This was nice for a change of pace. It was really nice served over rice. I recommend using a low-sodium soy sauce. Thank you for a different way to prepare tilapia.
This was good but not great. A little too salty. I used lemon juice instead of lime juice (did not have any lime juice on hand). I would make this again but not season the fish before pan frying. Also I would probably use less oil and maybe a little more ginger. Husband enjoyed it but stated too salty.
Simple and good. I didn't season the fish at all with salt, but used ginger & pepper only. I also used a drizzle of honey in place of the brown sugar.
Excellent and very easy to put together. I really like the addition of the fresh tomatoes and cilantro. I even doubled the fresh chopped tomatoes. Wow, so good. Keeper recipe.
Yum! I made this exactly as directed and really enjoyed it a lot. Tilapia is such a mild fish, so I like to use sauces with a lot of flavor. The ingredient list is unusual, but it really works together well. Thanks for posting this!
We enjoyed the taste of this so much that I've made it twice in the last three weeks. Since timing of dinner was an issue, I actually made the sauce first and set it aside, then fried the fish once everyone had arrived since it cooks quickly. Thanks, jApZerlearns2cOOk41, for this tasty recipe.
Wow - this is a delicious way to cook fish!! I only used tomatoes for the garnish, otherwise made just as specified. The sauce is absolutely fantastic - rich and spicy - and is a perfect complement to the mild fish. Really enjoyed this - thanks for sharing the recipe! Made for the Best of 2008 event
Loved this! I omitted the salt, butter, and olive oil from the fish frying - just sprayed the pan with nonstick cooking spray and covered the fish with the pepper. I also used low-sodium soy sauce in the sauce to decrease the sodium a bit. I subbed some cayenne pepper for the red pepper flakes, as that is what I had on hand. The fish and sauce were so lovely - a blend of tangy, sweet and a little spicy. Thank you for a definite keeper!