Creole Mustard Battered Tilapia

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Michele R.: "Omg I will be making this again. This has to be t…" Read More
7Ingredients
22Minutes
220Calories

Ingredients

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  • vegetable oil (for frying)
  • 1 cup milk
  • 3 tablespoons creole mustard (ZATARAIN'S®)
  • 1 lemon
  • 1 1/2 pounds tilapia fillets
  • 3/4 cup fish (ZATARAIN'S® Crispy Southern, Fri®)
  • ground black pepper
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    Directions

    1. Pour oil into deep heavy skillet, filling no more than 1/3 full. Heat on medium-high heat to 375°F
    2. Mix milk, Creole Mustard and lemon juice in shallow dish. Dip fish into mustard mixture, then coat with Fish-Fri. Carefully add to hot oil, a few pieces at a time
    3. Fry 4 minutes until golden brown. Drain on paper towels. Sprinkle with black pepper just before serving
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    NutritionView More

    220Calories
    Sodium8% DV190mg
    Fat14% DV9g
    Protein61% DV31g
    Carbs2% DV5g
    Fiber4% DV1g
    Calories220Calories from Fat80
    % DAILY VALUE
    Total Fat9g14%
    Saturated Fat2g10%
    Trans Fat0g
    Cholesterol80mg27%
    Sodium190mg8%
    Potassium560mg16%
    Protein31g61%
    Calories from Fat80
    % DAILY VALUE
    Total Carbohydrate5g2%
    Dietary Fiber1g4%
    Sugars3g6%
    Vitamin A2%
    Vitamin C25%
    Calcium10%
    Iron8%

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

    Reviews(2)

    Michele R. 2 years ago
    Omg I will be making this again. This has to be the best tilapia recipe I have had in a long time. I did dredge the fish in flour as per one of the other comments and the fish remained coated and came out crispy.
    Cheron McAleece 2 years ago
    It's really delicious and moist. However, the recipe calls for almost twice as much milk/lemon for 4 pieces of fish and I hate wasting it. Also, unless you shake the fish in some flour before you dredge it in the lemon/milk etc. mixture, there's no chance the breeding is going to stick.

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