"A quick and yummy way to prepare crispy tilapia the whole family will love, without frying. I get asked to make this several times a week by everyone in my family, especially the kids!" — Mike
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prepared ranch dressing
dry bread crumbs
grated Parmesan cheese
ground black pepper
8 (6 ounce)
Turned out GREAT....
I used olive oil instead of cooking spray!!
Sorry but I guess I am in the minority here. I just really didn't care for this recipe all that much. It wasn't terrible but it wasn't anything special either. I will find another way to cook tilapia. I followed the recipe exactly as written and I felt that this fish had very little flavor and I will not be making it again.
I made this exactly as the recipe directed and it was awesome! My husband and daughter are not big fish eaters but they both liked this a lot! Thanks!
These were crispy but I didn't really detect the ranch flavour like I wanted to. Next time I'll either reduce the milk or leave it out, and I'll swap the bread crumbs for panko breading.
I don't care for fish, so I made this for my boyfriend and his son. Because of their reaction, I eventually took a bite to see what all the fuss was about. This is good, according to me. According to them, it is outrageously delicious! They absolutely loved it, and not a bit was leftover! I used my homemade seasoned breadcrumbs, but still went ahead a seasoned as the recipe states. Like other reviewers, I used olive oil to moisten the crumbs. Instead of laying the fish on the foil lined baking sheet, I lightly sprayed a cooling rack with Pam, placed that on the baking sheet, and put the fish on the rack. This resulted in crispy fish on both sides, and also allowed the fish to be easily moved to a plate without leaving any of the coating behind. I served this with a dollop of goat cheese and herb ice cream, for dipping. It was a huge success. Thanks for a great and easy recipe Mike :)
With the problems with not having a ranch taste, I used dry ranch with Panko bread crumbs with some Tony's more spice. I did not use cooking spray except on the pan where I placed the fish. Really good! Served with tartar sauce.
Great flavor w/crunchy breading. Loved it! My fish was done at about 16 min. Thanks!!
The BEST! My husband, my 3.5 year old, and I gobbled this up. I used olive oil instead of cooking spray. And I omitted the celery salt (don't have any). I have been using allrecipes.com for years and this is the first recipe that prompted me to rate and review!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Baked Parmesan Tilapia
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 115
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