
Ready in 20 minutes and low fat, this fish dish is great for a Monday night when you'd rather be on the sofa than in the kitchen. The sauce for this dish can be made up to a day ahead. Simply cool and chill until ready to reheat.
The idea for this quick dinner is based on a popular English brunch dish. If you don't have smoked salmon on hand, use a 7-1/2 ounce tin of salmon that has been drained and had the skin and bones removed.
This recipe from BBC Good Food is a quickie version of paella. It is made with basmati rice which shortens the cooking time considerably. It is a great recipe for a weeknight meal and it reheats well. In fact, it tastes better the second time around!
This is a great weeknight recipe as it is ready in 15 minutes! I like it with tilapia but you may substitute Boston bluefish or red snapper. It goes great with couscous and a green vegetable side dish, such as asparagus.