Broiled Tilapia with Frisée-Apple Salad and Mustard-Parsley Sauce

  • Jessie123 Posted: 04/16/10
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    This was a really good dinner. I was surprised that the mint and apple went so well. Really easy to prepare and nice and light. Followed the recipe except used spinach instead of arugula.

  • DianeDellarmo Posted: 04/11/10
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    Just cooked this tonight and it was delicious! I used Cod instead of Tilapia and used Frisee, Arugula and Red Lettuce. I have never used mint in a salad and it really added a nice touch. It was easy, quick and really hit the spot! My husband loved it and we will definitely have it again!

  • PantryChefS Posted: 05/25/10
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    The fish did not look pretty whilst cooking in under the broiler, but boy did it taste delicious! I was srsly freaking out that it would be awful (tried for first time in front of friends) Fresh, tender, juicy, everything you'd want in a fish. The Gala apples added subtle flave and crunch to the meal w/o overpowering the delicate fish and the sauce? Easy and blended all the flavors together. I didnt use frisee. Served with quinoa/barley blend. Don't skip the brine!

  • DrATH23 Posted: 04/21/13
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    I made this tonight and it was delicious. I don't typically like meals I make myself, but I really enjoyed this. Easy to prepare, simple ingredients. I used a kale/spinach mix rather than arugula/frisee, and it worked perfectly. This is definitely in the rotation!

  • bellymama Posted: 02/07/14
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    Not the prettiest dish (at least the fish), but it was quick and delicious. My kids loved the tilapia.

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