Spiced Tilapia with Orange and Scallion Couscous
Jan 13, 2015
Photo credit: Con Poulos; Food styling by Rebecca Jurkevich; Prop styling by Megan Hedgpeth
Tilapia is a lean, mild fish that's easy to prepare, and this preparation pairs perfectly with the bright orange and light, fluffy couscous.
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Prep Time: 0 hours 15
Total Time: 0 hours 15
small tilapia filets
2 tbsp. no-salt Cajun, Creole, or blackening seasoning
1 tbsp. olive oil
- Heat broiler. Line a broiler-proof rimmed baking sheet with foil. Using a vegetable peeler, remove 2 strips of zest each from the orange and lemon; very thinly slice the zest and place in a medium bowl. Add the couscous and 1 cup warm tap water, cover and let sit for 10 minutes.
- Meanwhile, cut the orange in half. Cut half the orange into 4 wedges; set aside. Squeeze the juice of the remaining half and the juice of the lemon into a small bowl.
- Brush each side of the fish with the juice mixture, sprinkle with the seasoning and 1/4 teaspoon salt, and place on the prepared pan. Broil until opaque throughout, 1 to 2 minutes per side.
- Fluff the couscous with a fork and fold in the scallions, oil, and 1/4 teaspoon each salt and pepper. Serve with the fish and orange wedges.
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