Oven Baked Tilapia with Butter Sauce


This recipe is perfect for a busy weeknight dinner. Pre-heat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Place white fish (I used Tilapia this time) in a small casserole dish. Drizzle extra virgin olive oil, and sprinkle salt and pepper on both sides of fish. Place fresh thyme leaves throughout. Slice a couple rounds of compound butter, place on top of fish, and bake for 12-15 minutes, or until fish is flaky. Serve over raw carrot and parsley salad.

Hello swimsuit season! We are trying to keep it somewhat light around here; especially with the amount of baking we have been doing!

Stay tuned for some great posts this month including: a new segment of ATX Gluten-Free News, a Gluten-Free Ratio Rally recipe (I joined!), and giveaways from Free From Gluten, Simply Sugar and Gluten-Free and Elana’s Pantry.


Two Compound Butters: Orange-Jalapeño and Lemon-Parsley-Thyme

What’s my secret to spicing up sauces, steaks, vegetables, fish and more? Compound butter. Compound butter is a great way to add an extra layer of flavor to a dish. It’s basically a fancy term for adding herbs, zests or anything with flavor to plain old butter. They are easy to make and the possibility of ingredient combinations are endless. My favorite way to use compound butter is with proteins. I’ll saute shrimp and fish with this orange-jalapeño butter or drizzle melted lemon-parsley-thyme butter on steaks and chicken.

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