Recipe by Madelynn
"This is a simple pan-fried tilapia with a reduction sauce. It's great served over rice or pasta."
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grated Parmesan cheese
dried dill weed
4 (4 ounce)
dry white wine
Too much dill weed - suggest reducing it. There is no need for the extra salt b/c the parmesan cheese is salty enough. You don't need to use 1/2 cup of milk for the fish., use just enough where you can dip the fish fillets. I suggest unsalted butter, also work quickly w/ the sauce b/c it will separate if you don't serve it fast enough.
I thought this was okay. All that parmesan flavor is a little overwhelming.. Although it made for a nice crispy breading. I think an important part of this recipe is picking the right wine, because if you don't, the sauce comes out tasting weird. :P
this was fabulous and one recipe my husband said to make again. I served with lemony quiona and frozen peas with butter and garlic. I added seasonings to the milk as well and added some extra seasonings to the wine sauce. Really Great, thank you. the whole meal took about 30 min to prepare and sit down to eat, not bad for a weeknight.
just made this and thought that it was quick and fabulous! served with sauteed spinach, onions and garlic. A new fav! Thanks for sharing!
Delicious! I can't speak for the proportions b/c I tend not to measure anything, but the combo of ingredients is wonderful.
Also for anyone having trouble with the sauce, check out a few of the Chef John videos. They will teach you how to make a roux (which is what this sauce is), and you will never have trouble with sauces again! A good reference is the Homemade Nacho Cheese Sauce by Chef John.
Btw, thanks flygal97. The spinach, onion, garlic saute was a perfect side next to a bed of rice. :)
Very tasty, but needed to add much more milk to get anything like a 'sauce' consistency.
Very good and easy. Loved it.
The fish was good -- though next time I think I'll use a little seasoned salt to give it a bit more flavor boost. I don't know what happened to the sauce but it came out as a glutenous mess that couldn't be saved. Maybe I had too much leftover flour...?
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Parmesan Tilapia with a White Wine Sauce
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 101
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