Lemon Garlic Tilapia

I just wanted to tell you all that I’m in a Starbucks writing this post. I’m hungrier than a lion and those small salted caramel wedding cake pops are staring at me. Seriously, whoever invented those is a genius because I want to destroy around three of them… with my mouth area.

Sorry if that was an excessive amount of, but writing about meals, staring at food, and smelling meals is making me a bit weird. Minus the fact that I’m currently weird, so this post is merely extremely weird. First got it?

Anyway I’ve gathered all of my willpower so we can chat about what’s been in fact going down in my kitchen. About a month back I posted a simple photo of tilapia on my Facebook page A lot of you asked for the recipe, so although I don’t have photos from the finished, plated food, I believed that you’ll still appreciate it. But here’s some truth: 1 / 2 of the things I create or bake don’t find yourself on my blog. Sometimes it’s simply because I didn’t snap a photo; realistically it is because I’m a small amount of a perfectionist given that I very own a nice surveillance camera. Most of the food I create is manufactured during the night for dinner, so finding time and energy to setup a photoshoot when I’m hungry can be difficult. Not to mention I only make use of natural lighting, therefore I’m a bit bummed that it’s getting darker, previously.

Mainly because I make a lot of pancakes. Like each morning. They’re often different and damn, they’re delicious.

I’ve also been making a whole lot of dark brown butter and sea salt chocolate chip cookies While they are amazing, I cannot say they benefit my waistline. Oh well… WORTHWHILE.

To balance it out, I eat A WHOLE LOT of veggies. Roasted in garlic clove and tossed in olive oil. I possibly could eat the complete pan… and often times I do.

Snack period happens a whole lot. I’ve been taking in vegan kale green monster smoothies (I’ve a recipe coming soon).

I believe they totally produce me kissable. My kale bag thinks so as well.

Dinner is on my mind as soon as I wake up. Last week I made Turkey Sausage with spicy peppers and onions, then stuffed within an acorn squash. It was an ideal fall meal.

And since dinner can’t always be exactly the same, I made a dark bean & lovely potato chili. Yet another food that captured my center…

Particularly when deliciously scooped in salty lime corn tortillas. Ohhhhhh heavenly dayyyyy.

And who have could forget Asian food? Not me!

My roommate and I cooked something similar to my teriyaki salmon with brownish grain and stir-fry vegetables; it’s among my favorite foods I’ve acquired in some time.

However, I usually leave room for dessert during Fall.

There’s nothing better than a warm apple sharp. Topped with vanilla glaciers cream. Guys can’t resist. Hehe.

But first, an excellent for you personally Tilapia marinated in lemon, essential olive oil, and garlic clove, then topped using a basil garnish. The tastes absorb in to the fish and it’s wonderful served over brown rice.

Dooooooooooooo it!

Author: Monique

Prep period:

20 mins

Cook period:

10 mins

Total time:

30 mins

Acts: 4

Tilapia marinated in essential olive oil and garlic clove. Great baked or pan deep-fried and ideal served over brown rice.


2 tablespoons new lemon juice, plus more

3 tablespoon olive oil, divided

1 teaspoon dried parsley flakes

2 tablespoons freshly chopped basil

salt and pepper to taste


Place the seafood in a big ziploc tote and add garlic, 1 tablespoon of olive oil, lemon juice, and parsley. Toss fish around to layer and place in refrigerator for 20 moments.

Once ready to cook, heat 1-2 tablespoons of olive oil in nonstick skillet over medium-high high temperature until oil starts to shimmer. Make fillets two at a time for approximately 3-4 mins per part or until opaque and somewhat browned.

Erin –

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