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    Lemon-Pepper Basil Tilapia or Haddock

    This is one of my favorite ways to cook fish. Its great to cook for yourself and pretty healthy. As for calorie count it should be somewhere around 130 for about a half-pound. It has great protein content as well.





    -Get a medium glass oven safe plan
    -use a 4 tablespoons of lite margarine or lite butter.
    -Melt the margarine or lite butter.
    -Put in the fish and let it marinade.
    -Cut up 3 lemons
    -Then cover the pan and the fish with the lemon juice from the squeezed lemon(its okay if seeds go in there)
    -Then on the fish and marinade add the following spices
    - a good amount of Lemon and Pepper seasoning
    - then use about a half a lemon to cover up the fish
    - add basil to cover a good amount (see picture)
    - add a small covering of parsley flakes and black pepper ground
    -Let marinade with all seasonings for about 20 mintues
    -Preheat over at 300 degrees
    -Turn fish over repeat marinating process
    -After the 20 minutes is up add the lemons to the pan around the fish but not touching it

    -Cook at 300 degrees for about 10 minutes
    -Then Move fish around for a little bit make sure they are still cooking well
    -turn it up to 350 and let cook for about 15-20 minutes

    Pull it out and prepare to be satisfied, this is one of my favorite things to cook for the ladies they love it. This goes great with wild rice and lemon pepper asparagus, which you can use the same marinade used as the fish on the asaragus.


    Hope the pictures help, and this was my first recipe i ever posted, so i apologize if it is a little sloppy
    Last edited by JmoneySanchez; 7/15/2010 at 11:55 pm.
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    No offense, but you murdered that asparagus.

    Thanks for the contribution to the forum though! its been pretty dead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zoxygen View Post
    No offense, but you murdered that asparagus.

    Thanks for the contribution to the forum though! its been pretty dead.
    Thank you, that was my first time ever cooking asparagus, but it still had that great flavor, just looks somewhat unattractive.
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    its just wayy overcooked. sometimes overcooked asparagus is alright if its a little charred from the grill.

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    Whats in the wild rice?

    And lol I couldn't even tell it was asparagus, thought it was green beans.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tach View Post
    Whats in the wild rice?

    And lol I couldn't even tell it was asparagus, thought it was green beans.
    a bunch of white rice. ha

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    Quote Originally Posted by h4ppydaze View Post
    a bunch of white rice. ha
    ha... i was talking about the red and green stuff
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