So before I get started I want to mention my husband has been
talking about this dish for the past 2 days.
Even asking me to make it two nights in a row. He’s been talking about how fresh
it was & how much he enjoyed it. How it was such a healthy meal.
You get the picture right!? It’s obviously good.
So this recipe came from e-meals. You have heard me talk about this site before,
so hopefully you have checked them out by now. I changed it up just a tad.
I used tilapia instead of the cod it called for. I don’t have anything against
cod (because I have never even had it), we just had tilapia on hand.
Feel free to use whatever fish you prefer. I’m not a fish lover, but if I had to chose
it would be tilapia. Zero fish smell & not too much of a fish flavor. It takes on
the flavor of the seasoning which I like. All in all its a very clean fish.
Served with lemon snap peas.
12 – 16 oz Tilapia fillets
1 tsp Cajun seasoning
1 1/2 tablespoons self raising flour
1/4 cup yellow cornmeal
1/2 teaspoon butter
1 table spoon olive oil
1 lemon – cut into slices
Sprinkle fillets with half of the Cajun seasoning.
Combine remaining seasoning, flour & cornmeal in a large shallow dish.
Dredge fillets into the mixture. Melt butter with oil in skillet. Add fillets.
Cook 3-4 minutes on each side until fish flakes easily with fork.
Places slices of lemon on top of fillets before serving.