This recipe is SO GOOD! I'd never had or made Tilapia before but couldn't wait to try it; settled on this recipe. Unfortunately I didn't have time to marinate it, but it still turned out amazing. I too ended up adding some peanut satay to the sauce which I and the family found to be a great addition. Also cooked it on the stovetop rather than baked it in the oven. DELICIOUS! Received rave reviews from everyone else, as well. Thanks, SkinnyMinnie!
Just what I was looking for! Delicious and the sweet, salty, hot flavors melded together so well for the fish!
Went very well with a side of Curried Tuna Couscous (Curried Tuna, Carrot & Hommus Couscous).
We liked this a LOT. I also doubled the marinade and used half on my stir-fry veggies that I served with it. I added it when the veg were almost done, so as not to overcook any of the marinade ingredients. Served it with brown rice. Yum!
Really Light, really good!
This was tasty and easy to throw together. I make a second batch of the sauce and poured it over a bunch of veggies which I then stir-fried and served with the fish over rice. The pan I broiled in, however, came out incredibly burnt and it took hours of soaking, scrubbing, washing, and repeating for it to finally come clean. I may try grilling or pan frying the fish next time. Thanks for sharing this recipe! Its a great way to add variety to my fish dishes.
I had such high hopes for this one as I love Tilapia. I think I would have liked this better had I not marinated it. Seemed to me the fish was overpowered by the soy mixture. Next time, I'll just baste the fish while cooking to see if I like that better. I would also recommend using a thicker cut filet if you plan to marinade for the 20 mins. Sorry I couldn't give it a higher review. I'll try again, and let you know if it goes any better.
Everyone loved this recipe and I was happy to find a new way to cook tilapia. We try to incorporate fish into our diet at least twice a week and tilapia is a fillet that we can all agree on. I doubled the sauce also, tossed some julienned squash and diced red bell peppers into the reserve, stir fried them while the fish was cooking and placed them on top of the rice and fish. It was excellent! Thank you for this recipe, it is so easy and quick!
This was very good and just the right amount of spice. I used cayenne powder as I didn't have red pepper flakes. Our fillets were a little on the thin side I think, as after 10 min under the broiler they were slightly over done. I doubled the sauce, but had leftovers, so next time I will stick to the recipe amounts.