This was a good recipe, but it needed a bit of reworking. I added more garlic, plus basil and parsley. I only had an hour before I baked it, so I had to make the ingredients in stacked format: fish, oil, salt, pepper, parsley, basil, garlic, fish, oil, etc., I then wrapped it in plastic wrap for an hour and placed in the refrigerator. After an hour, placed a tin foil tent in a cake pan and put the fish side by side in the tin foil tent, in the pan. I baked the fish in it for 30 minutes at 350. The tent out of tin foil allows steam to build up and decreases the chances of the fish drying. I also cut red and yellow sweet peppers and onions and put over the top of the fish before securing the tent top. Tilapia can be a bit fishy, especially for young eaters. My young niece Maddie would love this recipe and she hates tilapia! You may need to decrease the garlic for young eaters, but my husband said it was the best tilapia he's ever had. : )
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This was a good recipe, but it needed a bit of reworking. I added more garlic, plus basil and...