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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 [3] and Grilled Garlic Bread [4].

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 [3] and the Grilled Garlic Bread [4].
3. Serve Tilapia on the Grill with Buttery Succotash with Dill and Grilled Garlic Bread.

Cost $5.04