Asian Inspired Tilapia

GUYS! Guess who’s back in the kitchen.

Hey fam!

So if you guys follow me on social media you know that I have been super uninspired to cook and actually shoot. I think I’ve been making the same thing on rotation for the past month. Mince stew, chicken curry and fish curry. It’s been the same food in rotation, the other day, I literally had an egg salad wrap which was amazing. I should share that actually the dressing I used was to die for!

OK so I started watching this show Pika Na Power. In case you are wondering this is a cooking show sponsored by KPLC to teach people how they can be able to use power in their kitchen more efficiently while making the yummiest meals. I would also like to call out the fact that this is a sponsored post for any of you guys out there who may be wondering. I want to be as authentic with my voice however when a few coins have been sent my way as an appreciation for my content I will always tell you guys.

So as I was saying watching the show has inspired me to get back in the kitchen and make some wholesome meals. I’m at that time in the year where I have realize that new years in just a few months away and booboo I need to look cute lol. I have some plans I will be sharing with you guys in due time for now lets make some fish!

The best thing about this recipe is how simple and nutritious it is. I love tilapia because it is a fish that can actually stand up to a marinade such as this. I know some of you would suggest that I use honey instead of sugar but honestly at the time I used what I had in front of me and it worked.

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Once you mix together your ingredients its quite simple marinate for ten to thirty minutes. I love the sweet and spicy aspect of the marinade which really gave it such a kick. Tilapia is so easy to cook so this took me not less than thirty minutes to prepare. The veggies I put together were really simple and I really enjoyed how crunch they were. Asian inspired fish recipe-jaytakeapic-foodblogger-how to make tilapia-cooking at home

Asian inspired fish recipe-jaytakeapic-foodblogger-how to make tilapia-cooking at home

I pan fried the fish, on mid to high heat but because of the fact that you are working with sugar or honey you have to be careful because it could burn so just keep watching it.

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How simple is this recipe fam? You have the absolute most delicious meal and so healthy in minutes. Do you guys have any healthy recipes you would like me to try out? Beach bodies this December lol lets do it!

Lots of love fam.

Jay.

 

 

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