Tilapia a la portugaise

Le Tilapia est un poisson à chaire blanche, ferme, peu couteux et au gout leger.

2 lbs. Tilapia Fillets

1 medium Onion, minced

2 cloves garlic minced

2 Tbsp Olive Oil

1 Tbsp each dried Basil and Oregano

1/4 cup White Wine

1 lb. peeled diced tomato (canned is fine)

Salt and White Pepper

Corn Starch mixed with water

Rinse Tilapia fillets under cold water and let drain. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Saute Onions and garlic in Olive Oil until Onion is translucent. Add White Wine, Basil and Oregano. Simmer for 1 minute.Add diced tomatoes (with juice). Simmer for 2 to 3 minutes. Season to taste with Salt and White Pepper.Thicken slightly with Corn Starch mixture. Arrange Tilapia fillets on lightly greased baking pan. Cover with tomatoes mixture. Bake at 350 until Tilapia flakes easily.



Serves 4

About Chloe254

Québécoise à peu près trentenaire qui fait de son mieux pour vivre bilingue, a Brooklyn et ailleurs. Si les bars a vins acceptaient les enfants et les chiens, et si mon chien savait se comporter en public, le monde serait parfait.

6 comments

  1. Hum. Je voulais le faire cette semaine mais le Tilapia est “temporarily unavailable” à mon épicerie et la sole est 13$ la livre… Mais que dites-vous de la même recette sur tofu plutot que poisson? Genre tofu mou-baveux, en tranches, comme le poisson??? Pensez-vous que ça serait bon??

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