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I made this in around 15 minutes start to finish. It was very easy. I did leave out the mayo and adjust the seasoning blend a touch, but it was still delicious. I never even turned the fish. Just slathered on the mix and broiled for 6 or 7 minutes. It left a thin but very crispy crust on the fish. In that 6 minutes I made some veggies and dinner was done!

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M&A's June 18, 2008

Had Tilapia in the freezer and did quick internet search for a better recipie...LOVED this one! Substituted Vegenaise for Mayo, chopped onions for onion powder, and Lawry's Orig. Seasoned Salt for the Old Bay Seasoning! Served with Near East Wild Mushroom & Herb Couscous, & Frozen Peas. YUMMMMMMY!!!

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nvescovi February 11, 2008

Great flavor, the only thing I maybe would change is to use a touch less butter and Old Bay. Otherwise, excellent and will use this recipe often!

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Columbus Foodie July 06, 2007

We loved the taste. Not to mention it was easy and quick! Thanks for the recipe!

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Tackerman May 24, 2007
Italian Style Broiled Tilapia