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Made this tonight- and we loved it! I served it with rice and fresh steamed broccoli. There was PLENTY of sauce and it was pretty rich so you could easily use some lower fat versions of some ingredients and still have amazing flavor. I think this would work well for any light white fish. A new favorite for sure! Oh and I used a creole seasoning for the cajun seasoning and it was just right.
You probably guessed this already but the best part of all this is that the Parmesan gets a little crispy-crunch to it because it broils so beautifully. Pair that with the delicately flaky white fish and the fresh tang of the tomatoes, and then the thick and smooth basil sauciness of the pesto… ohhhyeah. I have a thing for texture. And cheese.
Tilapia Parmesan: "I was searching for a recipe so I could do something different with tilapia when I came across this one. It's super easy and delicious and I had all the ingredients in my pantry." -Adale31
Parmesan Tilapia- Holy cow, was this amazing. I usually do not like Tilapia but in this dish it was great (I think another fish would make it outstanding). My 23 month old son devoured it. I used a little bit too much green onion but other than than perfect. Will definitely make again. We paired it with wild rice and lemon roasted asparagus.
MaMa's Supper Club Tilapia Parmesan - Tilapia is such a versatile fish... it can be cooked all types of ways. This recipe is my favorite so far! I baked the fish for about 12 minutes, added the sauce, then another 13 minutes or so. The fillets was tender and so incredibly flavorful!