But FIRST! A taste of spring. To show how quickly it can get here…
Our Japanese magnolia at 10 am on March 11th.
Same branch at 4 pm that day…
Pretty amazing, huh?!
And now that fish dish. We sort of based it on the Hellman's chicken recipe I shared here.
Cheesy Dill Tilapia
Created by Missy Tippens and Daughter
I decided to roast vegetables at the same time I was cooking the fish. I coated with olive oil and sprinkled with seasoning salt.
So I placed the baking sheet with fish on the lower rack. Baked at 350 for about 5-7 minutes (depending on thickness of fish).
While it was baking, I stirred together about 2 tablespoons softened butter, 1/4 cup mayo, 1/4 cup grated parmesan and a teaspoon or two of dried dill. Fresh dill would be fantastic.
Remove the pan of fish from the oven. Since the fish was so near the bottom of the oven, I flipped it over, and spread the butter/cheese/mayo evenly on the fillets of fish.
Bake another 5-7 minutes until fish is translucent. I took out the pan of vegetables. Then for one more minute or so, I turned the oven to the "Broil" setting to it could get a nice golden top.
And here it is! Looks delicious.
And believe me, it was! The cheesy parts that melted off and browned on the pan were the best!
A quick, easy dinner! And mostly healthy. :)