Baked Talapia Filets

Baked Talapia Filets

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Kim Eldridge


Baked fish is so good for you and Talapia actually tastes better than catfish filets. Even my kids like this.


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10 Min
45 Min


How to Make Baked Talapia Filets


  1. Line your pan with aluminum foil. Spray with Pam Olive Oil Spray. Rub butter over both sides of filets and shake the natures seasonings, salt and pepper on both sides. Sometimes I may add a couple dashes of another season, it just depends.
  2. Lay a few slices of onion (to desired taste) on each filet. Cover with foil, put in over and bake for 45-50 min. at 350 degrees

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Course/Dish: Fish
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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