Broiled Greek Fish Fillets

Hook Into Summer Flavor and Fun

You'll want to try Jennifer Maslowski’s tangy, fast-to-fix Broiled Greek Fish Fillets. Seasoned with dill, olives, red onion, feta cheese and a splash of lime, they satisfy friends and family in New York, New York with light, lively Mediterranean flair.

To complement the fish, serve savory Mushroom Rice, a side-dish specialty of Beth McCaw in Nashville, Tennessee. Crunchy celery, pecans and Greek seasoning make this quick dish something extra-special.

APPEALING PARTNERS

  • Roasted broccoli spears
  • Lemonade

PRACTICAL TIPS

  • Substitute any other white-fleshed fish, such as sole, flounder or orange roughy, for the tilapia in the entree.
  • Tilapia is one of the safest fish for consumption. Not only does it provide heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids, but it also has one of the lowest reported levels of mercury.
  • Buy chopped onion and presliced mushrooms from your grocery store’s produce section to speed assembly of the rice.