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Health authorities recommend eating fish twice a week. However, fish like salmon can be quite strong in flavor. An excellent alternative is to have Tilapia instead. Tilapia has a mildly sweet flavor and can be seasoned and cooked in so many ways. And unlike salmon, it doesn't have a strong fishy taste or scent. To make this Tilapia, we baked it in foil. Baking Tilapia in foil is a perfect way to infuse the flavors of the fresh herbs and seasonings into the fish. This method of cooking is also quick and easy and makes clean-up effortless. We hope you enjoy our recipe for Baked Tilapia in Foil for your next meal with friends and family.
- 24 ounces Tilapia - Boneless fillets
- 1 tablespoon Old Bay Seasoning
- 1 tablespoon Olive Oil
- 1 medium Onion - finely chopped
- 8 cloves Garlic - minced
- 15 grams (~1/2 cup) Parsley - finely chopped
- 2 Limes, each cut in sixths
- 12 ounces Cherry tomatoes - halved
- 100 grams (~3.5 ounces) Unsalted Butter
Season the fish with old bay seasoning
Brush the foil with olive oil and place the seasoned fish fillets on the foil.
Separate the onion, garlic, parsley, lime, cherry tomatoes and butter into 4 equal portions and arrange them on top of each piece of fish.
Fold and seal each packet of fish, herbs and seasonings with the foil.
Remove from the oven and serve in the foil packet or remove the contents onto a plate and serve with your choice of side dish.
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This had amazing flavor. The…
This had amazing flavor. The garlic mixed with the tomatoes and a hint of lime set it off. I put it over plain rice and all the juices soaked in. Highly recommend if you want some light and flavorful.
Thank you for your comment…
Thank you for your comment Crystal, we are so happy you enjoyed our baked tilapia in foil recipe.
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