Lemon Pepper Dill Tilapia Recipe

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My daughter got the love of seafood from the many cruises we have taken.  One of my first memories of her eating seafood (other than fish sticks) was when she was 8 years old.  She ordered an encrusted halibut fillet, and our servers joked with her that they spent the morning fishing off the side of the ship for it.  It was so cute.  She proclaimed the fish nothing short of delicious, and began her quest to order seafood for each meal.  My husband though does not share her love for seafood, so we don’t eat it as often as she’d like.  If I stick to a mild fish, he’s usually okay with it, as long as we don’t have it too often.

McCormick sent me some Recipe & Seasoning mixes to try out in my home, and I used the Lemon Pepper Dill Tilapia the other evening.  My husband said (without prompting I might add!) “This is really good!”  He actually liked it…and had seconds!  I think that’s when I decided these McCormick seasoning mixes would be a staple on my grocery list (they are also available in Tomato Basil Salmon and Savory Garlic & Italian Herb Shrimp).

This is a delicious way to ‘spice’ up your fish (you wouldn’t have to use it on tilapia, any mild white fish would work), and it’s a great recipe to incoporate if you observe Lent.  While I think the optimal way to eat seafood is on a cruise ship , this is actually a really quick dinner to get on the table.  About 5 minutes (or less) to prepare) and 30 minutes (or less depending on the thickness of your fillets) in the oven.  Your family might be begging for fish again after they eat it, and that’s the sign of a pretty good dish.   If you purchase the product and make the recipe, come back and let me know what you thought of it.

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Lemon Pepper Dill Tilapia

4 –  3 oz Tilapia Fillets
6 teaspoons McCormick Lemon Pepper Dill Tilapia Recipe & Seasoning Mix 
2 tablespoons melted butter


Preheat oven to 350 degrees.  On a nonstick cookie sheet, layout your fillets.  Sprinkle each fillet with 1 1/2 teaspoons of the seasoning mix.  Drizzle each fillet with 1/2 tablespoon of melted butter.  Bake for 20 to 30 minutes (depending on the thickness of your fillets).

It tastes amazing, and will make your taste buds happy!

Tammy Litke received samples of McCormick products to make this recipe and share it with you. 

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