Try tilapia for the 2nd day of Christmas

The day before Christmas Eve can be more hectic than either Christmas itself or Christmas Eve. Chances are you still have to go to work and then cook for family and visitors when you get home at night. Or, you’re running around doing last-minute shopping, picking up kids home from college and relatives visiting from afar. You don’t have a lot of time to cook.

A simple tilapia dinner
A simple tilapia dinner

So try a simple tilapia dish. Tilapia fillets cook quickly and you can use a variety of no-salt seasoning mixes to add flavor. Click here to see my recipe.

Go with broccoli for a side, make a big salad for everyone too. If you ant get fresh broccoli or don’t have the time to clean it, try frozen instead.
John

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