How to make it

  • In a medium Saute' pan, heat the oil over high flame. When a drop of water sizzles on contact, add the onions (or shallots) and string beans. Stirring often, cook until edges begin to brown, about 5 minutes.
  • Turn heat down a bit. then add garlic and fish, and then the wine over it. Make sure you keep mixing the beans and onions to keep it from burning too much.
  • Add the lemon juice and spices to the fish. You can add more to the beans if you'd like.
  • Fish becomes rubbery and gross if cooked too long, so for thin filets like Tilapia, 5 minutes on either side should be good.
  • Once done, remove from heat and serve immediately over rice or mashed potatoes. Or, have it without starch like I did. Don't worry if the fillet falls apart, it tastes great so who cares what it looks like?
  • Unless you're making this for a dinner party... then well, shame on you! lol

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  • kayerisden 8 years ago
    Sounds good, but I tend to use recipes with fewer ingredients.
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    ghostshouter ate it and said...
    "So who cares what it looks like"

    I agree!

    We're going to eat healthier! We did not even discuss this.

    I looked up tilapia and it also has low levels of mercury, so I'm guessing this is part of this choice of fish for you since you gave me a lecture on this. Sounds good.

    I just can't imagine for the life of me ever, ever... cooking with wine. I know many do and you are zee chef, but surely there's some alternative? lol
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