Creole Tilapia

When it's too cold to grill, this makes a fantastic fish dish!

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directions

  • Heat oven to 500°F.
  • Place fillets in single layer in baking dish, 12-1/2 x 9 x 2 inches.
  • Stir together remaining ingredients except pepper rings.
  • Spoon over fillets.
  • Bake 5 to 8 minutes or until fish flakes easily with fork.
  • Remove fillets to warm platter.
  • Garnish with green pepper rings.
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"When it's too cold to grill, this makes a fantastic fish dish!"
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  1. soupandsalad
    Absolutely refreshing!! I, too, added some flat leaf parsley I had semi-drying and substituted the bell pepper for zucchini. Crushed a couple garlic cloves cause why not. Made a romaine salad ball with lemon and carrot zest on the side, topped with creamy olive oil dressing. Excellent dish for these muggy Wisconsin days.
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  2. soupandsalad
    Absolutely refreshing!! I, too, added some flat leaf parsley I had semi-drying and substituted the bell pepper for zucchini. Crushed a couple garlic cloves cause why not. Made a romaine salad ball with lemon and carrot zest on the side, topped with creamy olive oil dressing. Excellent dish for these muggy Wisconsin days.
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  3. andypandy
    easy fast fresh tasting recipe. I did add some fresh Italian parsley also to the mixture instead of the basil.
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  4. lovethatwine
    Great recipe! We have fish several times a week and always looking for something different, and I think this was it. I actually chopped up a little jalapeno to kick it up a notch, but overall it was easy, looked great and tasted even better.
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  5. Amy Jo in Chicago
    When it's too cold to grill, this makes a fantastic fish dish!
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