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Spicy Broiled Whitefish

Updated on March 8, 2015

Spicy Broiled Whitefish

I really love anything that comes out of the sea it really does not matter what it is as long as it’s eatable and today I want to share my recipe for some broiled white fish that I am sure you can make.
I really love anything that comes out of the sea it really does not matter what it is as long as it’s eatable and today I want to share my recipe for some broiled white fish that I am sure you can make. | Source

Spicy Broiled Whitefish

I really love anything that comes out of the sea it really does not matter what it is as long as it’s eatable and today I want to share my recipe for some broiled white fish that I am sure you can make.

I am telling you I am not doing anything fancy I not even going to dress my plate just making some broiled white fish and the white fish I am using is Tilapia filets.

Spicy Broiled Whitefish

Ingredients

4 - 5 oz. pieces tilapia fillets

1/4 cup fresh orange juice

2 Tablespoons of olive oil

1 Tablespoon of apple cider vinegar

4 teaspoons of cayenne

1 teaspoon of sea salt

1 teaspoon of white pepper

1 teaspoon of garlic powder

Methods

To begin making is this broiled whitefish grab out a small bowl and add all your dry ingredients and mix them all together very well then set aside using a heavy cast iron baking dish coat the dish with some nonstick cooking spray and sit this on the side also. Using a medium bowl whisk together orange juice, olive oil and apple cider vinegar add the fish and let it marinate for 15 minutes.

After 15 minutes remove the fish from the marinade place them in the cast iron baking dish pat them dry then season them with the dry seasoning mixture on both sides then let them sit for 10 minutes so the seasoning can soak through.

Pre-heat your broiler between 450 to 500 degrees and broil the fish for 8 to 10 minutes or until the fish starts to become flaky when you touch it with your fork if it’s flaky remove from the broiler and serve and enjoy.

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