January 24th, 2011, 11:40 PM #11
Deep fried and garlic over fried rice and green beans. Save the BBQ'D for the real meat.
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January 25th, 2011, 10:48 AM #12
Thank you all for the advice, I know tilapia isn't the best fish out there, it was just easy for me to find and help me out in my p90x diet. Thanks again everyone!
January 27th, 2011, 10:01 PM #13
Tilapia filets are so thin you want to steam them, sous vide them (in a plastic bag with warm/hot water), or quickly cook them in a grill pan. Don't like the way Tilapia smells pan fried indoors.
For a grilled bbq Tilapia like others said foil would work best (never tried). For whole (real) fish, greased hot grill, lemon slices inside with seasoning and a good glob of butter.
I don't think Tilapia deserves a plank. That's just my opinion
January 28th, 2011, 08:54 PM #14
ya, i usually eat this fish panko crusted and fried. i tried grilling it once after it was marinated in lemon herb and it still tasted bland. i probably should have tried broiling it... i prefer the breading though because it locks the moisture in.
January 29th, 2011, 03:06 PM #15
fried fish is almost always good.
January 30th, 2011, 08:54 PM #16
Originally Posted by salami
Because of this:
Originally Posted by orpheus
Originally Posted by !Kings!
People love tilapia for the same reason people love tofu - it has no flavor of its own, so whatever flavor you add to it, that's what you end up tasting. The stuff itself is simply a delivery system. So don't tell me you love tofu or tilapia, tell me the flavor you love that you can enjoy through those flavorless, formless wastes of space.
Originally Posted by BeerMan
"Only a numbskull thinks he knows things about things he knows nothing about."
"It's understanding that makes it possible for people like us to tolerate a person like yourself."
January 30th, 2011, 11:38 PM #17
i like the texture of tofu... my husband doesn't care for it so to get him to eat it, i fry it and put it in salads. otherwise, i can eat it plain, with a little bit of soy or with soy and nori furikake. most of the time, i just eat it plain though. can't say the same for tilapia.
January 31st, 2011, 05:33 AM #18
tilapia used to be a garbage fish but with the way humans are depleting our wild fisheries it has become a normal item to see now.
January 31st, 2011, 10:33 PM #19
Yep. And you humans are talking out a lot of dolphins when fishing. :(