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Tilapia has a mild flavor and lends itself easily to any kind of seasoning you want to add. Try it on the grill!
About this product
Tilapia has a good flavor and texture. They are versatile and easily adapted to most any kind of cooking. Tilapia is a white fish very low in fat, free of saturated fat and high in protein.
AN FRYING:Fry fish until golden brown on one side, turn and brown other side. Total cooking time should be approximately 10 minutes per inch of thickness.BAKING:Allow 10-20 minutes at 450 F (232 C) for the 1st inch of thickness. Add 10 minutes per additional inch. Tilapia is easy to prepare and is a great fish to grill, though be careful grilling because these are small thin fillets, typically and you don't want to handle them on the grill too much. Tilapia has a mild flavor and lends itself easily to any kind of seasoning you want to add. Marinating should be for a short period of time because the excessive time will start to breakdown the structure of the meat. In some parts of the world you can get whole, cleaned Tilapia. Try it with lime and chili peppers. Tilapia can be substituted for many kinds of fish, especially red snapper, sea bass or porgy.
Product of Origin: ECUADOR
UPC #: 00204004000008
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