Monday, February 18, 2013

Meal Idea+Recipe: Peppered Tilapia Fillets

We always want to read and to know about sex and people's thoughts, it's just that we're bound to social norms, values, and religion.  I saw a lot of you enjoyed my post on "Carnal Temptation" from the page view statistics. It doesn't tell you who's looking,  it just says how many views posts receive and what country they're coming from. I didn't think I'd get so many +1s from India on the community bulletins shares, I thought you guys would just call me a whore, if you did it's okay I know you will be back for more juice, lol.  I'll keep those vulgar posts coming when I can. I feel a little relieved and exhilarated to finally let myself speak out to the world. I've shared my blog for the 1st time only last month, and I've got about a 1,000 views already. Keep 'em coming! Share if you care, as you can see I'm not the typical mom blog. I've got nothing to lose at this point. Tonight however, I wanted to share a recipe: Peppered Tilapia Fillets.

My friend told me about this basic seasoning on Tilapia Fillets. Tilapia is a flavorful fish and you can do the simplest things to it and it will taste wonderful. I like adding a few of my own things at different times when I make stuff. I like versatility. If everything is always the same it gets boring, and you don't know what can be improved. I can't stand doing the same thing over and over, it drives me insane. I'm forced into a routine because the kids need it, but it feels like the same ole' shit everyday. I miss being spontaneous, so I do it with cooking. Everyday I have no idea what the fuck I'm gonna make for dinner until about 3pm, lol but don't tell my husband that. That's just between me and you cause I doubt he'll read any recipe posts. He gets home at 5:15-5:30 pm, and when he comes in, it's as though I had it all figured out since this morning hehe.

Peppered Tilapia Fillets


8 Tilapia Fillets
1/2 tsp black pepper
1 tsp cayenne pepper
1 tsp chilli pepper
Adobo seasoning salt sprinkled.
1/2 fresh lemon squeezed (optional or save to sprinkle on top of food)
oil (I love coconut oil, did I mention that before?!)
parsley sprinkled

You can always swap out some of the pepper and add "Mccormicks Garlic and Herb" my husband likes that seasoning sooo much, he might be a little obsessed with it, haha. (Every dish he makes he OD's with that seasoning.)


  1. Defrost and wash fish. 
  2. Add all your ingredients. Set aside for 15 mins, or you could skip this, it's not that crucial. 
  3. Add a tablespoon of coconut oil to skillet. Add fillets, and cook on medium-high heat until they're browned but not too much, it can't be turned on the other side too quickly before they fall apart. 

Sweet potatoes is the easiest superfood to add to a lot of your meals. I admit I'm obsessed with it. It's the first thing I run to when I need an extra side. What can I say other than I love my carbs? Pasta is a great with these fillets as well. 

Cultivation to the mind is as necessary as food to the body.
 -Marcus Tullius Cicero 

Hasta MaƱana...