Recipe by Pam Anderson
"This simply seared tilapia topped with capers and a garlic and white wine sauce is a memorable dish."
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1 1/2 pounds
Salt and ground black pepper
dry white wine
Already a big Tilapia fan, I was just looking for something simple - last minute. This was IT! Added sliced mushrooms and lemon juice with the butter and capers, and felt like I should charge the family for a gourmet meal!. Will use this recipe (even just as is) again. Thanks.
it was o.k
Really, really good and easy. Only thing changed was adding more capers. I live 20 feet from the water and have fresh fish all the time, right off the hook. So I use whatever the fish of the day is. It taste great every time. Also if you like capers there is another great recipe on the site called "Caper Baked Chicken" it is quick and easy like this recipe.
YUMMMMMM!!! I think I might have been inclined to give 5 stars- but mom and hubby said 4 (if it had been deep fried they both said- it would have been a 5-cholesterol junkies, the both of them!!). This was delicious and EASY! The only modification I made was to add more capers because we LOVE them! I served this with steamed asparagus and mashed potatoes. YUM! Great meal! Thank you!!!!!
This was REALLY good, not to mention quick and easy. Adding a squeeze of lemon juice perked up the flavor of the finished sauce. Thanks!
I am always trying to find a fish recipe that I want to eat, so I can eat a healthier diet. This recipe is simple, quick, elegant and tasty. I followed the recipe and served each filet on a piece of toasted potato bread. The bread soaks up some of the sauce and when eaten with the fish is a delight.
This was definitely very good and quick. I let the sauce cook down too much so next time I need to be careful about that. I will make this again.
very good sauce but not much wine flavor came thru. Next time
I'll reduce it less.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Tilapia with White Wine Caper Sauce
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 359
** Calories from Fat: 156
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