My cousin got tickets to see a taping of The Chew here in New York for September 11, 2013. I had a really great time watching them tape the show and I got to see Mario Batali and Gloria Estefan who I am a really big fan of. Gloria is quite delightful and filled with personality. Gloria was helping to make Chocolate Truffles which looked absolutely amazing and very easy do. I think that will be on my bucket list of things to make and blog about. Michael Symon, who is also a co-host was making Fluke Milanese which looked really good and quite easy to make. I didn’t have any fluke on hand, so my version is made with Tilapia. I also made mine a little different than he did. Tilapia is a very versatile white fish that goes great in any recipe. To see how I made tilapia milanese, keep reading.
What is tilapia?
Tilapia is a very popular type of fish that is not native to North America. The name Tilapia is actually a Latin word that translates to “fringed” or “pingy”. Tilapia is an omnivore fish, which means that it feeds on both plants and animals. In the United States, Tilapia are imported from countries such as Israel and China. Tilapia is considered to be one of the best tasting fish that has ever been farmed. Some people who are not used to eating Tilapia actually say that Tilapia tastes like chicken.
Tilapia is a freshwater fish that is native to Africa. It is a popular fish to eat because it is relatively inexpensive and it has a mild flavor. Tilapia can be cooked in a variety of ways, including being baked, grilled, or fried.
Tilapia Milanese Recipe
- 4 large Tilapia fillets
- 1 cup flour
- 1 cup Panko bread crumbs
- 2 large eggs beaten
- ¼ cup extra virgin olive oil
- Salt and pepper to taste
- 2 cups baby arugula
- 1 cup tomatoes cut into large chunks
- ½ small red onion thinly sliced
- 4 tbsp. extra virgin olive oil
- Juice of 1 lemon
- Salt and pepper to taste
- In a large bowl add the arugula, tomatoes and onions and toss. To a large glass measuring cup add the lemon juice, oil, salt and pepper. Mix well. When ready to serve drizzle over the salad.
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About Tilapia Milanese
Deep-fried Tilapia Milanese recipe
This Italian-style deep-fried Tilapia recipe can be easily prepared in a matter of thirty minutes. The Milanese preparation involves dipping a thin fillet of fish in eggs, coating it with Italian-seasoned bread crumbs, and then pan-frying it until it is golden brown.
First, make the panko mixture. Place it in a single layer on a sheet pan. Heat it at 375 degrees for 3-5 minutes until golden brown. Add the tilapia fillets to the panko mixture, then pat them into the crumbs to adhere. Then, place them on a plate lined with parchment paper. Preheat a 12-inch nonstick skillet to medium-high heat. Add a few fillets at a time and cook until they are golden brown.
Another way to cook tilapia is to air fry them. This is a healthier and quick way to prepare this recipe. This recipe calls for just 1.5 tablespoons of oil and is as tasty as a deep-fried version. Tilapia is a common fish in the United States, and can be purchased at reasonable prices.
This delicious, Italian-style recipe calls for a marinade made of tangy lemon juice, garlic, and other flavorful ingredients. The fish is then fried until it is golden brown and flaky. A side dish of sauteed vegetables can be served with it. The ingredients are simple and delicious, and the recipe also includes a complete ingredient list.
Baked Tilapia recipe
To make Tilapia Milanese baked, start by washing the tilapia fillets. Once clean, rub them with flour and then dip them in the egg mixture. Next, coat them with fresh breadcrumbs. Bake for 8 to 10 minutes, or until opaque and the crust starts to flake. Serve with lemon wedges.
If you want a lighter dish, you could add a salad and roasted lemon basil potatoes to the dish. You could also serve the tilapia with rice and a side of salad. For leftovers, wrap it up in foil or a storage container. Reheating it in the oven is another option.
Whether you’re looking for an easy one-dish meal or a romantic dinner for two, a simple Tilapia Milanese recipe is an excellent option. It’s a tasty, one-dish meal that can be prepared in as little as 30 minutes. This dish is great for entertaining, and you can customize it according to your family’s preferences. Just remember that you can adjust the spices and seasonings according to your own preferences.