11 Reviews

Stuck to the tilapia, but I so wanted to use this method on a fresh catch of trout given to me by my son. Me, all I ever catch are a bunch of hardheads. Great dish!

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gailanng July 26, 2010

I used Cajun seasoning instead It was very tasty. I'll definately make it again

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SitsNKnits May 04, 2010

This was delicious! I always love lemon juice on my tilapia, so this was no exception to the rule. And I think the almonds made a nice crunchy touch to the fish.

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Studentchef April 21, 2010

Another great recipe Lynette. Love the flavor! Cut the recipe in half. We like a little breading on our fish, so added the creole seasoning to about a 1/4 cup of bread crumbs! Otherwise followed your instructions. Made for Pot Luck Tag!

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Galley Wench April 12, 2010

This is an excellent fish recipe. Loved the combination of flavors. DD liked it so much that she wants to make it for her lunch one day (I keep individual fish fillets in the freezer). Will be making this again as it makes a nice meal without a lot of fuss. Thanks for posting this breezermom. Made for Newest Zaar Tag.

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LARavenscroft February 20, 2010

For such an easy recipe, this deserves 10 stars!! My husband I and both loved this fish. Great flavor from the seasoning and lemon and lovely crunch with the sliced almonds. I had a little butter/lemon mixture left over after dipping the fish, so I went ahead and poured some of it over the fish. Yum Yum Yum! Into the Best of 2015 file it goes!

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LifeIsGood September 17, 2015

This is a delicious recipe for fish! I halved the recipe using 3 tilapia fillets and just eyeballed the creole seasoning so probably a little more than called for. I thought the cook time was just perfect. So much flavor and so simple to make, great for a weeknight but nice enough for company. Really enjoyed this - thanks for sharing a keeper!

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loof November 06, 2013

Very good! Cut the recipe down to serve 4, with great results. Used the tilapia but used cajum seasoning instead. Very good. Thanks for shaaring!

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ellie_ January 24, 2013

A delicious and fast entree. My fillets were probably a little small so the time was adjusted accordingly. Some of the butter/lemon juice mixture had collected in the pan during cooking and this was spooned over the fish when the almonds were added. I will keep this handy to use again. Thanks for a great recipe.

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PaulaG February 22, 2012

This was an easy and delicious dish! I love the almonds crunch to the dish plus the lemon juice and no frying. Served with Sauteed Snow Peas#165655 and brown rice/quinoa pilaf. Definately a keeper. Made for Cooking from the Pantry Challenge game 2012.

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mama smurf February 20, 2012
Baked Tilapia Amandine