6 Reviews

A fairly easy meal to put together. The flavors blend together well.

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Joanna Riehle October 11, 2009

My DH doesn't like fish. He asks that I make this. Enough said!

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LauraBlueEyes September 20, 2009

This is fantastic. I made it with reduced-fat mayo and parm cheese, and it tasted great. Thanks for the easy and delicious recipe!

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GoodWeekendCook January 18, 2009

Delicious!!! I added bread crumbs to the mayo/parm mix. Everyone loved it. Very easy

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jenwhite September 24, 2007

This is one of the best fish recipes I have ever tasted with two minor changes: First I added two cloves of crushed garlic and used lemon juice to replace lemon zest. I also prepared 4 tilapia fillets and baked at 350 degrees for 22 minutes as the original recipe did not give the bake temperature.

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Racingman September 17, 2007

This recipe was a delicious change from how we usually prepare fish. We used fresh caught sea trout instead of tilapia and it worked out wonderfully. The olives gave it just enough tanginess to really work (some capers might be good too). The directions didn't list an oven temp. so I went with the standard 350 and I think that was a little low for this recipe. I ended up putting it under a low broiler at the end to brown up the mayo/parm topping. (P.S. I used the "green can" parm-- was out of the real stuff-- and it was perfect.)The pan juices were outstanding...wish there would have been MORE for sopping with garlic bread. The fish stayed very moist. Thanks for the new addition to my recipe collection!

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Jaymee August 14, 2007
Baked Tilapia