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I did a bunch of switches here - so maybe not a true evaluation. Subbed 1 thinly sliced shallot for onions, 2 tsp. Herbes de Provence for mixed herbs, and topped each fillet with thin lemon slices. Maybe some dark green (parsley?) for final topping would add to presentation appeal. We enjoyed it -- a real change from Home-Autry breaded sauteed servings. Thanks C. Foodie, will do again.

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NurseJaney November 09, 2006

Good, but was missing something. Can't put my finger on it. Maybe a different mix of herbs? I used the "Simon and Garfunkle" mix-parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme. Maybe heating the wine with the garlic and herbs first would bring out more of the herb flavor. I'll try it again, though.

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Mikekey September 24, 2006

Scrumptious recipe for Tilapia! Will be a keeper, Thanks!

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Mar~Bear May 27, 2006
Baked Tilapia With White Wine and Herbs