Grilled Tilapia Fish Recipe

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Grilled Tilapia Fish

Lauren Conforti


HFCS-Free, and a very healthy meal! This is a favorite of mine to cook on the grill. Make sure that you do not cook directly over the hot coals. If your grill is large enough, pile the coals on one side, and grill the fish on the other, for indirect heat. (You can also cook this in the oven.)

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20 Min
30 Min


4 - 6
tilapia fish filets
bags, baby spinach leaves, washed well
2 clove
garlic, minced
lime, juiced
lemon, juiced
3 - 4 Tbsp
white wine
plum tomatoes, cut into small chunks
1 c
grapes, halved
olive oil, extra virgin
dill, dried
old bay seasoning


1Spray a large grilling pan (foil covered optional) with cooking spray (I use a large cookie sheet with deep sides).

2Toss the spinach leaves well with garlic and oil and spread evenly on the pan (Don't worry about using a LOT of spinach, piled high, it cooks way down.)

3Lay the Tilapia filets on top of the spinach.

4Evenly distribute the tomatoes and grapes over the filets.

5Mix white wine with the lemon & lime juices and pour over the top.

6Sprinkle with some olive oil.

7Season with Old Bay & dill

8Place on hot barbeque grill (be sure to NOT place directly over hot coals, but keep pan off to the side) for 20-30 minutes, or until Tilapia is done. Watch carefully so the spinach doesn't burn... turn pan periodically as needed.

9Per serving: Calories 207; Total Fat 6.3g; Cholesterol 55mg; Sodium 177.5mg; Carbs 17.1g; Protein 27.7g

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Fish
Main Ingredient: Fish
Regional Style: American
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, Healthy
Hashtag: #HFCS-free