Ingredients

How to make it

  • Put the butter/margerine on a baking dish put it in the oven while its pre-heating until it is melted.
  • mix egg, milk, garlic powder, and pepper in a bowl and put tilapia in
  • I let it soak in for about 10 minutes.
  • In a bag combine Bisquick and Old Bay.
  • toss one filet at a time in the bag to coat.
  • place on warm pan with melted butter
  • cook on 400 for about 20-30 minutes turning half way through. (the trick is not to lose your coating- I kept the excess and sprinkled a little on after the flip)

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  • NPMarie 5 months ago
    IMI review
    Lowfat Bisquick Tilapia

    Please add this to the "I Made It" group..Thank you:)
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  • jett2whit 2 years ago
    This does sound yummy :-)
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  • nativeprincess 3 years ago
    Sounds delicious! The beauty of this recipe is you can use your favorite fish in this...We love cod, so that's what I will use :)
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  • keni 4 years ago
    Just made this for the recipe swap, and all I can say is...how easy is this?? :) And it's so good. The only changes I made on purpose was that I used regular bisquick, my seasoning blend with black pepper instead of JUST black pepper and a touch of dill... and I broiled it for the last couple minutes to get that great color and crispness. The change I made not on purpose was to add an additional about 1/2 an egg... cus apparently one of our hens decided she wanted twins and threw a double yoker. :) Anyway, very very good, and everyone loved it. A great weekday meal! Thanks, Laurie! Added a pic.
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  • knoxcop 4 years ago
    Laurie, thanks for a great post. This is going on next week's "try it" list. I'll report back in after I've made 'em! --Kn0x--
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    " It was excellent "
    sparow64 ate it and said...
    Yummy! On the list to try!
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  • sday5 4 years ago
    I will give this a try. Thanks
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    " It was excellent "
    juels ate it and said...
    I bet my kids would love this too! Thansk for a great recipe!
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  • crazycookinchick 4 years ago
    Hmmmmm..... Awesome idea, I've just never been able to get over the taste of bisquick. Is there something else I could use??? The concept sounds awesome!!
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  • justjakesmom 4 years ago
    I'm always looking for something else to do with my tilapia... thanks Laurie! ;')
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  • otterpond 4 years ago
    That sounds simple enough. Thanks for the tip about soaking the fish for a bit. I'm not a very experienced fish maker and that sounds a good idea. I imagine it removes any fishiness which is probably why those of your family who are fish crazy loved this recipe so much. I've got it on the must try list. Thanks.
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    " It was excellent "
    valinkenmore ate it and said...
    Wonderful post Laurie!
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  • mrtnzangel8 4 years ago
    What a great idea! I might give this a try tomorrow...
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