Lemon Tilapia Fish


Two lemons, one whole and one sliced in half

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1 lb of Tilapia fish

salt and pepper

1/2 bunch flat leaf Italian parsley

2 lemons

Pre heat oven to 350. Spray baking dish with cooking spray. Season fish with salt and pepper and place in dish. Zest  and juice lemon over fish. Slice second lemon very thin, and  place slice over top the fillets. Bake 2-25 min. Top with fresh parsley. 🙂

Easy and low fat Tartar Sauce: 2/3 cup reduced fat mayo, 1 tsp celery seed, salt and pepper. 2 tbsp of bread and butter pickles chopped. and 1/2 lemon squeezed . Mix well and chill for about 30-40 min before using.

I’m going to serve in alongside with fresh Zucchini ..just slice into 1/2 inch slices and place in baking dish..Season with salt and pepper and a 2 tbsp olive oil. 1/2 lemon jucied. Mix together and bake 30 min. Top with fresh parsley.

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  1. How do you make a garlic/lemon butter sauce to put over the fish? I like sauce as a toper but have no clue how to make it.

    • Jamie here it is! On a cutting board, smash 5-6 ( more if you XOXO garlic) garlic cloves with the flat side of knife. Add 1 tsp sea salt to garlic and smush around on the garlic board till forms a paste ( use the back side of a spoon to). In a small sauce pan, add 3-4 tbsp EVOO and 1 tbsp unsalted butter; heat and then add in smashed garlic. Cook about 1 min, you’ll smell it and know! Reduce heat to low. Add 1 whole lemon juiced ( just squeezed over pan). Season with pepper. Pour over fish or chicken and top with fresh parsley too ! Hope this works for you!
      Sometimes I also add in capers right towards the end…awesome with fish!

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