Crispy Baked Tilapia
Simple healthier version of fish sticks. My husband is a fish stick kinda guy. I developed this simple recipe to accomidate him and our daughter. The fish stays moist and the crust is crunchy."Made a large amount of fish an they came out just as I expected with the crispy taste as well as look. I used the Italian bread crumbs and battered eggs. The only thing I didn't like was the fish actually had no season taste, so I added my own as I ate it. Otherwise I like and will be trying again using seasoning next time. " - tete03
Yield: 4 Ready in 45 minutes
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Crispy Baked Tilapia Preparation
Preheat oven to 350. Rinse and dry filets. Beat 2 eggs in shallow dish, such as pie plate. Place 1 package of Shake-N-Bake seasoning into another pie plate. Line a cookie sheet with foil [for easy clean up]. Spray foil with olive oil or non-stick cooking spray. Dip fish filets into egg, coating well. Place filets into seasoning, coat well, patting in crumbs. Put filet on foil lined pan and repeat with remaining filets. Lightly spray tops of filets with olive oil or non-stick cooking spray and place in oven. Bake 15-22 min depending on thickness of fish. Coating should be golden brown and crispy when done.
Can be made with almost any white fish. Ling Cod and Rock Cod work well. Halibut works well. Adjust cooking time to accomidate fish thicknesses. Filets can be cut into smaller pieces and the same technique used to make fish nuggets too.
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