Almond Crusted Tilapia

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Often I question what it would resemble to work from house.

Today I have actually been on Spring Break, and given that I have a book to complete writing (almostdone almostdone almostdone), I get to check out this entire working from house gig.

If you can call it that.

Here’s what occurs when I “work from house”:

  1. Sweatpants. Not even yoga trousers I suggest full-out SWEATpants. Not that I’m sweating or anything.
  2. I’m in fact freezing, so naturally I mummy-wrap myself in a blanket, take a seat at the computer system, and attempt to stick my arms out of the blanket to type. It’s not regular.
  3. My feet get cold so I place on my Santa socks.
  4. On my method to get the Santa socks, I keep in mind those brownies in the cooking area. And hot chocolate? Snickety treat time.
  5. Hmmm, what could I publish on Instagram?

Crushed almonds on an orange plate.

  1. Work.
  2. Work makes me starving so I consume some chocolate chips.
  3. I Spotify. Browse, listen. Browse.
  4. Lunch time? Sweet.
  5. I look for the enchilada photos.
  6. Aww, appearance, our Puerto Rico photos from 4 years back!
  7. I ask myself if I ever published those on Facebook?
  8. Done. Good idea I got that done today.
  9. I recollect about the great times we had on holiday with our good friends. I feel unfortunate.
  10. I invest an hour on
  11. Where are those remaining Oreos, anyways?

Almond crusted tilapia cut into pieces in a fork.

Working from house has actually been questionable.

This almond crusted tilapia, on the other hand, is a staple in our home.

It’s crispy, it’s gently fried however simply gently, so it still feels healthy-ish. The mustard offers it an enlivened kick and the crispy sea salt almond combination with the flaky white fish? Um, yes.

It’s even best for non-fish enthusiasts due to the fact that the tilapia is so moderate.

However who does not enjoy buttery white fish? Pshh.

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Almond Crusted Tilapia

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This almond crusted tilapia has simply 5 components and is light, healthy, and very simple. Squashed almonds provide best texture and taste to the tilapia.

Active Ingredients


  1. Location the almonds and breadcrumbs in a food mill and pulse till coarsely ground into a crumb-like mix. Location the crumb mix on a plate or in a shallow bowl.
  2. Heat oil and butter in a fry pan over medium-high heat.
  3. Spread each tilapia filet with 1 tablespoon Dijon mustard on both sides. Press the tilapia into the crumbs to get it covered on both sides. I normally do this a number of times to ensure the entire thing gets covered.
  4. Location the fish into the fry pan and cook for a number of minutes on each side, till the exterior is browned and the fish is completely prepared. I normally simply inspect the middle of the fish for doneness pieces will exfoliate quickly when it’s done.
  5. Serve with parmesan, sea salt, or lemon.

Keywords: almond crusted tilapia, almond crusted fish, tilapia dish

Today we’re shooting a last video for the book, and after that we’re directed north to leave town for the weekend! YEHAW!

TGIF and delighted fishing!

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