Tilapia is a favorite of mine, especially when I want to make a relatively quick, healthy meal. So I’m always looking for new ways to prepare it. I have several you can check out on my recipe page.
Recently, I came across this recipe for Greek Roasted Tilapia in People magazine. Here’s a version that looks very close on Food.com (I can;t find People recipes online, they must be behind a pay wall).
The recipe calls for reduced fat feta, I substituted fat-free feta which I find is relatively easy to find in my area. I also leave out the salt suggested. The recipe is for half a pound of tilapia. Other ingredients are parsley, garlic, tomatoes and black pepper along with olive oil, so it’s pretty basic.
When I tried it, I had a pound and a quarter so had to multiple out the amount of ingredients. I didn’t have enough tomatoes to do that, so mine turned out a bit dried than I would like. My wife, who eats everything drier and more well-done than I do, loved it just the way it was, so your choice on how many tomatoes you use.
I also added some lemon juice after it was cooked, again to juice it up a bit. Try it and let me know what you think.