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  • Outback Tilapia

    Does anyone know what they season the Tilapia with? It's wonderful no matter what version you have.

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    #3 07-13-2006, 11:48 PM
    food gal
    Member Join Date: Jul 2006
    Posts: 59

    outbacks

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    here is how they make it my friend works there
    1 lb talipa
    garlic powder
    salt & pepper
    lemon juice

    bake the talipa in the top ingredients. In a sauce pan mix 1/2 jar for Alfredo sauce with artichokes diced and sun dried tomotes diced and fresh mushroom sliced if wanted.. heat it all together when fish is done place on plate and top with alfado mixture...you can add basil if want...

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    • #3
      Thanks so much

      For some reason I thought there was more to the seasoning they used.

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      • #4
        I also found this online from Bigkid:

        1-diced shallot,
        1-tbsp butter,
        saute over low heat one minute,
        add clove garlic(opt)
        1-tbsp eeov
        about tbsp flour and heat to make a roue.
        Add 1/2 cup fish stock (or clam juice)
        1/4 cup dry white wine and reduce.
        Add cajun spices to taste
        3 tbsp creole sauce (or salsa) and continue cooking.
        After 5 minutes or so, add about 1/4-1/2 cup of creme and thicken to desired consistency.
        If you like it a bit sweeter, add 1 tbsp catsup(or more) when you add stock.
        Blacken your tilapia (cajun spices or old bay), some diced shrimp and crayfish and see how this turns out

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        • #5
          could someone provide measurements for the ingredients from 'food gal's post? I'd love to make it! Thanks.
          http://cookinginanapron.blogspot.com/

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