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Spinach & Gruyère Stuffed Tilapia

January/February 2014

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For this healthy stuffed tilapia recipe, use two larger fillets cut lengthwise to make these savory tilapia rolls. Or look for frozen tilapia “loins” and use one loin per roll.


Spinach & Gruyère Stuffed Tilapia

4 Reviews for Spinach & Gruyère Stuffed Tilapia

04/12/2014
Great idea to spruce up Talapia

This recipe was so easy and a great variation for serving Tilapia. I added finely chopped mushroom and various spices (oregano, basil etc.) and sautéed with onions, I added additional spices to the mixed mixture. I used 4-4ounce Tilapias (all I could find). ABSOLUTELY DELICIOUS

Extremely easy and Healthy
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01/29/2014
Delicious Way to Cook Tilapia

This dish tastes decadent and is one of my new favorites. It tastes like something you would expect to get at a good restaurant although it is better for you. The cheese and lemon give it an excellent flavor and the rest of the stuffing (especially almonds) have a nice texture. I will be making this again soon!

Full of flavor, rich, not hard to make
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01/09/2014
Anonymous
Easy to Make, Tastes incredible

Followed recipe exactly. Was tasty, light, fresh. Will definitely make again.

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01/07/2014
Mis En Place helps

My tilapia was too thick, so the really thick piece, I cut a pocket and stuffed it, the not so thick piece got the stuffing spooned on top. I was cooking for 2, so halved everything except the egg. I think the egg helped hold things together.

Easy, fairly quick to make
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irishgal5959 wrote 32 weeks 4 days ago

I added finely chopped

I added finely chopped mushrooms with the onions, I also seasoned the vegetable mixture with some basil and oregano season. I also added more spinach. After rolling up the tilapia I added dill to the top.

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