Recipe: Yummy Steamed tilipia with asparagus and lemon
Steamed tilipia with asparagus and lemon. Tilapia, a relatively plentiful fish, has the unfortunate reputation of being dull. The beautiful thing about fish is that it rarely takes long to make—you can cook fillets on the stove and have them ready in a jiff. Steam asparagus gently until tender, certainly not mushy.
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Ingredients of Steamed tilipia with asparagus and lemon
- You need 2 of tilipia, 2 lemons, lemon pepper seasoning, asparagus, salt, foil.
Steaming is the ideal way to cook tilapia because it eliminates the need for extra fat and preserves the water-soluble B vitamins. Steam the tilapia and asparagus in the same skillet to cut down on after-dinner clean-up. Place a large steamer basket in skillet. Add asparagus to basket; reduce heat to medium.
Steamed tilipia with asparagus and lemon instructions
- Lay foil sheet down.
- Season tilipia with lemon pepper n lay on top of foil.
- After cutting off ends from asparagus sprinkle a little salt and lay on top of tilipia.
- Top it off with 3 lemon slices.
- Wrap up the foil leaving space inside. Do not close tightly. Cook for 15min at 375°.
Serve the tilapia with the asparagus; garnish with gremolata mixture. Drizzle the asparagus and fish with olive oil, if desired. Once the asparagus is finished, put it on a plate and then top with the baked tilapia. For added flavor if desired, top with lemon juice. Drizzle the tilapia with the olive oil, then dredge in the cheese mixture, pressing it in lightly with your fingers if necessary.