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April 24, 2012 | 1 minute read

Tantalizing Tilapia

Brimming with flavor, this week’s Health-e-Recipe for Tilapia with Curry and Orange Rice hits the high notes for being delicious and cancer-preventive.

Tilapia is a low-calorie, inexpensive and delicate white fish with a mild taste. To dress it up a bit, we bake it with curry powder, a spice containing yellow turmeric found in studies to help prevent inflammation, plus sweet fresh orange slices that are rich in vitamin C.

Meanwhile, the high-fiber brown rice is cooked with orange juice then mixed with scallions and crunchy toasted almonds. This yummy fish dish only needs a vegetable or two, like steamed broccoli and carrots, to give you plenty of cancer protection.

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2 comments on “Tantalizing Tilapia

  1. Voce on

    This was good. It’s the kind of easy homecooked meal that is every bit as flavorful as a restaurant meal. And way cheaper! I used to be one of those who “didn’t know how to cook fish at home” but not any more! LOVE the way y’all have us trying new spice/flavor combinations that I wouldn’t think of on my own.

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  2. Voce on

    This was good. It’s the kind of easy homecooked meal that is every bit as flavorful as a restaurant meal. And way cheaper! I used to be one of those who “didn’t know how to cook fish at home” but not any more! LOVE the way y’all have us trying new spice/flavor combinations that I wouldn’t think of on my own.

    Reply

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