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Five-Spice Tilapia

July/August 2010

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Chinese five-spice powder, soy sauce and brown sugar make a quick glaze for tilapia. You’ll need a skillet that is 12 inches or larger to accommodate the pound of tilapia fillets—if you don’t have one large enough, use 2 smaller skillets instead or cook them in two separate batches, using more oil as necessary.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Soooo easy and soooo good! I didn't have any 5-spice but I used allspice as someone else said they did along with some cinnamon and northwoods seasoning. I don't think this is anywhere near what the 5-spice tastes like, but it...
Five-Spice Tilapia

40 Reviews for Five-Spice Tilapia

01/09/2015
Anonymous

Glaze has a wonderfully balanced spicy/salty/sweet flavor that gives a new twist (for us) to tilapia. Seemed to pair well with a savory cauliflower mash first time around but will experiment with other vegetable complements in the future. Placed fish under broiler instead of into skillet to simplify preparation and clean-up. Excellent.

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01/09/2015
Anonymous

Glaze has a wonderfully balanced spicy/salty/sweet flavor that gives a new twist (for us) to tilapia. Seemed to pair well with a savory cauliflower mash first time around but will experiment with other vegetable complements in the future. Placed fish under broiler instead of into skillet to simplify preparation and clean-up. Excellent.

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01/09/2015
Anonymous

Glaze has a wonderfully balanced spicy/salty/sweet flavor that gives a new twist (for us) to tilapia. Seemed to pair well with a savory cauliflower mash first time around but will experiment with other vegetable complements in the future. Placed fish under broiler instead of into skillet to simplify preparation and clean-up. Excellent.

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01/09/2015
Anonymous

Glaze has a wonderfully balanced spicy/salty/sweet flavor that gives a new twist (for us) to tilapia. Seemed to pair well with a savory cauliflower mash first time around but will experiment with other vegetable complements in the future. Placed fish under broiler instead of into skillet to simplify preparation and clean-up. Excellent.

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01/09/2015
Anonymous

Glaze has a wonderfully balanced spicy/salty/sweet flavor that gives a new twist (for us) to tilapia. Seemed to pair well with a savory cauliflower mash first time around but will experiment with other vegetable complements in the future. Placed fish under broiler instead of into skillet to simplify preparation and clean-up. Excellent.

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