My family loved this recipe. We eat tilapia like others eat chicken and I needed an easy and quick recipe to whip up for a busy weeknight. No need to change a thing. The fish was crispy and flavorful with just the salt and pepper seasoning, and the balsamic butter blend was velvety and rich tasting and had such a wonderful aroma. It was a perfect sauce over the fish. I served it with cooked red-skinned potatoes and a sauteed vegetable blend. I made sure the potatoes or the vegetables were lightly seasoned so as not to overpower the wonderful entree. I plan to add this recipe to my regular monthly menu. Thank you for sharing Tia!
This was excellent! Tia took out the extra effort it usually takes for a Rachael Ray recipe. Love many of Rachael's recipes but her ingredient list normally includes everything she uses to make the main course along with a side or two so it was nice to find this recipe drilled down to only the tilapia dish ingredients. Only change I made was, in addition to salting and peppering the tilapia lightly, I also added a little more salt and pepper to the flour along with a little garlic powder. Just the way it's always been done in my family and it worked well with this. Thanks Tia!
I am NOT a Rachel fan but I really love this recipe so I have to give credit where credit is due! The browned butter and vinegar make a terrific sauce, so easy, and tastes absolutely amazing.
My husband and I LOVED this! This is the only way he wants me to cook fish now. As for the butter, just use light butter to cut down on some of the calories. I used Land O' Lakes Light Butter with Canola Oil. It has half the calories of regular butter, but still tastes DELICIOUS!