Looking for a gorgeous, easy-to-make-for-your-sweetheart dish for Valentine’s Day? This is one of my favorites and is made many-a-Fish-Friday as well!
Tilapia is my favorite fish to eat! The Seminole Indians breed them in the Florida Everglades region. Meaty and tasty like seafood should be! ~ Kimberly Edwards
Serve With: Rice, baked potato, salad or your favorite vegetable
Prep Time: 3 min
Cook Time: ~ 10 min
1. Rinse defrosted tilapia under cold water and pat dry.
2. On medium high, heat olive oil and butter in a large frying pan.
3. When butter is fragrant, arrange lightly dredged tilapia in pan and sprinkle with freshly cracked black pepper, and allow to cook for ~ 7 min or until golden brown on bottom.
* Tip: Lightly shake pan back and forth to ensure fish doesn’t stick after about 3 min of cooking. Don’t move fish around more than you have to…It will break apart.
4. Using a large spatula, flip fish over, sprinkle freshly cracked black peppper, and cook until golden brown – ~ 4-5 min.
5. About 3 min before fish is finished, add capers, without juice, and shake in pan with fish.
6. Serve with rice and Enjoy thoroughly!
I love fish simply sauteed…no confusion and great flavor! Tilapia is a very meaty and satisfying fish!
Have a Very Happy Valentine’s Day!
I hope you enjoyed this installment of Cooking With Kimberly! Until next time…
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