Made this with Rachael Ray's Avocados With Creamy Maque Choux#112774 and what is there to say but YUMMO!!! I did add some sugar to the tomatillo sauce (we like ours a little sweeter) and followed the directions completely except cut this recipe in half but left the other as written ( Rachael Ray's Avocados With Creamy Maque Choux#1127749). A must try. Thank you for a wonderful dish.
This was very easy to make and very tasty. I served this a side of corn and it made the dinner a snap to prepare. I am not a huge fish fan, but the tilapia is mild enough that I tasted the sauce more than the fish - and the sauce was tasty! I will definitely make this again!
I tried this recipe out a few weeks ago, I had gotten it out of her new book which is a collection of recipes from her previous books. I was a little hesitant to try it but wow it was sooo good. The spice of the jalapeno and tanginess of the tomatillos really complement the fish. I am going to make it again for dinner tonight along side some white rice and red beans.
We're pretty big fans of tilapia and tomatillos separately, so I thought, "how could I go wrong with this recipe?". I really liked the panfried tilapia (I usually bake our fish). I wasn't sure about the sauce at first, because I tasted it before it was completely done, and the beer stood out quite a bit to me. Fortunately, the beeriness mellowed out to a background taste with a bit more simmering. Since we're all avocado lovers as well (and I needed a quick-ish side dish), I also made the Avocados with Creamy Maque Choux. Very nice combo that made for a lovely dinner (DH is used to me cooking this sort of stuff, since I participate in every PAC I can, but I think his brother that's now living with us is getting spoiled with all the yummy recipes I've been trying!). Thanks so much for posting! Made for PAC Spring 08
I came here to post this recipe because it is sooooooooooooo delicious. I highly recommend this dish. I like to use a nonstick skillet to cook the fish so it is less likely to stick &/or fall apart. I, too, make it with the avocados with creamy maque choux. Delish!
I have made this several times since first seeing it on 30-Minute Meals. It is delicious. I have made the Maque Choux each time as well. It makes a perfect side dish.
I had this a couple of weeks ago. We really enjoyed it, I'm always trying different ways to get DH to eat fish. It's been put on the list ...to make again!!! Which means SUCCESS!!! I didn't make it with the Maque Choix though..I made it with one of Rachel's slaw recipes. One change...I used lemon instead of lime (it's what I had on hand). Katie