Greek Roasted Tilapia

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This recipe for Greek Roasted Tilapia is one of my favorite fish recipes ever.  The best part is that it is healthy and low fat!
Greek Roasted Tilapia is an is easy and quick and perfect for clean eating
This recipe is from my friend, Diana Thomas.  Her husband calls her Dizzy because she is forgetful and can go off on 5 tangents in one conversation. It’s why we get along so well. I do that too.  
 For the past few years, she and I both have been trying to lose weight and get healthy. Unfortunately, our wine habits and our kids have not made that easy!  You know how that is, and Diana has 5! You will love this Greek fish recipe because it’s so full of flavor and is quick and easy for a weeknight meal. The tomatoes are tangy, the garlic fragrant and roasted, and the feta gives it just enough salt.Greek Roasted Tilapia is full of flavor with garlic, feta and tomatoes and is a quick weeknight meal it's our favorite fish dish
Greek Roasted Tilapia
Author: Kelley @ Miss Information Blog
Ingredient List
  • 1 1/2 tbsp minced fresh garlic
  • 1 tsp extra virgin olive oil
  • 1/3 cup chopped fresh flat-leaf parsley
  •  2/3 cup seeded and chopped Roma tomatoes
  • 1 3/4 oz reduced fat feta cheese crumbled
  • 1/2 lb tilapia fillets bones removed
  • Salt and Pepper
  • Olive oil nonstick cooking spray
  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Lightly coat a medium baking dish with nonstick cooking spray. Mix garlic, olive oil, parsley, tomatoes and feta in a medium bowl. Lightly coat both sides of tilapia fillets with nonstick cooking spray, then season both sides with salt and pepper. Lay fillets side by side, barely touching, in prepared baking dish. Top evenly with tomato mixture. Bake 13-17 minutes, or until fish flakes with a fork and is no longer translucent. Serve immediately.

 I serve it with brown rice, but you could use pasta as well. Everyone I make it for loves it, except my kids, because they are so picky. Let me know how you like it.  I promise you will not be disappointed, and it’s even better reheated the next day in the microwave!

4 Responses

  1. Thanks so much for this recipe! I made it with flounder filets and orzo rice pilaf with chickpeas and some avocado on the side. This is officially one of my favorite recipes, thanks for the inspiration!
    1. That sounds awesome Kremi! If you have a picture or next time you make it take one I'd love for you to share it on my Miss Information Facebook page -
  2. I made it and loved it. I like bold flavours and don't mind a bit more fat, so I added a bit of mayonnaise to my portion before eating. I served it on a bed of couscous and onions cooked with ghee and lemon pepper. I will make it again, thank you!

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