How to make it

  • Dredge the tilapia filets on the flour, and add them to the melted butter and garlic to a meduim temperature saute pan.
  • Once the tilapia has finished cooking on one side, flip them over and add the jalapenos, spinach, salt, pepper, and garlic salt.
  • Prepare the angel hair pasta in boiling water and allow it to cook 3 -4 minutes
  • Once the filets begin to flake, add the heavy cream, and bring it to a slight boil.
  • Once the cream begins to boil, remove the pan from the fire and pour the lemon butter into the sauce.
  • Put pasta in bowl and pour fish and sauce over the pasta.
  • Garnish with fresh roma tomatoes and parsley.

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  • springchicken09 4 years ago
    This is what I would order at JC, too bad they are no longer here....can't wait to try this recipe! Thanks!
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  • ckaufman 6 years ago
    This was wonderfully rich and satisfying. I started off searching for a healthy fish recipe and this was way too enticing to pass up. Cream ala Cream!!!!
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  • justjakesmom 6 years ago
    I'm definitely going to try this. Sounds fantastic.
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  • turlak 6 years ago
    I'm trying this on Friday!
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  • omel7lween 7 years ago
    mmmmmmmmm

    so delecious

    and

    mouth watering!!!
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  • jaeleepoms 7 years ago
    Oh, I love this dish! I also love JC's other tilapia dish with the olives (though I don't think it's a regular on their menu). Even my 3 yo son likes to steal several bites from that dish!
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