By rpgaymer on September 24, 2012
Photo by TeresaS
Photo by TeresaS
"This a fast and flavorful way to cook tilapia fillets, although other fish works well too."
Serving Size: 1 (183 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Very quick and easy. Great flavor. Made for Fall 2012 PAC game."
"Very good and easy! Made as directed except I used celery salt in place of the garlic salt (couldn't believe I was out of this staple). Thanks for sharing!"
"Can't believe how easy this was to make and the fish turned out perfectly. Loved the flavors -- not too hot, but definitely flavorful. Made for PRMR, September, 2013."
"This is great! Nice and spicy and very quick to make! I'll definitely be making this recipe again. Thanks so much for sharing! Made for Rookie tag game."
"This was really good! I added a little bit more cayenne (I like it spicy), but the spices were spot on. I will be making again. Thanks for posting!"
"We loved the spicy flavors...hubby who really only likes beef raved about how tasty this was...it is quick and easy just like Mikekey said...what a great addition to my keeper file...thanks for posting it...=)"
"I will tell you upfront... I am basing this review on my family's comments (I am allergic to seafood, but they love it, so I make it). I made this recipe 'almost' exactly as written... but with just a tiny alteration. They all like "breaded & deep fried" fish, so I did a compromise. I prepared all the spice ingredients per instructions, but also added a flour/baking powder mixture in with it to coat the fish.. It made for a nice crunchy, yet fluffy, coating and the fish was very moist. (I really wanted to eat some myself). I did add some vegetable oil to the butter in the frying pan to raise the level to about 1/4". (I guess you maybe could say that it was a "shallow fry", but not deep frying). No matter... it got a thumbs up from all who ate it. Thank you for a nice dinner for my family. Made for PRMR - Spring 2013"
"I loved this! Nicely spicy and it would "go" with just about anything. I served it with creamy polenta and roasted vegetables. Made for PAC Spring 2013."