Tilapia with Sweet Peppers

The pepper mixture, a simple version of a Basque piperade, can be made a few days ahead and reheated. It is equally good with halibut, flounder, sole, fish in the cod family or just about any other mild white-fleshed fish.
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Review 1 for Tilapia with Sweet Peppers
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KristenWS
February 28, 2014
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So good!!!!
February 28, 2014
I found this recipe when I searched online for something involving tilapia and red peppers, two ingredients I had handy.
It was easy to make, used common ingredients, and tasted so good. I even ate all the peppers and I don't usually like them.
We will definitely make this again :)
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Review 2 for Tilapia with Sweet Peppers
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Shera
Palmdale, CA.
December 2, 2010
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Perfect for a Quick Weeknight Meal!
December 2, 2010
This recipe is fast, easy and delicious! My family, who are not a fish fans, loved it and even had seconds. There were no leftovers. I love sweet peppers so this was a great fit for our family. It is so pretty too that it would make a wonderful fast company dinner. I do wish that they gave the nutritional information for the recipe - then it would be perfect.