Tuesday, December 03, 2013

Baked Butter Tilapia Fillets


Baked fish seem like the easiest way to prepare fish for me these days.  It is basically fuss free and ready in 10 minutes.  Since we like the flavor of butter and some crispiness on the fish, I used the dried chopped onion on the fish, it provides the crispiness to the fish fillets.  Also added some dried celery flakes, I guess extra celery flakes and onion won't hurt as those two are pretty much superfood.  Just season lightly with natural sea salt or Himalayan rock salt for the natural minerals.  Just pair it with steamed broccoli and carrot (if you don't eat carb or rice) and Viola and there you have it!  




Ingredients:

2 Tilapia fillets
2 Tbsp. butter
Sea salt to taste
Dried chopped onion
Dried celery flakes
Black pepper to suit

Method:

Lined your baking sheet with foil.  Place 2 tilapia fillets on top.  Place 1 Tbsp. butter on top of each fillet.  Season it with salt and pepper.  Sprinkle some dried chopped onion and celery flakes on top.  Baked at preheated 400'F oven for 10 minutes.  Serve hot!

5 comments:

Juliana said...

This is kind of recipe that I like...simple and delicious!
Looks fabulous...
Have a beautiful week :D

tigerfish said...

This is definitely a keeper for me! Easy, fuss-free, simply delicious :)

Victoria Bakes said...

wow.. this looks like my kind of meal! simple but tasty. thanks for sharing

endoskopia kapsułkowa said...

Looks yummy

Phong Hong said...

This is a quick and simple dish to prepare. I like!