Oven baked tilapia with a garlic-herb coating.
It couldn’t get any easier. You can
make any serving amount you want and
don’t really need to follow the recipe exactly.
This quick and delicious recipe works
with any fish.
This uses just basic everyday ingredients for
the coating. Use as much garlic as you want.
Strip the oregano leaves off the stems
and mince. Used dried if that’s all you have.
Combine all the topping ingredients.
I rub the fish with olive oil, then
with salt and pepper.
Next sprinkle on the topping, patting it on.
I mist the top with lemon juice.
Spray a baking sheet with cooking spray.
Bake 350º for 10-15 minutes until
fish flakes easily. No messy frying.
You can cut up potatoes, season, and toss with
olive oil then put those in the panggangan 15-20 minutes
ahead of time while you are prepping the fish.
Another easy time-saving step.
Crunchy flavorful garlic herbed topping.
Moist and tender fish.
Healthy and delicious.
Serve with a spritz of lemon. I spritz
lemon on almost everything!
4 tilapia filets
½ C seasoned breadcrumbs
2 cloves garlic, minced
2 T olive oil
2 T parmesan cheese
2 T lemon juice
2 T fresh oregano, minced
(or about 1 t dried)
salt and pepper
Combine topping ingredients.
Lay the fish on a sprayed baking sheet.
Season with salt and pepper.
Top with breadcrumb mixture. Pat on.
Bake @350º for 10-12 minutes, until
the topping is golden and the fish
flakes easily. Spritz with lemon.