Steph 1: Buy one of these bad boys at the farmer's market.
Step 2: Make it into a cake.
Before you eat your cake made from a vegetable, eat this fish for dinner!
Oh yeah, THIS fish. Topped with butter and cheese. Mmmmm.
Parmesan topped Tilapia
What you need:
4 tilapia filets (thawed if frozen)
Salt and pepper
3 tbsp butter
1/8 cup shredded parmesan cheese
1/8 cup grated parmesan cheese
3-4 minced garlic cloves
1 tsp fresh thyme
How to do:
Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees.
Pat down the filets with paper towels. Place on a baking sheet sprayed with cooking spray. Season generously with salt and pepper.
Bake for 10-12 minutes.
In the meantime, mix together the butter, cheeses, garlic, and thyme.
When the fish is finished baking, take it out and turn on the broiler.
Flip the fish over and top with the mixture.
Broil for 3-4 minutes or until the cheese is beautifully golden and bubbly and your kitchen smells wonderful. (Please note: the smell is of garlic and parmesan, not fish)
recipe adapted from How Sweet Eats
--back to zucchini--
Serve with zucchini and onions with basil, unless you follow a recipe from a not-to-be named website that has poor directions and so it gets done 25 minutes after your main dish.
I know this might seem a bit heavy and maybe even (gasp!) unhealthy, but it really isn't. I love Brummel and Brown butter spread and it's only 3 tbsp. Shoot, I make cookies and muffins with WAY more butter than that on a regular basis. Cheese is always good, so it doesn't neccessarily count. I used the two different kinds because I think shredded parm has a much different flavor than the grated kind in the plastic container and Breeze isn't a huge fan of it. It really isn't heavy either, it's very light and delicoius. Also, we don't eat a lot of fish at the Breeze house but I know Omega-3's are very important.
This is a great dish to fit in some fish.
I think I'll end on that. =)