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What's Cooking with Trice! Creole Tilapia and Steamed Veggies (7 Minute Meal): YUM-YUM!

SO if you're like me, you are always on the go! As much as I love to dine out, I enjoy cooking for myself as well. However, sometimes I'm too exhausted to bust out the pots and pans for an elaborate meal. This dish is super easy, super quick, and only requires 5 ingredients....AND  IT'S GOOD FOR YOU!

YOU'LL NEED:
* Tilapia Fillets
* Extra-Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO)
* 2 garlic cloves
* Seasoning of Choice (I used Tony Chacheres Cajun Seasoning and Lemon Pepper)
* A Box of "Steam in a Bag" Veggies (I used Green Giant)




DIRECTIONS:
1.) Chop up you garlic cloves and saute them in a skillet with a the Olive Oil. ( make sure the garlic doesn't get too brown because it'll taste bitter.)
2.)  Season, then add your tilapia fillets to the skillet and cook on each side (about 2 mins. each)


IT's Smelling soooo GOOD!

3.) Steam your veggies, plate them along with your tilapia and WHA-LAH dinner is served!!!  I put the other fillet in a plastic storage container for lunch at work tomorrow.

 This meal is soooo good and it only takes about 7 minutes to cook.  Quick-Easy-Tasty!!!  Perfect dinner for the beginning of the week.

~Trice

14 comments

  1. I'm making this tonight! Looks so good!

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  2. It tastes as good as it looks. If you try it please let me know how it turns out!

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  3. i cooked some tilapia last night or dinner the same way but i added lime juice!!!! Yum!

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  4. Had tilapia the other night. Fish is so great, quick to cook, and healthy. Guess the jambalaya on the side did not help;)

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  5. LOVE this post !!!
    not the best thing to read being hungryy haha Your blog is adorable *
    wanna follow eachother ? :)
    xx-hotbynight

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  6. i love some tilapia and this looks delish! i have a really good italian breadcrumb topping recipe. you've inspired me to post it on the blog one day. thanks!

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  7. I love tilapia and we have this creole seasoning! So yep, I'l lbe trying this. P.S. Garlic is a good friend of mine.

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  8. This is a great recipe doll and thank you so much for sharing.
    Thank you so much for your comment and on my blog and I'm following you too now...let's keep in touch.

    xoxo
    http://fashionmakeuplifestyle.blogspot.com/

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  9. Looks goood! You have a fab blog girl

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  10. huum looking yummy, thanks for sharing
    nice blog..
    im a new follower sweety !!

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