Lemon Pepper Tilapia + Shrimp Fried Rice

Forget takeout when you can make it at home! Hot Spring lazy days makes it the perfect season to eat fresh and spend more time outside than inside. This simple Asian inspired recipe keeps you full so you can go outside and conquer your day. Plus it makes for great leftovers 😉img_2169 Ingredients:img_2158

Directions:
Start by boiling rice. cook the rice plain and alone. If you have plain cold rice it’s even better, don’t worry it will still turn out delicious!

Place your Tilapia in a baking pan. cut lemon wheels to place on top of the fish for fresh lemon infusion and pepper to offset the citrus. This fish is very light so try not to over season it. Place in the oven on 350* to bake uncovered.

In a wok pan place finely chopped green onions and peeled shrimp cut into fourths with olive oil to cook. Shrimp is cut small so they can be bite sized in your rice.

Stir the shrimp around so that it is cooking with the onion on medium heat. Don’t let them cook fully, we’re not done yet.

Add in your mixed vegetables and allow those to warm up and mix too.

Add in your plain cooked white rice to the wok, before you mix add soy sauce, sesame seeds and a small amount of butter. Now get to mixin’!

Rice is done! img_2164

In a small saucepan you will put minced garlic, your uncooked edamame and water to boil, covered to steam. 5min.

Now its time to plate your meal! Everything smells so fresh, Im so excited!

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Sheridan

Bilingual foodie who finds life in creating dishes from all over the world. Food doesn't have to be expensive to be delicious!

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