Simple & Easy Baked Lemon and Garlic Tilapia

Let me say this... I am by no means a chef or great in the kitchen. There are a few things I have made that others have really loved! These are the recipes that I will be sharing. They are simple, easy, unconventional, and no where near proper..but they work and they are tasty! I am in the process of learning how to be a better cook...and of course sharing my experiences.

Today I made Baked Tilapia for lunch. Baked Tilapia is one my most favorite things to cook. It's quick, easy, and healthy! ...and I hear it's pretty good.

Tilapia Filets
Black Pepper
Lawry's Garlic Salt
Lemon Juice
Parsley Flakes
Spoonful of melted butter

1. Thaw fish and preheat oven to 425 degree 
2. Pour lemon juice in small sauce - Dip tilapia filets in lemon juice covering both sides
3. Place fish in a foil lined pan
4. Coat back side of fish with generous, but even amount of black pepper
5. Flip fish over and pour melted butter over the fish (I like to poke little holes in the fish)
6. Coat fish with black pepper (light amount), garlic salt (medium to light), and parsley flakes (medium amount)
7. Add a little water to bottom of pan 
8. Bake for 12-15 minutes
9. Add your favorite sides and enjoy!

Will you be trying this recipe? If so, I would love to hear about it!


  1. Visiting from Too Much Time...I love the name of your blog!
    This recipe looks awesome! I am totally going to try it. I usually bread tilapia and bake it and I am really bored with it, so this sounds like a great change. Thanks!

    1. Hi Susan! Thanks for stopping by! Please let me know how your tilapia turns out! Hopping over to your blog now!

  2. Your picture really came out great! I had tilapia for the first time a few months ago and really enjoyed it. The next time I make it I'll be sure to try your recipe!

    1. Thanks Brandi! I really love Tilapia! I hope you like the recipe!

  3. That words. I love tilapia too!!! Yours looks great!

  4. Thanks lady!! ...I have one piece left for lunch today!


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