Almond-Crusted Tilapia Recipe
Tilapia is coated with ground almonds and Parmesan cheese in this delicious dish.
Broiled tilapia is coated with a creamy Parmesan topping that cooks in just minutes! Prepare on busy weeknights for a quick dinner.
This Hawaiian-style recipe is mouth-watering and will please everyone at your table.
Excellent recipe! Just made it last night and it was a complete hit. No doubt the butter helps to make the end flavor terrific. I could also see using this breading recipe for orange roughy or other mild fish. I only had three filets and ended up using most of the egg mixture and much of the breading mixture as well. If serving this for a large group I would advise increasing the egg mixture and making sure you have extra almonds and cheese for the actual breading. Also, while the butter definitely helps with the flavor I may try finding any alternative next time to cut the calories. (But boy was the buttery flavor good!)
This came out great! The only changes I made were that I baked my fillets instead cooking them in a skillet and I did not use butter. I simply lined the pan with aluminum foil and applied a non-stick spray. I will definitely make this again.
Tasted great but my fish fell apart while battering it and then the batter didn't stick to the fish. Not so pretty, but tasted good.
Very tasty recipe. I used olive oil instead of butter, and sub. Mrs. Dash for the lemon pepper and garlic pepper, and my whole family of picky eaters loved it!
I don't usually review recipes because I am usually very happy with the results but this one really gave me a hard time. The breading clumped together on the filets and there wasn't enough to coat all of them. The breading fell off in the pan and stuck to it. I used butter in stainless steel cookware on medium heat. The tilapia ended up in pieces. I really don't know what went wrong. It was edible, just disappointing.