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This was by far the best recipe I have ever used for Tilapia. <br/>My family, who doesn't like fish much, ate everything. Serves<br/>nicely with brown rice and spinach.
Delicious! Fancy and fast! Thanks so much.
Excellent! This makes Tilapia edible and then some. I backed off a bit on the butter, parm and mayo and it was still very good. Our small fillets needed to bake for 16 to 17 minutes, then 3 minutes after adding the cheese mixture and under the broiler for a minute or two for a quick browning.
We love this recipe! My husband couldn't get enough of it! To use less calories, I used 2 tablespoons of butter instead of 4 and lowfat mayo instead of regular. I tried to use fat free grated parmesan but it didn't taste as good so I used parmesan/romano grated cheese instead. For fellow weight watchers, I calculated the points to be 7 points per serving.
Thanks for posting this! Made last nite exactly as in recipe.
Love this. Great flavor and easy ! Would be great for guest. I will try this with different types of fish. Thanks for sharing !
Delicious and simple! I used the broil method and it came out great in no time. My family loved it!
WOW this is awesome!! I used Old Bay for the seasoning and broiled mine. It came out very moist and the cheesy, buttery topping is To Die For!! Thanks for sharing the recipe MaMa and Crabbycakes!!
Delicious! I used the tilapia and the rest of the ingredients as listed but subbed oregano for the basil. Served with broiled tomatoes and grapes.
This is an EXTREMELY tasty, quick and easy dinner! My husband and 2-year-old daughter both love this dish...it is a new go-to dinner. I second the "Thank you, MaMa's Supper Club!" <br/>PS - Accidental discovery during my fourth or fifth time making this: I had some fresh chopped spinach left over from another recipe; I threw it into the cheese mixture and it turned out really nicely.