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Hudson’s Baked Tilapia with Dill Sauce

In this video, you’ll see how to make simple baked tilapia with a creamy dill sauce. The fish filets are prepared with Cajun seasonings and topped with slices of lemon, and the creamy sauce is made with mayonnaise, sour cream, fresh dill, and lemon juice. So quick-and-easy, this impressive, flavorful, and healthy meal is ready in about 30 minutes! Watch the video, then get KHUDSON3’s top-rated recipe for Hudson’s Baked Tilapia with Dill Sauce. You can also use the dill sauce with grilled shrimp or scallops!

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  • mama hollis

this video had 3o seconds of info..come on guys

  • Lynn

I've been making this sauce for years, minus the garlic powder. For a lower-fat alternative, substitute Greek yogurt for the sour cream -- low fat or even fat free. I also like to add extra dill, and occasionally some capers too. I usually make it with a better fish though, like salmon. Still looking for a recipe that disguises the 'flavor' of tilapia...

  • Outlawchef

I used a better fish 4 this recipe ! Like redfish or snapper, and no need for salt or pepper ,as cajun seasoning is 30 % salt & 20% Peppers ..unless u just like Salt.. Try a bit of fresh or prepared horseradish in the Dill sauce .. PS u can easly use dry dill too