Southwest Fish Rub

Good for all kinds of fish- I'm using Tilapia as the example in the recipe, but I've also used it on Salmon, Trout, and Flounder. I've also entered for 1 lb of fish for 2 servings. Just adjust the serving size to accomodate your amount of fish.

Ready In:
25mins
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ingredients

directions

  • Rinse fish and pat dry.
  • Mix the seasonings.
  • Rub over fish.
  • Cook as you want-.
  • Broil, pan fry, grill.
  • If grilling- use a "flipper" basket to avoid sticking, fish breaking and falling into the grill.
  • 400 degrees oven or grill- 1 lb takes 10-15 minutes- cook until fish flakes easily with a fork. (when I broil, I use about 1 tbls butter in pan to avoid sticking).
  • Broil, pan fry, grill- only turn once.
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"Good for all kinds of fish- I'm using Tilapia as the example in the recipe, but I've also used it on Salmon, Trout, and Flounder. I've also entered for 1 lb of fish for 2 servings. Just adjust the serving size to accomodate your amount of fish."
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  1. didyb
    Good for all kinds of fish- I'm using Tilapia as the example in the recipe, but I've also used it on Salmon, Trout, and Flounder. I've also entered for 1 lb of fish for 2 servings. Just adjust the serving size to accomodate your amount of fish.
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