Simple Dinner – Tilapia with sake mushrooms

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When one is planning to make tilapia with a white wine, mushroom sauce… it’s a good idea to make sure you actually Have white wine! *sigh* So.. time to be creative!

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Started with baby bella mushrooms

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Sauteed in a bit of butter & olive oil

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I rinsed off the tilapia, patted the fillets dry and pressed in browned sesame seeds and freshly ground pepper. The fillets were then browned in a touch of olive oil

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Once browned on both sides they were put into a warm oven to stay wait until ready to serve.

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To the mushrooms, I added a cup of sake and a Tablespoon of low salt soy sauce – I brought the mixture to a boil and reduced the liquid to make a sauce

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The browned fillets were served on a bed of wilted spinach and then topped with the sake mushrooms. It was a pretty quick meal and had a slightly sweet taste and a little bit of a crunch from the sesame seeds. I think it’s a meal we’ll repeat.

2 comments for “Simple Dinner – Tilapia with sake mushrooms

  1. terri Lovejoy
    April 13, 2010 at 5:41 am

    I’ve never eaten tilapia…I’m not fond of many fish..however, this looks delicious & I will try it! thanks so much!

  2. Maureen
    April 15, 2010 at 9:07 pm

    This does sound wonderful! Since I do eat fish, I’ll try it!

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