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  • Angie Gunson

    Rachael Ray's five ingredient parmesan crusted tilapia. Prep in 10 minutes and cook in 10 minutes.

  • Kimberly Moore

    Rachael Ray 5 ingredient parmesan crusted tilapia. prep 10 minutes, cook 10 minutes....Always love new tilapia recipes!

  • Connie St. Clair-Drew

    parmesan crusted tilapia, 5 ingredients only - Rachel Ray recipe. Looks good, but haven't tried it yet.

  • Shea Burnham

    Rachael Ray 5 ingredient parmesan crusted tilapia. prep 10 minutes, cook 10 minutes. - This was super yummy! I used a little too much olive oil so it wasnt that crusty but the flavor was amazing.

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Rachael Ray 5 ingredient parmesan crusted tilapia. prep 10 minutes, cook 10 minutes.

Previous pinner said: Made this for dinner! Very yummy:) Though next time and there will be one, no or less red pepper flakes..! Very easy to make:) Tilapia - 1 cup grated parmasean, 2 tsp paprika, 1 tsp lemon pepper / garlic salt, 1 Tbs parsley, dash red pepper flakes Coat fish with olive oil and cover in cheese mixture, bake at 400 for 10-12 minutes until fish is white in middle

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Parmesan Crusted Tilapia | Taste and Tell "A simple fish recipe that is done in 20 minutes and will even impress non-fish lovers!"

Parmesan-Crusted Tilapia. A delicious alternative/healthy dinner meal. The parmesan breading makes you forget you are eating fish! I made this with a side of brown rice, broccoli/cauliflower, and a romaine salad. My picky fiancee even enjoyed it! PS - I added a squirt of lime juice to the recipe while cooking!

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.

Parmesan Pesto Tilapia - Wow just tried this one and it's great. So easy too!

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.