Top-ranked recipe named "Blackend Baked Tilapia"
It's a simple easy way to fix fish for the first time
"We can't get Tilapia in Australia so used herring and gar. Pan frying I found it was too easy to burn so used oven next attempt. I used olive oil, less red pepper and no salt. Also I used a shaker to add coating for better control and less mess. Tasted great."
Preheat Oven at 350. Mix all seasonings in a bowl.
Dip fillets in melted butter and coat with seasonings. Put in a glass baking dish and cook until fish is easily flaky with a fork.
Or if wanting to pan fry
Heat iron skillet on high 5 minutes. Mix all seasonings in a bowl. Dip fillets in melted butter and coat with seasonings. Place fillets in hot skillet and cook 2 minutes on each side.
I've started putting the seasoning in a shaker as suggested by another user and it works great!
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m994836 1 year agoAwesome. This recipe (minus the salt) produces a restaurant-worthy blackened fish. I love it so much, I keep a spice jar filled with the separated ingredients (looks nice too) on hand for easy weeknight blackened tilapia. Thanks for posting!
mogriff1 1 year agoThis recipe is so good! I used 1 tsp of coriander instead of lemon pepper and olive oil instead of butter. So much flavor with the right amount of heat! Will definitely make this again!
jbattle 2 years agoSeemed like a whole bunch of spices just thrown on the fish. It was decent, not terrible. Probably won't make it again :(
sistdc 2 years agoVery good! Great taste and very quick. Reduced red pepper to 3/4 tsp based on other reviews but will increase to 1 full tsp next time. Added no salt & used unsalted butter per recipe; was not salty.
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sallythig 2 years agovery good. my mom and i love this recipe. in less than 30 minutes the cooking and put together is done
KarenTowns 3 years agoIt was a bit spicy but tasted real good.
LaJeaune 3 years agoThis recipe actually turned out better than I thought it would. A bit on the salty side, but I threw it with a Caesar salad and the family enjoyed it.
Stacie82 3 years agoExcellent recipe... I do not add the salt. It isn't needed. I do ad Cajun spice ( personal preference.. Love it!) I make this at least once a week!!! I served with green beans n broiled peppers
apbt_rescue 3 years agoQuick and easy to make. Serve with rice and don't be shy about adjusting spices to fit what you want.