Delicious! Here is what I did. I always have frozen tilapia fillets in the freezer (fish is actually a better quality when it is frozen). I had 5 fillets and I put them on a foil lined pan. Sprinkled the frozen fillets with old bay and put them under the broiler until they were no longer frozen. To the spread I added a handful of breadcrumbs, olive oil mayo, old bay, garlic salt, and dried chopped onion. I did not use the lemon, basil, onion powder, or celery salt. The cheese I used was a blend of asiago, parmesan, and romano. I spread a heaping tsp of that on the fillets then sprinkled a little bit more cheese and breadcrumbs for a crust. Then put it under the broiler until it was nice and golden brown. I knew I would have extra spread so I bought white mushrooms (about 12) and stuffed those with the spread and put those under the broiler. The stuffed mushroom idea came from another reviewer. This was an amazing recipe. The stuffed mushrooms and fish tasted like they were from the restaurant.
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Delicious! Here is what I did. I always have frozen tilapia fillets in the freezer (fish is...