Pan Fried Tilapia Fish. Fried Tilapia or any kind of fried fish is easy to cook. I'm sure that we all have our own ways of frying fish. When it comes to eating fried fish, I'm not sure if I'm doing it like most Filipino does.
Tilapia can get a bad wrap. It's not tender and fatty like salmon, nor is it firm and flavorful like tuna. It's sort of an in-between fish, and can often be written off as boring. You can cook Pan Fried Tilapia Fish using 7 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Pan Fried Tilapia Fish
- It’s 500 g of tilapia fish fillet.
- It’s 2 of tsb cooking oil.
- Prepare of Onion rings.
- It’s 1 of little coriander leaves chopped.
- You need 1 tsp of tumeric powder.
- You need 1 of lemon for lemon juice.
- It’s 1 of Chopped garlic.
Spicy seasoned fish fillets are quickly pan fried and served in warm corn tortillas with lime juice, a creamy lime-seasoned coleslaw blend, and shredded cheese. Deliciously seasoned tilapia (white fish) dish. I threw this together, and the whole family including the kids devoured it and wanted more! Sandra's pan-fried tilapia is great for those who don't like a fishy taste.
Pan Fried Tilapia Fish instructions
- Marinate the fish fillet with tumeric powder, lemon juice and garlic powder for 90mins.
- Heat cooking oil in a shallow frying pan. Dip the marinade to fry on one side then toss to fry on the other side..
- Keep tossing on both sides till 3 tosses..
- Add the onion rings and coriander leaves..
- Add 1 tsp chilli and a pinch salt according to your taste..
- Cover and allow to cook for 5mins..
- Serve with kachumbari sauce. Thanks Roopal for this recipe.
Turn down the heat to the pan the tilapia was cooked to low and add the butter. This super easy pan-fried tilapia is filled with an impressive punch of "party in your mouth" flavor! This Quick Pan-Fried Tilapia is super flavorful and so easy to put together for dinner on busy weeknights, or to add to your weekly meal prep. The fish is lightly crusty on the inside and flaky on the inside. So this Pan Seared Tilapia is right up my alley!