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"Instead of spraying the fish with oil, we spread real butter on each fillet. We also sprinkle lemon pepper on each piece before cooking, in addition to the fresh squeezed lemon juice. My kids love fish broiled this way! "- Monique1978
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Preheat broiler. Rinse fish; pat dry with a paper towel. Line a baking tray with foil and coat with olive oil spray. Place fish on tray; spray fish with olive oil spray. Sprinkle with salt and pepper to taste. Place under broiler about 3 to 4 inches from the heat. Broil 5 minutes for a 3/4-inch thick fillet, 6 minutes for a 1-inch fillet. Remove; sprinkle green onions on top of fish. Broil 1 minute. Squeeze juice from 2 lemon wedges onto fish. Serve remaining 2 wedges on plate with fish. Yield: 2 servings. Recipe Source: St. Louis Post-Dispatch - 11-02-1998 By Linda Gassenheimer Formatted for MasterCook by Susan Wolfe - email@example.com
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Monique1978 3 years agoInstead of spraying the fish with oil, we spread real butter on each fillet. We also sprinkle lemon pepper on each piece before cooking, in addition to the fresh squeezed lemon juice. My kids love fish broiled this way!
LadyJay 7 years agoQuick and easy. Good flavor. A great in a hurry dish.
promfh 7 years agoWe get fresh tilapia year-round here in Texas. It's one of our favorites.
LadyJay 7 years agoThis is so quick and simple and yet tastes so elegent. We just love it and will be making all firmer fish this way again.