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Tilapia Baked in Salsa Verde

Tilapia Baked in Salsa Verde

I have been meaning to try tilapia for a while now. I have pan fried fish before; I have broiled fish before; but I have never baked fish before. I have heard of baking chicken in salsa so I thought that I would try baking the tilapia in some of the leftover salsa verde. Baking the tilapia in the salsa kept the fish really soft and moist. The tilapia was pretty good and the salsa verde added a nice flavour to the dish. A really quick and tasty meal.

Ingredients:
1 tilapia fillet
1/4 cup salsa verde

Directions:
1. Rinse the tilapia fillet and pat it dry.
2. Place the fillet on a sheet of tin foil and cover with the salsa verde.
3. Fold the tinfoil to seal it and poke some holes in the top with a fork.
4. Bake in a 350F preheated oven for about 10-12 minutes.

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6 comments:

katiez said...

Great looking fish! Salsa Verde would add a wonderful flavor.

Deborah said...

What an easy meal! Looks great.

Cynthia said...

Oh Kevin, tilapia and salsa verde - soooo good!

Ruth Daniels said...

I love the combo and your salsa verde sounds awesome. Thanks for sharing.

Patricia Scarpin said...

I love fish, Kevin, and what a delicious way of making it! Love the dish!

DeborahSW said...

I first tried tilapia just a few months ago and I love it! I use it in fish tacos all the time now. This looks wonderful! :)

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