Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Recipe Review: Tuscan Tilapia Fillets

This recipe is so simple yet so satisfying. After last week's post about Quick but Healthy Meals and My Crazy Night I was pleasantly surprised to find such a fast easy fish recipe.

The ingredients of this healthy recipe are so simple:

Chopped Roma tomatoes, basil and cheese (I used Weight Watchers Colby Jack)

Fish fillets (I even used frozen fish)

Delicious and simple, this recipe went very well with steamed veggies.

Tuscan Tilapia Fillets (Serves 3)
12 oz Tilapia Fillets
Salt & Pepper to taste
1 Roma tomato; chopped, seeded
1/2 Tbsp fresh basil
1 oz fresh Mozzarella (or other cheese) slices

1.  Preheat oven to 450 F.  Salt and pepper tilapia
2.  Stir together tomato and basil
3.  Place tilapia on a greased baking dish.  Bake 6 minutes, top with cheese slices and tomato mixture.
4.  Return to oven and cook another 4 minutes.

I actually plan on having the last of this over a tossed salad today for lunch.  My tastebuds are already looking forward to it. 


Caroline of Salsa Pie said...

MMMMmmmmmm! Looks delicious and simple! Although I am a little challenged in the kitchen at times, I think I might be able to pull this one off!

Thank you for your really kind comments on my blog today. I'm so glad you liked the bird silhouettes and hope you will make some to be loved in your home too! They were really easy to make, and I think you could probably find some bird pictures in a wildlife magazine or even some vintage prints somewhere to either scan-in or just cut-out. As you noticed, I have used those same silhouettes for so many projects. Somehow, I never get tired of tired of them!

Netters said...

Yummy! This recipe reminds me of my Margharita Tilapia recipe. Sounds so delicious. Do you know the calories per serving for this dish? Sounds super easy - a good "week-night" menu item. The pictures also look wonderful, Marcy! Your blog is really awesome~ one of my favorites!!

Marcy said...

Caroline, thanks for stopping by! :)

Netters, I don't have the exact number because I seem to alter it slightly every time I make it (type of cheese usually) but it should come in just under 200 calories per serving.

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