Ingredients for Tilapia

2 tilapia fillets

Half piece yellow onion or red onion

Sprinkle the complete seasoning sazon and Sa-Son Accent original

½ ripe tomatoes

Half scallion cut in piece

Fresh dry tithes as much as you want to

½ cup distilled vinegar to wash tilapia


Breadcrumbs for Tilapia

½ cup of Japanese style Panko Bread crumbs plain

¼ cup of flour

1 tablespoon grated parmesan cheese

¼ cup egg whites or two eggs

1 teaspoon complete seasoning sazon

1 can of olive oil spray

  • Defrost the tilapia fillet
  • Put distilled vinegar in a bowl with tilapia to soak with cold water for 1-2 minutes
  • Rise the tilapia with cold water
  • Add the onion, tomatoes and scallions in the bowl with the tilapia. Sprinkle the complete seasoning sazon and sprinkle of Sa-Son accent original directly on the tilapia and dry tithes. Turn over the tilapia Sprinkle more the complete seasoning sazon and Sa-Son Accent original. Use a spoon to mix up the up seasoning on the tilapia.
  • Get three bowls , one for egg whites, flour and other bowel (combine bread crumbs, grated parmesan cheese and 1 teaspoon complete seasoning sazon)
  • Dip the tilapia in the flour first then egg white and bread crumb. Make sure both side of the tilapia is cover with bread crumbs mixture.
  • Repeat the steps until finished.
  • Bake the tilapia at 425 degrees for 20 minutes.
  • Air fryer, lightly spray with olive oil and set temperature to 400 degrees for 5 minutes. After 5 minutes, turn the fish over and lightly spray olive oil. Set temperature again to 5 minutes.
  • Serve the tilapia with your favorite sauce, veggies and rice. ENJOY!!


P.S I have made tilapia with and without bread crumbs in the air fryer and either way, it’s delicious.















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