This was one of those dinners that was so good I made it again the very next night. Seriously. It may have also had something to do with the fact that I had a costco size tray of tilapia fillets that had to get used up. But that’s besides the point.
The fact that my husband looked up half way through his meal and stated “this is the best fish you’ve made in a long time” should also convince you why you too should purchase a costco size tray of tilapia fillets. It also made me wonder what was wrong with our last of couple fish dinners...
If you’ve been reading our blog for some time now, you know that Erin and I have a thing for creamy sauces. What would these fish tacos be without that lime crema? So it shouldn’t shock you that underneath the crunchy panko exterior lies a very flavourful mayo coating that helps to keep the tilapia nice and moist.
I’ve been known to make a double or even triple batch of this mixture and use it on everything from fish to veggies to salad.
This tilapia can act as the perfect main to a one pan supper. I served it with some green beans and tomatoes that I roasted right along side the fillets. The best part? The clean up! Roll up the aluminum foil and done. No muss no fuss – just the way I like it!