Almond Crusted Talapia

Almond Crusted Talapia

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10 review(s) averaging 4.5. 90% would make again

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Golden brown almond crusted Talapia

"Made it for the first time tonight. I had trouble getting my almonds grinded just right. I used a spice grinder and that was too fine. Then hand grinded, which was too coarse. Basically I mixed em together and it all worked out. Altogether, it wad very tasty and will try again. This fish would be awesome in fish tacos. "

- Airmark1

Ingredients

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2 Talapia Fillets
1 cup Whole Almonds
1 Tablespoons Flour
1 tbsp Old Bay Seasoning
Olive Oil
1 Lemon; wedged

Original recipe makes 2 Servings

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Preparation

Thaw fillets in water

Grind whole almonds until coarse but fine enough to stick to fillets

Add ground almonds, flour and Old Bay to large plastic baggie

Heat 10" pan with enough olive oil to fill the bottom of pan

Rinse Talapia and place in bag

Coat with almond mixture and place in heated pan

Fry until golden brown on each side.

Serve with wild rice or rice pilaf and vegetable

Squeeze lemon wedges to taste

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Almond Crusted Talapia with Wild Rice and Green Beans photo by gcote gcote

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Delish!
mlbattani 3 months ago
etrador 1 year ago
This was easy to make and it turned out really good. Next time I will leave out the lemon though.
AprilNichole 1 year ago
jlsmith 1 year ago
Easy to make, flavored nicely.
RaPaJa4 2 years ago
Simple to make and thoroughly enjoyed it!
ecarroll 2 years ago
Wow! This was a great and simple recipe. I think I will try it with pecans the next time.
tdmcconahy 2 years ago
Normally I do not review recipes but this was absolutely wonderful! Will make this again and again. Thanks
Blackdragon 3 years ago
Made it for the first time tonight. I had trouble getting my almonds grinded just right. I used a spice grinder and that was too fine. Then hand grinded, which was too coarse. Basically I mixed em together and it all worked out. Altogether, it wad very tasty and will try again. This fish would be awesome in fish tacos.
Airmark1 4 years ago
[I posted this recipe.]
gcote 4 years ago
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