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"Very tasty! Altered the recipe a little (based on the ingredients I had @ the moment). I omitted the dry mustard @ replaced the white pepper with dried cayenne pepper. I also used ground up kosher salt & applied Pam to both sides of the fish. Before cooking, I allowed the fish to "marinade" for about 15 minutes"- Freelb1181
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Combine the seasonings mix ingredients in a small bowl. Sprinkle each side of each fillet evenly with 1/2 teaspoon of this mixture. Preheat a 10-inch skillet over high heat to 400?, about 5 minutes. Spray the top side of each fillet evenly with vegetable cooking spray. Place the fillets, two at a time (sprayed side down), in the skillet, reduce the heat to medium, and cook 2 minutes. Turn the fillets over and cook until done, about 2 minutes more. Remove the cooked fillets, wipe the skillet clean, bring the heat back to 400?, and repeat the process with the remaining fillets. NOTES : Original recipe is for 6 servings. Recipe by: Paul Prudhomme Posted to MC-Recipe Digest V1 #654 by Robin Greene
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Krimac06 1 month agoQuick and healthy for you dieters! I rub the fillets with olive oil and then sprinkle seasonings. Then I put a bit of oil in a pan and cook them through in the pan - so fast and easy!
missdanabee 1 month agoLoved it! Was a lil salty but I'm a lil heavy on measurements because I don't like ending up short :)
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mogriff1 11 month agoNice blend of flavors! I also took the ds to mean tsp. I sauteed the tilapia in a tbsp of olive oil. We enjoyed it.
Shawna23 11 month agoThis was great! Fast, easy and healthy. I substituted catfish for the tilapia, which worked well. I took ds to mean teaspoon. I decreased the black pepper to 1/3 tsp. so it wouldn't be too spicy for my kids.
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Nsemon 1 year agoIt was fast. I thought it would be more flavorful with the variety of seasonings. Rather, I thought it was quite bland.
Greysquirrel26 1 year agoDoes ds mean dessert spoon?
TBall9844 1 year agoFantastic recipe and it goes great with roasted garlic potatoes and corn with green and red peppers
Swtand 1 year agoI followed this recipe as it was written and put it in a cast iron pan to cook. It was so fast! This was delicious, easy, and healthy. My whole family loved it!
Veropierre 1 year agoTerrific recipe, easy to do.
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Robmaria 1 year agoVery easy to make, awesome!
franschur 1 year agoA little spicy, but good. Make sure you have something non-spicy to balance it out.
emilypflanzmarshall 1 year agoThis was very easy and delicious! Even my 11 year old son liked it! I was confused about the measurement 'ds'. Is this dash? I just put in 1/4 tsp. Will be making this again.
Victoriaah 1 year agoMy family loved this. My kids also wanted this for dinner tomorrow night. I got the fresh Talapia from Costco. Wouldn't change a thing.
Suzcap 1 year agoEasy to prepare. Everyone in my family likes this dish. It's excellent with rice. My son, who hates fish that isn't in 'stick' form, will eat this every time.
Ebokey 1 year agoMy daughter loved this!!!
rositajames 1 year agoMade today hubby and daughter both pretty finicky loved it
Shane_s 1 year agoExcellent recipe! I love the cooking spray technique. Thanks for sharing.