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Old 09-20-2005, 11:29 AM   #1
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Okay, I got this mago salsa mix and some tilapia. I want to combine the 2, but I don't know how to cook the fish. I was thinking broiling, but what would you season it with? Help!
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I broiled some tilapia for the first time this past weekend. However, I did not have mango salsa. I just sprayed mine w/ some ICBINB and sprinkled w/ some Tony Chachere's Creole Seasoning, broiled and then put a little lemon juice on it before I ate it. W/ the salsa, I would just use the ICBINB and maybe a little bit of salt & pepper. But then, I'm not a "bold" cook!
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I would spray or put some olive oil in the pan, use some lemon juice and a little seasoning salt and pepper. should be wonderful, but most of the floavor will come from your salsa! yummy!
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Great ideas! Thanks! I'm definately looking forward to dinner!
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