Talipia and Broccoli in Browned Butter Onion Sauc

iris mccall


Quick, easy, healthy and delicious. You can change your ingredients, using fresh broccoli instead of frozen and fresh onions instead of the soup mix. I awoke in the middle of the night and wanted to make a quick lunch for work the next day. This was done in less than 30 minutes. NOTE: In the event that you are using fresh ingredients instead of frozen, add at least 20 extra minutes. Also watch your salt. The ingredients already contain enough, no extra needed.

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25 Min
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4 medium
talipia filets, 6 ounces each
36 oz
frozen broccoli or 2 lbs fresh
1/2 stick
salted butter
2 Tbsp
fresh ground pepper
1and 1/2 pkg
onion soup mix, low sodium
1/4 c
olive oil
3 Tbsp
old bay seasoning
1 c

How to Make Talipia and Broccoli in Browned Butter Onion Sauc


  • 1In a cast iron skillet, add olive oil and butter. When butter starts to foam, add Old Bay, black pepper, and onion soup mix , stirring to combine.
  • 2Lay in tilapia filets and sauté about 6 minutes each side. Longer if you like a firmer filet with crisp edges.
  • 3Remove filets from skillet add broccoli to the fond in the skillet. Turn on high for 5 minutes, then cut off the heat, add 3/4 cup of water and cover the skillet.
  • 4Heat through . Serve hot with desired sides or like pictured for a quick healthy and delicious lunch.

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About Talipia and Broccoli in Browned Butter Onion Sauc

Course/Dish: Fish
Main Ingredient: Fish
Regional Style: American
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, Healthy
Hashtag: #taste great

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