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I made this for my family this summer down in Hatteras NC. Very easy and since we like to take things up a notch>>>>That was possible with this recipe. I think I will use less cracker crumbs then next time. There are far too many beautiful & delicate flavors dancing in this dish to cover it all up with "Ritz". Over all, a definite keeper!!!!

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berniesgirl October 02, 2007

This recipe was very simple and very good. I will definantly make it again, but maybe cut the cayenne a little bit. Overall it was great!

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jmerph September 03, 2007

Very good even with the reduced fat Ritz, but for some this is quite a few competing flavors. There was quite a bit of cracker mixture leftover even with 5 (albeit small) fillets.

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FLKeysJen May 28, 2007

I love Tilapia. I tried it for the first time last week. Merely sauted it in a stick proof skillet with about 1/2 tsp of butter and scarfed it down. I think if I were to oven bake it, I would put it on my Pampered Chef cooling rack so it would crisp on both sides at one time. The cooling rack has multiple square grids in it, so it would not let the fish fall through.

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ThinOne October 19, 2005
Ritz Parmesan Tilapia