Wow is this yummy! I love tilapia and the prosciutto just adds that little something special...Thanks so much for posting this!
Very good and easy to make. I followed the recipe exactly as written. This was a nice change from our regular fish recipe.
This is super quick as promised and delicious, the fish comes out incredibly tender. My prosciutto was perhaps a touch too thick and overwhelmed the fish a bit but my husband clearly enjoyed this dish anyway. It looks great on the plate and is certainly company worthy.
This is SO perfect and SO simple, it's going into my ~Encore~ cookbook, one I reserve for the best of the best. I experimented with my collection of finishing salts. YES MA'AM! The smoked salish, lime flake and herb grey (all from Saltistry.com) were outstanding sprinkled over the fish. Few ingredients, super-fast production, excellent flavor. Can't ask for more. Thank you for posting, Maito!
I used another white fish, I don't remember the name. I cooked it in the oven with the prosciutto. I didn't use pepper. It's great and tasty. Thanks Maito :)
We used flounder for this recipe and broiled it rather than pan saute' it. The flavor of the prosciutto permeates throughout the fish and is simply wonderful. We both agreed to a splash of lemon juice for enhanced flavor once served and Buddha, who normally does not care for ham, raved over this dish. It's also great that there is no added salt. Just 3 simple ingredients, for one fantastic fish dish. Thanks so much for posting. :)