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Baby Bella Mushroom Tilapia Marsala

A very mild white fish, baked with mushrooms and  flavored breadcrumbs, swimming in a buttery marsala sauce.


4  Tilapia Filets
1 cup sliced  baby bella mushrooms
1/2 cup of Italian flavored bread crumbs
4 tablespoons of butter melted
6 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil
1/4 cup of Marsala Wine
1 clove minced garlic
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
1/4 teaspoon black pepper, cayenne pepper and salt
2 tablespoons grating cheese
fresh chopped parsley for on top of fish
Directions

Place  fish laying flat in an oil sprayed 2 inch baking dish. In a bowl mix bread crumbs,  grating cheese, garlic, spices, and 3 tablespoons of olive oil. Top each piece of fish with breading mixture then mushrooms.  Sprinkle chopped parsley on top of each piece of fish. In a seperate bowl, mix Marsala, butter and the rest of the olive oil and pour around fish, reserving a little for the top and drizzle more butter sauce over fish.

Bake at 350 until browned and fish flakes with fork..around 35 to 45 minutes.

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24 comments:

  1. Amazing! Tilapia is such a easy fish to prepare and you just know everyone will enjoy it due to the mild taste. I bet that recipe presents the most wonderful array of flavors.
    Great job!
    ... now I have to go check out those waffles in your last post. I'm hungry again :)

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  2. Loving your buttery marsala sauce, very yummy!

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  3. Yum! I can almost smell it through the picture!

    What a delicious dish. Yum! Love this!

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  4. What a lovelty twist for Marsala - the mild tilapia goes with just about anything. One of our favorites. Definitely going to play with this scrumptious idea.

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  5. Claudia,
    This looks so good, I want a plate now. Making me hungry and it is lunch time now! The baby bellas are so good!

    Bon appetit!
    CCR
    =:~)

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  6. great way for tilapia,like emily,i can smell this picture!:))

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  7. Never made a marsala sauce for fish, but this looks like a great twist on the classic :)

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  8. I agree...a fantastic twist on a classic. And this will make Tilapia such a wonderful entree...lovely. me will definitely do this one :)

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  9. Love the buttery sauce Claudia. Marsala is my all time favorite wine to cook with! Seems the nice weather has brought about fish cravings. Dad bought some catfish last weekend.

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  10. what a different take on this dish, love it - the butter with the wine has got to be yummy

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  11. Marsala is one of my brother's absolute favorite dishes and he'd go crazy for this. Tilapia is a lovely, inexpensive fish that cooks up great.

    Fabulous dish. Thanks for all your support, much appreciated.

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  12. When I see any liquor mentioned in a recipe...I figure that the recipe is already halfway to being good. Adding all your other ingredients...can only enhance it to the greatness level ;o)

    Have a great one,
    Claudia

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  13. With our recent chilly weather this recipe looks like a perfect way to warm up!

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  14. Oh Goodness, why are doing this to me, Claudia (smile)? You must know by now that fish and shrimp are my vegetarian weakness! This looks delicious. I really need to make a marsala over something soon;)

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  15. I really love tillapia, is one of the lightest and delicate fishes I use regularly...I am just imagining it exactly how you made it, with mushrooms hummmmm!! thanks for the share

    Rico-Tried and Tested Recipes

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  16. Ooh, those mushrooms are calling to me! A lovely, warm dish for a fall evening.

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  17. Wow, I just love this sauce...Gorgeous dish! Excellent choice for Tilapia :)

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  18. You have some of the best fish recipes - love this! So creative to use marsala with fish.

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  19. You know, I have never tired a marsala sauce on fish before. What a delicious idea and those mushroom look heavenly. Another wonderful recipe from your kitchen.

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  20. I always said you had the best fish and shellfish recipes!This just rocks!!! There is nothing in it I don't want to devour - the sauce sounds amazing and goodness, it looks beautiful too!

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  21. Claudia, I think you can read my mind....have been wondering how to fix tilapia differently all week. You are amazing with how much you can prepare each week! WOW!!!!

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  22. yum, this looks delicious! so many great ingredients - my plate would be clean in no time!

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  23. MMMMM, looks fabulous!!! We eat a lot of tilapia and love marsala so the combo is perfect! Kate

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