This is great! I purchased 6 - yes, 6 - pounds of Tilapia filets without ever having tasted it. We got it yesterday, so today I made a couple for lunch using your recipe. Delicious! And you're right - quick and easy. I'm not a fan of anything that resembles tartar sauce, so I had mine "as is" with a sprinkling of salt and pepper. I'm planning on making this for my Kiddo for lunch tomorrow - she's gonna love it. Thanks!
Quick, easy, delicious. What's not to love about this dish?
Delish! I would cut he seasoning/cornmeal in half next time. I also substituted the olive oil with canola since olive oil can't handle high heat at all.
We like tilapia very much but we did not like this recipe. The breading was far too dry and the flavor didn't go with the fish at all. We ended up throwing it away and eating other leftovers instead.
A nice, old-fashioned tasting fish recipe. I was disappointed in how much leftover coating mix there was. It was wasteful. My suggestion is to cut the cornmeal and Old Bay seasoning mix by half. The Miracle Whip, sweet pickle relish and lemon side was good. It tasted somewhat like tartar sauce.
This is the best fresh fish I've ever eaten :D 2 thumbs up & 5-stars
5-stars 2 thumbs-up
The fish made a delicious and super quick dinner for DH and me. After getting into the recipe it was discovered that I didn't have cornmeal. I did have polenta which worked beautifully after being whirled around in the coffee grinder. The fish was cooked in a cast iron skillet and came out very crisp, flaky and nicely seasoned. This was served with DH's tarter sauce.
Absolutely fantastic! The fish was crispy, and we enjoyed the taste of the Old Bay seasoning. I cooked them three minutes each side and they came out perfectly. The tartar sauce was great as well. I can't wait to have these again -- they go into my "permanent" file. Thanks for posting this recipe!
I tried this for supper tonight. Crispy and very good flavor. I'll be keeping this one for sure. thanks for a great recipe!