13 Reviews

I got a high 5 from my 14 year old daughter after she tasted it. Enough said! :)

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marknmich_12031168 September 26, 2013

This is an excellent base recipe! Spice variations would of course depend on the type of fish, the people eating it, etc. I added a little extra salt and paprika, and a very light sprinkle of smoked chipotle powder. After cooking the fish (dover sole, from frozen, from Trader Joes) I removed the fillets to a plate and cooked the sauce down a little. Then I whisked some lowfat organic plain yogurt and a healthy sprinkle of dill into the "sauce." While it was still thin, it coated the fish nicely. I served it with oven roasted baby gold potatoes, oven roasted balsamic asparagus, and soft breadsticks.
I really recommend the yogurt if you want something with more zing! Keeps it lowfat too :)

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Dazy April 18, 2012

A mild fish dish, quick and easy to prepare. This could be good if you were trying to stretch a small fish for a lot of people. I used flounder, and sauteed the vegetables. (I think "stir fry" might be a mis-typing, given the corn oil, and the tomatoes.) I also reduced the liquid to make a sauce, which did bring out the paprika a little, but it was still pretty bland.

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realbirdlady July 10, 2008

This was so simple to prepare, the tilapia was moist and tender and we enjoyed it. But next time, I will add a few more herbs/spices or maybe a little sliced fennel to the onion mixture for extra flavor. Thanks for posting!

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Vino p.o. prn January 31, 2008

Good flavor and combinations. Used frozen flounder fillets. Fish kept on falling apart. Next time I'll try fresh fish. It was also VERY soupy. It fixed by serving over rice.

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jadasky03 October 02, 2007

I fixed this for the 2nd time last night and it was delicious. This time out, though, I added a pinch of chipotle powder to the onion tomatoe mixture. I removed the fish to a dish after it was done, and proceeded to reduce the sauce. The intensity of the flavors was awesome. I then plated the fish and poured the thickened sauce over it. A few slices of lemon and this dish was fit for a queen. Thanks, Toni, for this great and healthy dish. I will be making and sharing it a lot.

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Tastings by CeCe June 26, 2007

I made this using tilapia fillets. Just wonderful. Will be on the menu often. Thanks for sharing.

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L DJ June 12, 2007

I love the flavors in this, the tomato and onion are so good here. I used a sole fillet so it took no time to steam, 2-3 mins. It provided a hearty but very healthy lunch. I used 1/2 tsp of smoked paprika in a 2 serving size and was happy with that however, like Bergy, I made the full amount of the tomato and onion mix. This is a lovely recipe.

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Annacia December 28, 2006
Pescado Sudado (Peruvian Steamed Fish Fillets)