Honey-Mustard Tilapia

"This is a great way to cook tillapia. My friends always request this when they come for dinner and my 11 year old son adores it."
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  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees F.
  • Combine the first 3 ingredients in a small bowl.
  • Combine the remaining ingredients in another bowl.
  • Coat each of the fillets with the honey-mustard mixture lightly.
  • Sprinkle the breadcrumb mixture over the fillets coating them evenly and well.
  • Bake until the fillets flake easily with a fork (about 10-15 minutes).

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  1. Audrey S.
    Excellent. I used 4 frozen Tilapia filets that I bought from Walmart. I slathered both sides with G. Hughes Sugar Free Honey Mustard Sauce and then for the topping, mixed parmesan cheese, dried parsley, and a couple teaspoons of Mrs. Dash Table Blend and Mrs. Dash Onion Blend. Sprinkled it on both sides then baked it in the NuWave oven on top of some foil for 20 minutes on high. It was DELICIOUS. I served it with mashed butternut squash. My Beau loved it. Will definitely be making again
  2. colleen l.
    I made some substitutions with items I had on hand. Toasted coconut for the pecans and gluten free rice crackers for the bread crumbs. It was awesome! A new family favorite!
  3. litldarlin
    I made this tonight for just myself, I didn't have the pecans but it still turned out great. Thanks for posting.
  4. Gingin7
    This was a hit here!! So easy and delicious. I broiled it for a couple minutes to get it browned. Thanks for posting!
  5. andrea185
    So, so good!!! Easy to prepare with things I normally have on hand and so delicious! Even my finicky 4 year old ate a whole piece and asked for more! I broiled a bit at the end to crunch it up a bit but otherwise followed the recipe as written. Definitely a keeper!


I'm a single mom of an 11 year old boy. I work full-time and love to cook. My son (and his friends)love to eat my cooking. Mostly we eat seafood because we love it and it's quick to cook. I love fishing (of course) biking, hiking, gardening and reading. We have a cat, Hooligan; and yes, there is a good reason for that name.
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