Now, that doesn't sound like a fun title, but it was tasty that's for sure.
And as I was eating I realized my camera was still downstairs so no pictures again today. Sorry! Maybe someday I will actually remember the camera!
This meal was light, fast, and doesn't require a lot of thinking. Which is good, because my brain was about dead from reading research journals and articles all day looking for sources for a paper due at the end of the month. I found everything I need though I have to go back through them and actually pick out the information I want to include in the paper.
I just keep telling myself that the semester is almost over...
But finally, here is the food.
Cajun Tilapia with Dill Sauce
-Cajun seasoning to taste (I actually used some of Emeril's Essence)
-1 Lemon thinly sliced
-1/4 C mayonnaise
-1/2 C sour cream
-1/4 tsp garlic powder
-1 tbl lemon juice
-fresh dill to taste
1) Preheat oven to 350 and spray a baking dish with nonstick spray.
2) Season the tilapia with the cajun seasoning. Place the fillets in the pan and place the lemon slices on top. (Mine were the perfect size to have 2 slices per fillet)
3)Bake uncovered for 15-20 minutes or until fish flakes easily with a fork.
4) While the fish is baking, mix the mayo, sour cream, garlic powder, lemon juice, and dill in a small bowl. Serve with the fish.
Sauteed Green Beans
-2 tbl butter
-1/2 lb fresh green beans, trimmed
-1/2 a medium onion, diced
-3 cloves minced garlic
1) Melt 1 tbl butter over medium heat. Add onions and garlic and saute until translucent and soft.
2) Melt the other 1 tbl butter in the pan. Add the green beans.
3) Cook, covered, until the beans are tender crisp, about 10 minutes.