Tilapia on the Grill

I dug out some tilapia fillets from the depths of the freezer.  Thankfully they were vacuum packed and in another freezer bag, so they almost as good as fresh!

I wanted to grill the fillets straight on the grill, but they were too thin…so I “foil grill” it is. And we’ll round out the meal with Buttery Succotash with Dill and Grilled Garlic Bread.

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Grilled Tilapia

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Ingredients

4 frozen tilapia fillets ($2.99)
1 Tbsp lemon juice ($.05)
1 Tbsp Seafood seasoning -lemon and dill ($.05)
Grilled Garlic Bread ($.75)
Buttery Succotash with Dill ($1.20)

Directions

1. Place the thawed fish fillets into a foil pouch, add a dash or two of lemon juice to each fillet and season with a little seafood seasoning.  Wrap the fillet in the foil and place on the grill.  Grill for 7-10 minutes, or until fillet is white through and through.

2. Prepare the Buttery Succotash with Dill and the Grilled Garlic Bread.
3. Serve Tilapia on the Grill with Buttery Succotash with Dill and Grilled Garlic Bread.

Cost $5.04

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Comments

  1. John says

    I just don’t understand when “you” grill in this recipe why you don’t allow it to get the full compliments of the grilling by encasing it in foil! It just boggles my mind. You might as well just .bake it in an oven

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