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  Subject :Fried Tilapia
12/29/2010 06:21 
Broccoli
Joined: 12/15/2010 20:38
Posts: 18
My husband is really not a fish eater... fish and him stay far apart at all times, but I noticed that you wrote you dont like fish either - do you think I should try this recipe??
What do you serve it with?
  Subject :Re:Fried Tilapia
12/29/2010 15:36 
rachel
Joined: 12/13/2010 22:09
Posts: 39
I hate all fish but Tilapia that is fried is different. It is a very meaty fish and does not smell. It is more like a light schnitzel. The recipe I posted is really good because it is a milky crust with panko crumbs and cornmeal and italian seasoning so it has some great flavor. I sometimes even bake it instead of frying it but frying is better. I say you try it. It is meant to go with tartar sauce. I will post the recipe sometime. I like it with fries. Try it, you wont regret it.
  Subject :Re:Fried Tilapia
12/28/2011 15:08 
AbbyPires
Joined: 12/27/2011 20:17
Posts: 30
Well what doesn't he like about fish? Is it the taste, the texture, the smell? I have marinated tilapia like meat before in some lemon juice, olive oil, grated garlic, and salt and pepper, and then broiled it. I seemed to cover up a lot of the tilapias mild fish flavor, and it made it really moist.
  Subject :Re:Fried Tilapia
12/30/2011 03:41 
Broccoli
Joined: 12/15/2010 20:38
Posts: 18
I think it is mostly the fish taste probably combined with the smell. Maybe you can post the recipe of the marinated tilapia - It sounds delicious!
  Subject :Re:Fried Tilapia
12/30/2011 19:15 
AbbyPires
Joined: 12/27/2011 20:17
Posts: 30
OK, here's the link to the recipe. Enjoy! Recipe #8201
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