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The Food Nanny Rescues Dinner
by Liz Edmunds
Tilapia is a very mild white fish, so it makes a good choice for people who think they don't really care for fish. It is also the fish I use most often in my fish tacos
4 servings


• 4 (4-ounce) fillets tilapia
• 2 tablespoons butter, melted
• Tony Chachere's Original Creole Seasoning (see Note, below)
• Finely ground almonds, for sprinkling on top


1. Grease the bottom of a metal pan suitable for broiling. Place the fish in the pan and brush it with the melted butter. Sprinkle with the seasoning and almonds.

2. Place the pan under the broiler about 6 minutes. Watch it carefully; the fish will cook fast because the tilapia is thin. It is done when it flakes easily with a fork. Serve immediately.

Serve with buttered broccoli and rice pilaf or packaged long-grain and wild rice.

Note: If you cannot find the Creole seasoning, substitute seasoned salt with a dash of cayenne added.

Variation: Rather than broiling, bake the fish at 350 degrees about 10 minutes or until it flakes with a fork.

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