Ready in 45 minutes
Fresh grilled Tilapia topped with artichoke hearts, sun-dried tomatoes, green onions and a light lemon sauce. Serve with fresh steamed veggies.
"Very tasty!! I tried to lessen the fat by using greek yogurt. Don't make that mistake - it curdled. I also used half the butter it calls for and I will probably use 2 tsp lemon pepper and half n half next time. Served with brown rice and a pepper and broccoli blend of veggies."- Kellybslp
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In a saute pan melt 1/4 pounds of butter. Add artichoke hearts, garlic, lemon pepper and sun-dried tomatoes. saute for 3-5 minutes, then add heavy cream. Reduce by Half.
While sauce is reducing, heat a skillet to medium to hot. Sprinke lemon juice on both sides of the Tilapia, then brown the Tilapia fillets in the skillet (approximately 2 minutes on each side).
Toss the sauce and serve over fish, sprinkle with diced green onion. Serve with couscous and steamed veggies on the side (brocollie works great!).
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stephaniematthews923 5 days 9 hours agoThis recipe is excellent and I used swordfish. My only tip is add a bit of lemon juice and don't cook for to long because if you do the butter and cream will separate. To fix that issue I added more cream.
elaineg1113 1 month ago
MauraSpeckt 8 months agoMy family adored this, even the kids who luckily aren't picky about artichoke hearts! This was very fresh and flavorful, the richness of the cream and butter brought the flavors together delightfully. This will be a repeater!
cathydouglasjohnson 11 month agoTaste great! Used half and half instead of heavy cream to reduce calories. Served with orzo and squash & zucchini. Only wished I could have made the presentation prettier.
carlosfeliciano 1 year agoGreat taste! Works with swordfish!
jordanhydesecor 1 year agoReally good but also very rich, might be better with half and half. Altogether very satisfying!
thedj 1 year agoGreat taste!
Kellybslp 2 years agoVery tasty!! I tried to lessen the fat by using greek yogurt. Don't make that mistake - it curdled. I also used half the butter it calls for and I will probably use 2 tsp lemon pepper and half n half next time. Served with brown rice and a pepper and broccoli blend of veggies.
thedj 2 years ago
Haskins54 2 years agoWe've made this twice now and it's delicious and quick.
Diana210 2 years agoThe best! So rich and yummy!
pbailey 3 years agoone of the best fish dishes i have ever made. of course with that much butter and cream (i used 1/2 and 1/2) it was bound to taste incredible. wife unit also loved the dish and isn't so excited about having that much fat in a dish, but on the other hand it really isn't that obvious.
GrubLord 3 years agoAbsolutely delicious! Made this with a side of broccoli and couscous, and the entire family loved it. Thanks for the great recipe!
amedwa 3 years agoThis is a great recipe. Broccoli was a good side! We thought the sauce might also go well with chicken.
Jenlevron70 3 years agoThis was so fabulous! The sauce with the fish (ohhhh my). You want to lick the plate clean. I made it with risotto and asparagus. This recipe also in big oven. Worked great together. I will definitely make this over and over. Thank you.
smc8371 3 years agoThis is one of the best things I've ever eaten... Period! And I'm a foodie.
BuffaloGirl 3 years agothis recipe is out of this world. I omitted the sun dried tomatoes (b/c we just don't like them) and everyone LOVED it.
saucywench 5 years agoMy husband loved this fish. I used non-fat half-n-half instead of cream and used plain black pepper instead of lemon pepper and it got 2 thumbs up.
bdhoch 5 years ago
jleonard711 6 years ago[I made edits to this recipe.]