Used the recipe as a base, but broiled the tilapia. I thought this was fantastic and extremely quick to make (start to finish only 20 min)! I did modify quite a bit based on my personal tastes and what I had on hand.
Sauce: I did not have any limes, so I used lemons and sauce tasted great. I did not use capers (not a fan) and did not have any jalapeno peppers, so skipped those as well. I used plain greek yogurt and light mayo and it turned out delicious. It definitely had a little kick to it, even without the jalapenos.
Fish: melted a TBSP of butter and brushed both sides of the fish, sprinkled with Hawaiian salt and pepper. Placed on baking sheet with non stick tin foil and then broiled for ~ 9 minutes: 3 min. on one side, flipped them and broiled for another 3 min., then took the sauce and brushed it on the top side of the fish and broiled for another 2-3 min. Placed the fish inside heated soft taco shells, spooned the sauce over and enjoyed. SO GOOD!!!! I could eat that every night. Can't wait to experiement with various toppings: corn, black beans, cilantro, cabbage, etc.
As a side note, I think the sauce would be great on any fish and even the toppings. Thanks for the recipe!
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Jan. 9, 2013